Over the past several days, I’ve noticed some activity in the space that used to be home to Pono Soul Farm Kitchen (4118 Sandy Blvd). As you can see, the windows are papered over (that usually means something new is coming); myriad people have been coming and going; also, there was a little box on the side of the building parallel to Sandy Blvd (it used to hold Pono Soul Farm Kitchen’s menu for the day) that contained an ad for the space, and that ad is also gone.
While walking in the neighborhood, I spied this poster up at the Hollywood Sizzle Pie.
Yes, the Santa Slice is making a return. From what I could tell from online media, they did this in 2015 and it caused a lot of buzz. As you can see in the photo, the Santa Slice is an 18-inch slice—basically the size of a whole pizza. Continue reading “Santa Slice at Sizzle Pie Is Back”
I wanted to post one of these for October but time just got away from me then, so I’m happy to share these great posts from fellow PDX area bloggers from November 2017. Thanks for all you do!
How to Host the Ultimate Wine Pairing Party
Urban Bliss Life
Marlynn gives a great primer on what kinds of wines work best for parties and how to pair them with food. I certainly learned something! Continue reading “This Is Good: Food Blog Posts of Note, November 2017”
Welcome back to our monthly roundup of the most read stories on Bridgetown Bites. I must thank Michael Russell of The Oregonian for linking to my post about Chin’s Kitchen from their article, Chin’s Kitchen closes temporarily after surge in business. A lot of folks came by as a result.
So without further ado, here are the top 5 posts on Bridgetown Bites from November 2017. As always, thanks for reading!
Each day for the past couple of weeks, I’ve walked into my local Trader Joe’s on the way home from the gym, hoping to see the arrival of one of their most delicious products, Cranberry Fest cold pressed juice. I’m happy—no, thrilled—to say: it’s back! Continue reading “Top 5 Posts On Bridgetown Bites, November 2017”
The Portland Night Market is back!
Each week we will bring you a roundup of public food events in the Portland metro area. It’s not every single event that’s going on, but the ones in particular that catch our eye. Want to submit an event? Fill out this form. Listings curated by Meg Cotner.
Holiday Ale Festival
Until December 3, 2017; 11am-9:30pm (except Sunday, December 3 at 11am-5pm)
Pioneer Courthouse Square
50+ “potent winter ales” and food consume all of Pioneer Courthouse Square under a big tent. Tickets include a souvenir glass and 12 beer tickets for $35—cash only—at the door. 21+. More information. Continue reading “Portland Area Food Events, November 30-December 7”