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Zoiglhaus Brewing Company Transforms Into a Full-Blown Food and Beverage Hub

Plus, a new Filipino supper club is coming to Mestizo, and more news

Zoiglhaus Brewing Co. Opens in Lents, Menu Revealed
The sign at Zoiglhaus Brewing Company. Zoiglhaus has expanded into the Zed, a building that also houses a small cocktail bar, food hall, and farmers market.
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Southeast Portland brewery Zoiglhaus is leveling up. The brewery, known for its German-style beers and food, has been slowly expanding its offerings and building out a hub they’re calling The Zed, which will include a food hall, cocktail bar, farmers market, and brewery. The lineup at the Zed’s food hall is currently limited to Sherpa Kitchen, which slings its momos in the space; the team at Zoiglhaus is in talks with other potential vendors, including Hawaiian and barbecue businesses. The cocktail bar, called the Zephyr Lounge, is serving drinks like a chai-infused vodka cocktail with almond milk and Kahlua, as well as other highballs, shaken cocktails, and pint drinks. Finally, the Lents farmers market will start to set up in the Zed in the rainy months.

Those nervous about the fate of Zoiglhaus as a brewpub shouldn’t worry: The brewery will still serve and brew beer, as well as its popular German fare like knockwurst and with house-made sauerkraut. The Zed is located at 5716 SE 92nd Avenue. [NSB]

Filipino Pop-Up Tikim Is Coming to Southeast Portland

Portland food influencer Nori De Vega (@nomnom_nori) is launching a pop-up series with Tricia San Mateo and Jane Barmore celebrating Filipino cuisine and culture, from morning meals to after-dinner dessert. Tikim consists of a five-course prix fixe and beverage, featuring dishes like Filipino spaghetti and the rice-and-coconut dessert bilo bilo. Tickets to the first event, which will take place on October 17 at Mestizo, sold out within the hour of their release, but the pop-up plans to come back for events surrounding Filipino holidays. Follow the pop-up here. [PoMo]

With Warm Welcome Is Creating an A-Team Pastry Box from Portland’s Top Asian American Bakers

Each month, With Warm Welcome — a food advocacy group that celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander chefs and restaurateurs — visits a new city and compiles pastries from some of that city’s most talented AAPI bakers and chefs for a “baker’s box.” The upcoming Portland box includes pastries from a wide variety of businesses: restaurant chefs like Thuy Pham (Mama Dut) and Vince Nguyen (Berlu), pop-up chefs like Alexandria Guevarra (Allie G’s) and Ada Chavez (Kumare), and bakers with their own shops like Jin Caldwell and Kyurim Lee (Jinju Patisserie). Tickets will go on pre-sale through Tock this coming Sunday; keep an eye out on Instagram for the ticket drop. [EaterWire]

Fills Hasn’t Totally Returned to Portland Proper, But It Will Pop- Once a Week

Buzzy Berliner shop Fills has yet to reopen in Portland proper since it temporarily shuttered to open the Lake Oswego location, but it will start popping up once a week in the former Bakery at Bar King space on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Starting October 17, Portlanders will be able to order $20 boxes of doughnuts, with pre-order available via the website starting on Tuesdays. The pop-up is located at 726 SE 6th Avenue. [WWeek]

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