- Portland Fashion & Style Awards – Accepting NominationsPosted 4 days ago
- OBJECT FOCUS: THE BOWL and SOUNDFORGEPosted 12 days ago
- Gallery Artists Spread Cultural Influence Far and WidePosted 14 days ago
- RAW – Art ShowcasePosted 18 days ago
- BODYVOX’S “FIFTEEN” CAPS A SEASON OF CELEBRATIONPosted 19 days ago
- 24th Annual CAP Art Auction Raised $640,000Posted 19 days ago
- Pacific Pie Co. Announces ExpansionPosted 19 days ago
- Parent of the Year to Release BookPosted 20 days ago
- Caviar + BubblesPosted 21 days ago
- Portland to Host 2013 USA GymnasticsPosted 25 days ago
Beaumont Village News – Fall 2011
on September 3, 2011
DINNERS TO GO!
The husband and wife team of Eclectic Kitchen (4936 NE Fremont St.) are starting “Dinners To Go” this October. Meat and vegetarian options, such as their rice and roasted veggies with miso gravy, will be available along with an expanded menu of wraps and salad bowls. Known for their kids’ menu as well, each order will come with a side and a homemade cookie. Call Lora on your way home from work to place an order at 503.477.8482.
As football season rolls around, there’s no more authentic place to root on the Ducks or the Beavers than Stanich’s (4915 NE Fremont St.), an Oregonian bar with over 500 sports pennants. Family owned and operated since 1949, Stanich’s boasts the “Greatest Hamburger in the World,” loaded with fresh ground chuck, ham, bacon, egg, tomato, lettuce and onions with three special sauces. Is there a vegetarian option? “Absolutely not,” says third generation family member Stephanie Stanich. “But the fries are good,” she adds with a wink. Contact them at 503.281.2322.
ECO-FASHION THIS FALL
Prairie Underground, the Seattle based clothing designers near and dear to Portland’s eco-friendly fashion vanguard, will be having a trunk show at Shop Adorn (4759 NE Fremont St.) this September. Their unique, organic cotton and hemp blends, and uber-local model (every step from dye to sewing is done in Seattle), are just a few of the reasons they have a growing following in Portland. With Shop Adorn’s niche for edgy but distinctly feminine items stocked by local designers alongside well-known fashionistas, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the show. Call 503.505.7424 for more info.
With over 1200 bottles, a rotating tap that never sees the same keg twice, and over 80% selection from the Pacific Northwest, it’s hard not to find a good beer at Bottles (5015 NE Fremont St.). This fall, however, Brant and Shawn will make it even easier by featuring fresh hop beers from local Oregon breweries, including Double Mountain and Beer Valley. Fresh hop beers go from harvest to brew in 24 hours, bringing out more oil and flavor up front. Show up early enough to gnaw on their slow roasted daily BBQ before it runs out.
NEW ON THE STREET
Woolestudio (4730B NE Fremont), and, Pizza Nostra (4831 NE Fremont).
Lonnic Henry has closed Saavy, and taken over Found on Fremont (4743 NE Fremont).
“When the kids go to school, I teach classes,” says Elaine, the visionary owner and crafter behind Bella Flora Studio (4439 NE Fremont St.). The workspace/studio/store is surrounded by feathers and glittery wings—the scraps of projects begun and masterpieces finished. Bella Flora specializes in handcrafted Halloween costumes for little fairies and their godmothers alike. Join a class this October to craft felt dolls, assemble miniature fairy tale habitats with moss and old doll chairs, or to fit yourself into a magical costume for Hallow’s Eve. Contact at 503.866.3009.
Whether it’s environmentally-friendly paper for a small-run of your new business cards, the finishing touches on your very own Thanksgiving greeting card design, or our favorite Second Friday posters, Paperjam Press (4730 NE Fremont St.) is our local print shop best friend this fall. If you want one-on-one advice, lightning-quick turn-around, and over 20 years of experience in design and high quality printing, there’s no need to go anywhere else. Plus, you can walk your dog there.
Powered by MapClicks.com