Restaurants and Bars

The first game of the new NFL season for our local heroes is Sunday, September 11. It’s looking like a stellar year, and while watching at home is fine, watching with a group of fellow fans while sipping a good drink out is pretty darn fun, too.

A hot, juicy hamburger is as classic—and American—as apple pie, yet it straddles several current food trends, including the rise of comfort food and the desire for a fast, affordable meal that is made with integrity—a game we’re always upping in S

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock these past five years, you’ve likely heard of Feast: Portland’s massive

From special drinks to big booze contests to cider-ific anniversaries and events, local bars, distillers, and cideries are making the end of summer a wonderful place for those who, like me, love our local producers.

Poke bars are popping up everywhere, but it was still surprising to find the ultimate bowl of the traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad inside a Wallingford convenience store (former home of The Erotic Bakery)

Hey, craft beer fans. Exciting news. Populuxe Brewing has announced plans to move into a new, larger space next door to their current space at 826 NW 48th Street in Ballard next March or April.

In early June, Corvus & Co. opened on the eastern stretch of Broadway on Capitol Hill and, after a few name changes, has spread its wings throughout the summer months.

Portland’s Salt & Straw is one of the country’s most cult-favorite, chef-driven ice cream shops.

Summer crayfish parties are a great Scandinavian tradition and this Friday, August 19, the Old Ballard Liquor Company and companion restaurant

Beer guru Kendall Jones' infographic guide to pairing your burger and brew.