Almost exactly one year after Vitaly Paley’s downtown pizzeria, The Crown, switched off its ovens due to the pandemic, the ground floor of Hotel Lucia will once again have a restaurant slinging disks of baked dough.
An Old Town-Chinatown lot that long sat empty, on the corner of West Burnside Street and Northwest 4th Avenue, will get a festive new occupant this holiday season: a Christmas tree vendor.
It might come as a surprise that there are still restaurants that managed to open during the pandemic where not a single customer has ever taken a seat indoors.
Salt & Straw is continuing its statewide ice cream conquest with the announcement that it is opening two new stores, including the chain’s first outside of the Portland metro area.
After months of renovation, Ecliptic Brewing has finally set a date to open its first spinoff, the Moon Room.
An up-and-coming cloud kitchen is now doing dine-in service as
Costumes and candy may be the predominate methods of celebration this holiday weekend, but
One of the state’s most popular beer festivals is hitting the pause button for the second year in a row, citing concerns about hosting shoulder-to-shoulder crowds during the pandemic.
If there’s a naked patch of pavement within a 30-mile radius of downtown Portland, you better believe the food carts will find it.
After months of renovations, retro-themed