Good News: Reo’s Ribs Will Return

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Reo’s Ribs—all boarded up but will open eventually.

This week I read an update on Reo’s Ribs by the Hollywood Star. They report that “plans are underway” to restore the building that was home to the most aromatic restaurant in the neighborhood. I miss the smell of barbecue as I walk by, and I feel bad that the building burned and forced Reo to temporarily stop operations this past May. So I’m heartened by the news that he’ll be back and that progress on repairing the building is going well. Continue reading “Good News: Reo’s Ribs Will Return”

Portland Area Events, September 28-October 5

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Drink tequila for a good cause this week.

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.

Welcome Back Party!
Thursday, September 28, 2017, 4-7pm
Rogue Ales & Spirits (Rogue Hall), 1717 SW Park Avenue, Portland

Rogue’s Annual Welcome Back Party is back, and to celebrate you can enjoy $2 ice cold cans from their Patio Hot Tub; cans of 6 Hop IPA, Dead Guy, Cold Brew IPA or Hot Tub Scholarship Lager. Happy Hour menu will be extended through 7pm. Music by Mars Retrieval Unit. More information. Continue reading “Portland Area Events, September 28-October 5”

Support Black Owned Restaurants Week Starts August 21

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I know there’s a lot of difficult stuff going on in the world right now, so I’m going to tell you about something that I hope will inspire you and put a smile on your face. Monday, August 21 to Sunday, August 27 is Support Black Owned Restaurants Week here in Portland. The point of this restaurant week is pretty straightforward—support and eat at black owned businesses. And the restaurant week’s organizers have put together some excellent tools to help you decide where to find some seriously good eats in town. Continue reading “Support Black Owned Restaurants Week Starts August 21”