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Delores Will Start Throwing $25 Weekly Polish Feasts

Plus, a new NE Killingsworth brunch

Pierogi at Delores
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Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland.

After Portland came home empty-handed from the James Beard Awards, the food community remained relatively quiet this week — however, the major story of the week is likely Cider Riot’s lawsuit against right-wing extremist group Patriot Prayer. Still, there are a few menu switch-ups, brunches, and some behind-the-scenes ice cream gossip to catch before the weekend starts:

POLISH MONDAYS — Starting May 20, contemporary Polish restaurant Delores will begin hosting $25 traditional Polish dinners every Monday night. Inspired by meals at his grandmother’s house, these dinners will include potato-cheese pierogis with sour cream and bacon, pork and beef cabbage rolls, house-made sausages, and paczki, Polish-style doughnuts. As for drinks, all bottles of wine will also be half-off. Take a look at the full menu. [EaterWire]

TRIX — Jinx, the new family-friendly spot on NE Killingsworth, has begun serving brunch, complete with lingonberry-jam-topped Swedish crepes, chicken-fried steaks, and blueberry-bacon pancakes. The menu also includes several brunch cocktails, including a CBD mimosa, an (apparently controversial) Aperol spritz, and the “Bloody Gary” — basically a michelada made with PBR. Peruse the brunch menu before you go. [EaterWire]

ICE CREAM CHURN — It turns out the organizer of the all-you-can-eat ice cream festival has a surprising past that doesn’t involve ice cream. Craig Marquardo was convicted of election fraud in 2006 after running for office in Hood River; Marquado falsely claimed that he was senior vice president of distribution for Warner Bros. while running, and listed this on his campaign filing form. [The Oregonian]


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