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Migration Brewing Will Turn Its Seasonal Rooftop Taproom Into a Permanent Location

Plus, Shake Shack opens Friday in Beaverton

Tables and chairs sit out on a patio with a view of Portland
The Rooftop at Canvas, Migration Brewing’s newest taproom. The rooftop taproom started as a pop-up in 2020, but will become permanent, according to New School Beer
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Migration’s Rooftop Beer Garden Reopens

Now that the weather is staying consistently nice in Portland (for now), Migration has reopened its rooftop taproom at the Canvas building downtown. What started as a pop-up taproom in 2020 will become a permanent Migration location, with limited seating on the 9th floor. The menu offers a few snacks — think: cheese boards and pinwheels — as well as a tight selection of beers in cans and on-tap. The beers available are definitely warm-weather friendly, ranging from pilsners to hazy IPAs. The taproom is generally walk-ins only, but parties of six can make reservations by emailing [NSB]

Shake Shack Opens Friday in Beaverton

Shake Shack finally opens its first Oregon location today, April 16, with an assortment of fried chicken sandwiches, burgers, and crinkle-cut fries. The chain will open a second location in Portland proper next year, but for now, people can visit the shop for shakes and sandwiches. People can order ahead by downloading the Shack App; otherwise, the shop is located at 2597 SW Cedar Hills Blvd in Beaverton. Read more about it here. [EaterWire]]

A Vietnamese Cafe Selling Banh Mi and Ube Lattes Opens This Weekend

Vietnamese cafe Portland Cà Phê both opens its doors for limited hours Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18, before opening with its full menu and hours on April 23. On April 23, the Instagram sensation Hey Chaudy will offer free patê sô, alongside a free cà phê sữa đá — Vietnamese iced coffee — to the first 20 customers. The rest can buy those patê sô for $5. Learn more about Portland Cà Phê here. [EaterWire]

In Other News...

• The Oregonian came out with a ranked list of the best boba shops, naming 5 Flavor Cafe the top performer. [O]
• The Portland Business Journal got its hands on a draft of the application for Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants. Here’s what they found. [PBJ]
• In more beer news, Crosby Hop Farm’s seasonal taproom, TopWire, reopens April 30. [WWeek]

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