Last month I wrote about the wonderful pasta we had at Grand Army Tavern and in there was the news about a new restaurant they are putting in the front of the space, serving up Italian pasta dishes made with their wonderful housemade pastas. The Oregonian confirms the news and expands on it with some exciting details, including the name: Campana. Continue reading “Grand Army Tavern’s New Italian Restaurant is Campana”
I realized I forgot to include the burrata caprese in my Grand Army Tavern post yesterday, which is an unfortunate omission, hence its own little post. I wasn’t expecting it to come on crusty bread but after tasting it I didn’t mind. Loved the heirloom tomatoes and that plump ball of burrata cheese. A great way to start the meal.
Summer on a plate.
Grand Army Tavern
901 NE Oneonta Street
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Not only are the pastas fantastic, Grand Army Tavern also has a menu of excellent no-proof cocktails—behold the Strawberry Fields.
The other night I had a meal at a place I’d been wanting to go for many months: Grand Army Tavern in the Woodlawn neighborhood in Northeast Portland. Despite my #westcoastbestcoast motto, I do love connecting with things NYC out here, and that includes the owners of Grand Central Tavern, as well as my dining companions for the evening, Teri of @teristravels and her husband, both Queens natives; my boyfriend was a long-time Queens resident. I’m so glad Teri invited us to Pasta Night, and there is no doubt that I’ll be returning for their beautiful, lovingly-made pastas. Continue reading “Don’t Miss Pasta Night at Grand Army Tavern”