This is the first of several City Guide posts. I spent 4 years in Portland, OR and feel that I might be able to provide prospective visitors (such as yourself) with a rockin’ itinerary for a fan-freakin-tastic town!
Does this look like a pile of troll entrails? Maybe.
But it is my pleasure to share with you the strangest thing I have eaten: Squid Ink Pasta with roasted red peppers, and hazelnuts, garnished with a raw (yes, raw) egg. Thanks Toro Bravo of Portland, OR for the spectacular meal.
Tamales, pizza, baileys? Check, check, check. You don’t have to be a hobbit to partake in 2nd dinner!
I am a lucky lady.
Mom called me last week to tell me that she had a free weekend (or made her weekend free) and was coming to visit me! J and Grammy were able to fit in a girls’ weekend as well. Now that’s a party! 3 generations of related ladies! Needless to say, we had some adventures.
In an effort to continue gaining weight, following Grammy’s birthday dinner we rolled on down Alberta St. to Salt & Straw.
A.K.A. Some of the BEST ice cream I have ever had.
I know I have blogged about La Petite Provence before, but it seems that EVERY TIME I go there is a new reason to report back to you fine folks.
Food, drinks, and an accordion player???
There is almost nothing I love better than a good ol’ farmer’s market.
I am a fan of posh. And it doesn’t get much classier in Portland, OR than Portland City Grill.
Ever since I stumbled upon this blessed establishment 3 years ago, Kornblatt’s has easily become one of my favorite spots in Portland, OR. This is why:
Working night shift can often make you feel like the following: zombie, vampire, troll, walking-dead, character from a Shakespearean tragedy….you get the picture. However, every so often this happens at about 0615:
|No, that is not the Lonely Mountain, that would be Mt. Hood|