I passed the above hole in the wall place in the middle of nowhere and than finally found a person in the wine trade that ate there. "Yes I went once years ago when I worked for a Japanese Trading Co. This is where the owner took clients so they would get a home cooked meal."
Going tonight, $12 corkage.
finally after living here 6 years I made it to Hà VL, a full 12 minutes from my warehouse, one of the best dishes ever in Portland today...
Chicken Curry Noodle Soup
BYGGYZ, sandwiches, Wednesday! 12 - 4pm - as per Rachael's fb post
Despite the lure of easy profit, Davis and his business partner, David Dolginow, have never tried to capitalize on the lucrative sweet-cider trend. Instead, they’ve embarked on a far more ambitious—if not quixotic—quest for perfection. Their goal with Shacksbury, and in particular with the company’s offshoot, the Lost Apple Project, is essentially to bring America’s greatest apples back from the dead, scouring Vermont roadsides and pastures for forgotten strains that once lined the roads and property lines of Colonial New England.