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Dana McMahan sees if some distiller's essential knowledge could be instilled in her.
Owner Karter Louis is reviving his well-loved brand Hillbilly Tea after closing the doors to all other outposts last year.
Susan Hershberg and respected chef Coby Ming are tapping into a growing movement among museums to offer chef-driven fare in a setting that reflects their surroundings. From the china to the composition of the plates, it's about “visual stimulation and inspiration,” Hershberg says.
Feast BBQ founder Ryan Rogers is bringing Kentucky pressure fried chicken and Nashville-style hot chicken – and soon champagne and chicken – to NuLu at his newest restaurant, Royals Hot Chicken
Larry Rice and a team from the Silver Dollar and El Camino are opening a neighborhood bar in the former Pauly's Schnitzelburg Pub at 1151 Goss Ave. It's “the kind of bar I want to go to when I want to relax,” Rice says.
The Table, a lunch cafe serving farm-to-table fare with a “pay what you can” model, will open in November at 1800 Portland Ave.
The curiosity of everyone who's been wondering about the brewery and restaurant underway in the old Zeppelin at 1036 Burnett Ave. in Schnitzelburg is about to be satisfied.
Dish | America. The Diner. to open next week
Lengyel, who came to the United States from Hungary in 1988, says his concept — a Hungarian restaurant called Gypsy — has been 10 years in the making, ever since he rediscovered his home cuisine.
Dish | MozzaPi owner launches community bakery
"I'm not here to train master chefs; I'm here to take these bright young kids and put them in a place where they can shine and be able to control more of their own destiny."
Frog legs are available at ValuMarket in Mid City Mall. If you want to substitute another protein, "Give it a shot," Schubert says, "but the recipe is definitely designed for frog legs."
new flavors encountered in a far-flung land can spark a new approach in the kitchen
NuLu bakery and coffee shop Please & Thank You is branching out into Portland this fall, with a location in a former Butternut Bread store at 231 N. 17th St.