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🍺 The Ultimate PDX Brewery Bracket: The Final Round

Who will take home the title of Portland’s Ultimate Brewery: Level Beer Brewing or Ruse Brewing? Vote now or forever hold your peace.

/ July 27, 2021


🍺 The Ultimate PDX Brewery Bracket: Meet the Final Four

We’ve whittled things down to our final four breweries in the Ultimate PDX Brewery Bracket. — which of these fine breweries will make it to the final round?

/ July 20, 2021


🍺 The Ultimate PDX Brewery bracket: Meet the Elite Eight

We learned a LOT from our second round of match-ups. Scroll on for the results — and start voting now for the Final Four.

/ July 13, 2021


🍺 Portland’s Ultimate Brewery Bracket: The Sweet Sixteen

Portlanders voted for their favorite local breweries in our Ultimate Portland Brewery Bracket, and whittled it down to our Sweet Sixteen.

/ July 7, 2021


🎆 5 ways to celebrate the 4th without fireworks

Here are some ways you can celebrate the nation’s birthday safely. (Bridgeliner illustration) 5 ways to celebrate the 4th without fireworks   The Fourth of July is this Sunday, and while many COVID-19 restrictions were officially lifted across the state yesterday, most firework displays were already canceled earlier this year. And considering the PNW’s dry spell, […]

/ July 2, 2021


🍻 Bottom’s up: PDX’s brewery bracket nominees

Show some love to your favorite Stumptown (and beyond) breweries by voting for them in our Ultimate Portland Brewery Bracket.

/ June 29, 2021


Comfort Food at a Gastro-Bistro

Looking for date night dining on a budget in Portland for meat-lovers? Or maybe a great comfort food brunch? Green gravy for Saint Patrick’s Day? And and and….?  We recommend the Leaky Roof for meat lovers (but if there’s a vegan onboard, you might look elsewhere). The hometown vibe and cheerful faces make the Leaky […]

/ May 28, 2021


Swift and Union Pays Homage to ‘Cow Town’ Kenton

Portland is considered one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the U.S., but once upon a time, the area now known as Kenton was actually a company town built around meat. Today, the legacy of the Union Meat Company — which was purchased by Swift and Company in 1906 — lives on at a popular […]

/ February 1, 2021


Portland’s biggest restaurant openings and closings in 2020

Here are 11 of Portland’s biggest restaurant openings and the 10 saddest closings of this year.

/ December 18, 2020


Von Ebert Brewing Expands to East Portland

Most beer lovers have heard of the main Von Ebert location in the Pearl, but the brewery also has a lesser-known outpost in Hazelwood — one of Portland’s largest neighborhoods. Owner Tom Cook named Von Ebert after his grandma Ebert, the matriarch who brought his family to the U.S. from Germany in the early 1900s. […]

/ July 22, 2019