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Recipe: Drink Your Veggies at Irving Street Kitchen

Karen Locke

Bars and restaurants in the Pacific Northwest are rolling out summer cocktail menus with fresh, bright and local ingredients like Aperol, lemon, basil and lavender. One Portland bar and restaurant…

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4 PNW Wine Collectives to Sample

Adam H. Callaghan

Northwest real estate prices are painfully high and rising, so many savvy winemakers combat the problem by joining forces: sharing space, pouring wines alongside one another, even taking turns with…

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Engage in Colorful Elegance at Vancouver’s OPUS Hotel

Megan Hill

From my corner suite in Vancouver’s OPUS Hotel, floor-to-ceiling windows frame the busy Yaletown neighborhood, its density of sleek buildings anchored by scores of restaurants and bars. I can enjoy…

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Saltine’s Seasonal, Global Cuisine Hits Bellingham

Kenneth Clarkson

Billed on its website as “new American comfort food with an international flair,” Saltine is the latest eatery to open in the Arts District of Bellingham, Washington. Walking into the…

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Recipe: Beer-Steamed Northwest Mussels for Two

Marguerite Cleveland

Executive Chef Ian Wingate is the master behind the food magic at the newly opened Table 47 in Gig Harbor, Washington, where he is dedicated to local, environmentally responsible cuisine….

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7th Annual Oregon Cider Week

Sip Northwest

[from original press release] Northwest Cider Association presents 7th annual Oregon Cider WeekSeries of statewide cider-themed events will take place June 21 through July 1The Northwest Cider Assn. has announced details for this summer’s 7th…

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Join Beers Made by Walking and Washington Wild for their 2018 Hike Series

Sip Northwest

[content from original press release] Registration is now open for this free hike series which combines exploration of local hiking areas, education about native plants, and insights into the minds…

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Dana Frank Brings Natural Wine to the People of Portland

Margarett Waterbury

It’s Valentine’s Day. Instead of awkwardly munching our way through an overpriced tasting menu of oysters, steak and molten chocolate cake, my husband and I are embroiled in a vigorous…

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Wine

4 Questions with Mary Ellen Houston of Olalla Vineyard and Winery

Marguerite Cleveland

When you pass through the dramatic door that marks the entrance to the Olalla Vineyard and Winery tasting room outside Gig Harbor, Washington, it’s as if you passed through a…

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