Category Archives - Drink

Discover Portland’s SE Wine Collective

SE wine Collective

Oregon has become a renowned wine producing state, and collectives like Southeast Wine Collective make making great wines possible for small producers. Take a look.

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Bangkok’s Elements Restaurant: Modern International Cuisine

Bangkok’s Thailand is a vibrant, world-class city of more than 8 million people that effortlessly blends the old with the new, and it’s wonderful food

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Clyde Common: Happy Hour Urban Comfort

Chef Carlo Lamagna debuts a new happy hour menu at Portland’s popular Clyde Common restaurant, and we’re there to enjoy! Read the full article at

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Ecliptic Brewing: Great Brew, Food, and Atmosphere in North Portland

Brewmaster John Harris blends his love of great food and beer with astronomy at his North Portland restaurant. Read the full article on RealFoodTraveler.com.

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Portland’s Distillery Row: Take the Tour

Tour Portland’s Distillery Row in SE Portland, Oregon and sample craft vodkas, gins, whiskeys, rums, and specialized spirits such as brandies, aquavit, and liqueurs. Stock

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Alder Wood Bistro, Sequim, WA: Best Local Ingredients

There’s a bit of a wait at the Alder Wood Bistro, in Sequim, Washington, even on a weekday evening, and I can see why. It’s

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Three Days in Sunny Sequim, WA


Sequim is pronounced, “SK-WIM.”
It’s located on the north end of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
Thanks to the “rain shadow” of the Olympic Mountains, it

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Blondie’s Plate: (Big) Small Plates, Huge Flavors, Sequim, WA

Blondie’s plate proprietor Kim McDougall was a “self-proclaimed professional diner” before she opened her own restaurant in the town Sequim on the North shore of

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Nicky USA’s Unique Meat Festival

Warning: This article is not intended for vegetarians. But if you’re a meat lover, this annual food festival, organized by Nicky USA, the Northwest’s leading

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Port Townsend’s Cider Route

Touring the Olympic Peninsula and visiting Port Townsend in pursuit of the best of area’s cideries makes a wonderful trip . One this trip, I

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Enjoying Hard Ciders in Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Beautiful weather and waterfront location in Port Townsend, Washington, and I’m there to sample and enjoy hard ciders at the Northwest Cider Association’s 4th Annual

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Escape to Favorite Yakima Valley Wineries

Yakima Valley, Washington, offers beautiful scenery, farms and food fins, and more than 75 vineyards. Kestrel Vinters and Milbrandt Vineyards were two of my favorite

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