Last summer I met this lovely young woman named Elisa, and long story short, she wound up doing some writing for my breakfast blog. And this week we have the last of those pieces, since I’m cutting costs in this department. Financially speaking, I’m trading her in for a podcast, but that sounds harsh, doesn’t…
I might have been a bit harsh on Trader Vic’s in this post, but it feels about right to me. Weird place. So theme-y, if that’s even a word. For example, I actually wrote this: From 50 yards away, Trader Vic’s screams at you: “IndoFreakingNesia! Or Hawaii! Or some damn island place with brown people!…
Next time you say to somebody “Let’s go for brunch,” and they say something like, “Man, all those brunch places have big lines,” say to them, “Fret not, fine foolish friend, for we are off to Sunshine Tavern.”
The latest Bulletin, including news of e-books ad restaurants coming and going, is right here.
Yes, Scappoose, the little town on the way to Astoria. There’s a place on the water called Mark’s on the Channel, and the Breakfast Crew scarfed down a scenic and fairly tasty breakfast there recently. Here’s the report.
Last week I was in Memphis visiting family, and I had a couple of breakfasts. That’s not surprising or interesting, I guess, but I did blog about it, which lately is surprising. Or maybe not. Anyway … let’s head south for a bit, y’all!
You can now carry around Portland’s breakfast restaurants in your pocket. The Breakfast in Bridgetown App has well over 100 places in it, searchable by category, and also showing your local area with links to breakfasts. From each page, you can call them on the phone, visit their website, and get driving directions and even…
I was interviewed for the “In Character” column in the Portland Tribune. Interesting experience; the guy actually writes the article “live,” right there at the breakfast table. Enjoy.
Portland Monthly Magazine does this thing where they ask people five questions, and the latest was with me. It was a fun thing to do, and I got to spread the love to various of my favorite spots. Dig it.
Here’s a fun interview with the chef/owner of one of my favorite breakfast places, the Country Cat Dinner House.