Cooper’s Hall Is Worth The Hassle Cooper’s Hall has received serious acclaim from MagoGuide’s competitors, but you should still go. Think ginormous quonset hut filled with the looted remains of several 1980s fern bars and a winery, and a restaurant – a really big restaurant. Now add the largest collection of wines on tap in… Read More »
An Homage to Ataula Team Mago was radicalized in Catalonia. It started with the cuisine, then came the wine, after that the people, and finally the history and politics of this amazing region with its own language and distinct culture.
Ned Ludd: Diners of the World Unite! All you have to lose is your Technology Ned Ludd’s in NE Portland has successfully merged Luddite skepticism of technical progress, especially in the food industry, with an old school approach to gastronomy that relies on fire and time, the immutables of great rustic cuisine. Go early and… Read More »
Fried Egg I’m in Love (Again) We are unreconstructed and unapologetic egg sluts at MagoGuide and have been nursing a serious Fried Egg I’m in Love jones since they shuttered their iconic SE Hawthorne food cart and moved to a store front three blocks east. We love the new location and the food is better… Read More »
PaaDee Killer VFM Asian street food, a great little tap list, a full bar with serious mixologists, and you do not have to wait six weeks for a meal or take out a second mortgage to pay for it. What’s not to like about PaaDee in SE Portland?
Stopping by Shalom Y’all in Portland’s SE district on the way home from the PSU’s Saturday Farmers Market is starting to become a habit. We love their brunch and have recently added some new items to Shalom Y’all’s review including hummus sephardic lamb made up of braised lamb, carrots, green chickpeas, and parsley. Morgan declared… Read More »