Simpatica Supper Club, Portland, Oregon

By mahir | May 12, 2011


If you search the Internet for the meaning of a supper club, you will find a definition from the 1920s, defining supper club as a “nightclub, especially a small, luxurious one.” Nowadays, a supper club has a different meaning, ranging from a private club of diners feasting on immaculately prepared multi-course meals in a private home, or even on the subway!  Read More


Food and People – Portland, Oregon with Lisa Mclaughlin

By mahir | October 21, 2010

Tasting Room Deschutes Brewery

This week’s photos of Food & People is by Lisa Mclaughlin. Below is what Lisa has to say about the photos and her experience of Portland, Oregon.

Portland Oregon has developed into one of the premiere foodie destinations in the U.S. Surrounded by excellent but often underrated wine country and verdant farmland, the quirky city is a locavores dream. The artisanal approach to food taken by most restaurants in town also extends to drink; along with exceptional Stumptown coffee and many microbreweries, there are over 50 spirits made by the city’s micro-distilleries, many of which can be found on the east side of the city in an area dubbed Distillery Row. For cheap eats, the city is dotted with collections of food carts serving Thai, Italian, Lebanese, Russian or Hawaiian cuisines or specializing in single foods like Read More


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