The door of the Woodsman Tavern reads: “Opened 2011.
Author: Andrea Damewood
Sunshine Noodles is Barely 2 Months Old but Already Delighting With Creative Dishes
In an era when every facet of consumption feels like it’s been engineered in a lab for maximum marketability, Sunshine Noodles comes off as the exact opposite—and effortlessly cool.
Deadshot Hosts Christmas Cocktail Pop-up Miracle Until the End of the Year
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: A time when I think getting drunk off booze with egg and dairy is somehow a good choice.
Five Portland Dining Experiences Perfect for a Big Group of Family or Friends
During the worst of lockdown, my decadent, extroverted heart pined for the chance to sit at a restaurant with eight friends, order a mess of food and tear at it with hands and forks, all while drinking with heart and abandon.
Portland Italian Dining Restaurants for When You’re Rewatching “Sopranos”
Earlier this summer, a good friend and I embarked for the first time on the epic journey that is The Sopranos, launching into a world of Tony, Paulie Walnuts, bada-bings, unethical therapy and bullets shot into the backs of so many heads.
Sunshine Noodles Will Open a Permanent Location in Slabtown
When Chef Diana Lam’s Sunshine Noodles pop-up opened in July 2020, those early uncertain days of the pandemic, her Cambodian bowls were a beam of brightness while we hunkered down, curtains drawn.
Brasa Haya Picks Up the Tapas Torch
Restaurant writing is all about hunger, but damn if I wasn’t thirsty for a new fine(r) dining restaurant.
Filipino Cart Baon Kainan Isn’t Auntie Authentic, but Hits All the Right Comfort Notes
When they opened, Ethan and Geri Leung branded their new cart “Not your tita’s cooking”.