Tag Archive: pdx

Portland: Beaker & Flask

  After two days in Seattle (and 13 bars), I drove down with Noelle to Portland for Portland Cocktail Week. After settling into the Jupiter, my home for the next four days, I… Continue reading

DTLA: Bar | Kitchen

Before we started our blogs, the Vixen and I were just a couple of girls who liked to do happy hour in Downtown Los Angeles. We meet up for giggly boozy foodie good… Continue reading

PDX: Le Pigeon

On our last night in Portland, we wanted to go to a really iconic PDX restaurant. Le Pigeon kept coming up in conversation and we decided to go for it. I hadn’t looked… Continue reading

PDX: Ping

  Before I left for Portland, everyone told me I should go to Pok Pok. Then I found out about Ping, their sister restaurant in Chinatown. Then I found out they owned Whiskey… Continue reading

PDX: Park Kitchen

I only made one reservation for a restaurant in Portland. I chose Park Kitchen. Carina asked me how did I come up with this particular restaurant. Considering we had over 50 things we… Continue reading

Craft Cocktails in PDX

There has been a cocktail renaissance spreading through the country. Two years ago when I was in Portland for the first time, I found it fascinating a bar would make its own tonic.… Continue reading

PDX: Sushiville

Wandering around NW 23rd, we debated our options for lunch and decided to try Sushiville which has some pretty good reviews. Then I realized our mistake. I didn’t really want sushi and I… Continue reading

Fast Casual PDX

While wandering around NW 23rd (“trendy-third”), we stumbled upon Two Tarts Bakery. After a meh sushi lunch, I wanted something to cleanse my palate. I chose the mint brownie and honey sesame macaron.… Continue reading

PDX: Tale of Two Happy Hours

On our first day in Portland last week, we headed over to Deschutes Brewery after meandering through Powell’s Books. I was trying to be very Portland-y and not use an umbrella even though… Continue reading

Bacon Donut vs Bacon Doughnut

During my Mac and Cheese crawl a few weeks ago, I couldn’t resist ordering the bacon donut from Nickle Diner. I hadn’t had it before (despite being in DTLA and having seen them… Continue reading