Sourcing its meat from the Fraser Valley, Fat Duck aims to bring the farm-to-table ethos to Vancouver’s street food scene, with a menu of simple but hearty sandwiches, tacos and rice bowls featuring sumptuous ingredients such as duck confit and pork belly. 93 more words
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Before heading to downtown Portland for a Friday of antique and vintage shopping, we stopped into Baker and Spice on Capitol Highway, which was just down the road from our guest house. 682 more words
Niblets is an all-too-occasional feature on the ins and outs of the Eugene food scene. Syndicate me? You know you want to.
Get your last meals in at your faves soon: behold the imminent closure of a long-time Eugene fixture, Keystone Café, who will be shutting the doors for a long-deserved retirement; … 767 more words
Since the plan for this leg of our trip was to spend the entire day downtown, we parked in the food cart lot at 10th and Alder for $11, which covered the whole day. 777 more words
If you can’t stand the heat, you don’t want to be in this mobile kitchen. The fabulous wood-fired oven inside Via Tevere’s food truck reaches temperatures of 900 F (480 C), which helps it turn out delicious, crunchy yet fluffy and slightly charred pizza-dough bread for its Neapolitan-style saltimbocca sandwiches filled with classic, quality Italian ingredients. 125 more words