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Oregon City Brewing Is Planning a Sprawling Taproom and Food Hall in Canby

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Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland.

Oregon City Brewing Will Open a New Location in Canby

Oregon City Brewing is opening a massive new taproom in the former Canby Public Library. The Canby Beer Library, as it’ll be called, will offer more than 40 beers, with a barrel-aging program, new ciders, a rooftop patio, and a food hall filled with micro-restaurants. Oregon City Brewing was recently listed among the country’s top ten breweries, according to the U.S. Open Beer Championship. [NSB]

Caspian Kabob Will Open a Restaurant in Beaverton

The former food cart Caspian Kabob closed in 2019, but it was never meant to be forever; Caspian Kabob owners Victor and Tracy Darchini intended to open a restaurant in the future. Soon, they will: the two are currently working on opening a new Persian restaurant in Beaverton, with dishes like sabzi gormeh, saffron rice, and — of course — kebab. The restaurant should open sometime this winter. [O]

A Popular Portland Restaurant Distributor Now Has a Shop Open to the Public

Classic Foods, a longtime Portland restaurant distributor, just opened its own market in Northeast Portland. Classic Foods makes proprietary spice blends for brands like McMenamins and sausages for places like New Seasons, and now, at its outlet store, Portlanders can buy its fresh pastas, heat-and-serve meals, pantry basics, and specialty cheeses. The shop is located at 817 NE Madrona Street. [WWeek]

In Other News...

Portland Monthly released its list of best new food carts, including spots like Baon Kainan, Erica’s Soul Food, and Mitate. [PoMo]
• Members of the Portland food community are fundraising for two former Portland restaurateurs living through a health crisis and a major financial and personal loss. [PFD]
Assemblage, a Willamette Valley-based nonprofit tackling inequity within the wine industry, released a statement condemning the Newberg school board for a policy, approved by a school board vote, that would ban Black Lives Matter signs and Pride flags in schools. [EaterWire]