What are you doing Thursday evening? No plans?? Why not come out, have some fun and get some cool stuff!?! [Um, some FREE stuff!! Keep reading….]
This Thursday happens to be Last Thursday, that one special day of the month the Alberta Arts District turns their charming little neighborhood into a spectacle of art and entertainment for all ages to enjoy. Even better, DRY Soda’s Savor the Flavor Tour is making Last Thursday their official Portland stop that night!
So what better place for me to hang out with my pals from DRY Soda and meet up with some of my other favorite pals: YOU GUYS!! I’m officially inviting all of you to come hangout and enjoy the festivities with us, rain or shine—but let’s hope for some sunshine!
Not only that, but if you stop by the DRY Soda Truck and tell us the “secret” password (see below), you’ll get a special treat from Stumptown Lunch and DRY Soda!
Could anything be cooler than that?
Well…the DRY Soda Truck is going to be parked right outside Salt & Straw (they make delicious small-batch, homemade ice cream that even Oprah loves), so you can pop in and buy yourself a couple of creamy scoops for dessert! That’s pretty darn cool, too! (Again, let’s hope for sunshine….)
Here’s the information:
When: Thursday, March 29, 2012
Where: DRY Soda’s Tour Truck will be parked just outside of Salt & Straw
Map: 2035 NE Alberta Street
Time: 5 to 8 p.m.
Secret Password: Put A Bird On It!
Feel free to shoot me an email or tweet me to let me know if you’re going to stop by! Hope to see you Thursday!!
The Lunch Lady
Yet another wonderful Bite of Oregon weekend wrapped up Sunday evening, and I’m sure plenty of Portlanders and PDX visitors happily walked away with burstin’ bellies. We know we did!
Entree: Pork ribs (Adam’s Rib, Salem)
Small plate: Kobe slider with wasabi mayo (Rogue, Portland)
Side: Asian spiced potato chips (The Reserve Vineyards, Aloha)
Dessert: Miss Hannah’s Gourmet Popcorn (Tualatin)
Wine: Sangria (Hip Chicks Do Wine, Portland)
Beer: Watershed IPA (Oakshire Brewing, Eugene)
What were your favorite Bite bites and bevvies??
We already can’t wait until 2012. Cheers!
Busy, BUSY weekend here in Stumptown. We have many more Bite photos to post, but in the meantime take a taste of the 2011 event! Cheers! P.S., The Bite runs 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, so you still have time to check out the delicious treats yourself.
Ready for The Bite of Oregon this weekend? We are!! It’s our favorite summer food weekend of the year. We love to taste-test delicious tidbits from all around our beautiful state. Great food, delightful drinks, rockin’ entertainment and a fun crowd…all that, and it benefits Special Olympics Oregon! Awesome!
Here are the deets:
Friday, August 12, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, August 13, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday, August 14, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland
$15 Weekend Pass
$10 One Day Pass
$5 Early Bird Special (Friday entry before 2 p.m.)
[NOTE: Admission does not include the price of food or beverage.]
We sadly missed the 2010 event, but check out our seriously fun photos from 2009. Gallery: Bite of Oregon 2009
We’d been excited about Kenny and Zuke’s 1st Annual Pickle Throwdown for months, so when we woke up Saturday morning we were totally ready for some pickle tasting madness…and we weren’t disappointed. Although the venue was a bit on the small side for the large crowd that showed up (it was held at Kenny and Zuke’s off-shoot SandwichWorks on NW Thurman), the event was a super fun success! We already can’t wait for next year!!
It’s the first official weekend of summer in PDX. The sky is clear and the sun is sparkling. What do you do? Go to a brewers festival, of course!!
Luckily, the North American Organic Brewers Festival was at North Portland’s beautiful Overlook Park all weekend, so we definitely got our fix of great beer, tasty food, sunshine and fun!
When we arrived Saturday afternoon the lines were long and daunting, but we were quite surprised the lines moved quickly and everyone was in a cheerful mood. What’s a little wait when there is beer at the other end of the line, right? Although, we did decide to “hold it” when we saw that the longest lines at the festival were to use the Porta-Potties! 😉
Enjoy the photos!
We’ll have more pictures tomorrow. We are exhausted after an amazing day at Bite of Oregon! If you haven’t been yet this weekend, be sure to visit on Sunday. Cheers!
Who else is super excited for the Bite of Oregon? It runs from August 8 to 10, and this year seems jam-packed with cool stuff–not to mention all the food!
The Lunch Lady is going on both Friday and Saturday (follow our live Twitter coverage), then not planning to eat at all on Sunday! We are psyched to see the Crazy 8’s are playing on Friday night. We heard from the band’s trombone player, Tim Tubb, who is really excited to take the stage for what will surely be a rowdy-fun performance.
On Saturday Cat Cora from Iron Chef America will be a guest for Iron Chef Oregon and later that night the MarchFourth Marching Band performs!
I guess I shouldn’t forget about the main attraction: All the food!
I am already looking forward to a Kobe beef slider from Rogue Ales Public House, the bay shrimp and scallop ceviche from Hayden’s Lakefront Grill and the Oregon steak and cheese sandwich from the Chef’s de Cuisine Society of Oregon.
Warning: Don’t read the Bite’s menu if you are hungry! It all sounds so tasty.
The Bite’s added bonus this year: An all-Oregon beer garden!
Are you planning to go to the Bite? Vote in our poll!