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The Dine Guide

Solo Italiano

Solo Italiano

Chef Paolo Laboa of Solo Italiano cooks true Genovese food, fresh from the farm and the sea, prepared from the heart by the winner of both the… Read more »

Standard Baking Co.

Standard Baking Co.

Yet another pioneer in regards to how Portlanders get by in the morning, Standard took the city by storm in the 90s by showing us just how… Read more »

Arabica Coffee Company

Arabica Coffee Company

Arabica was responsible for first raising awareness of great coffee in Portland back in the 90s, offering small estate selections like Jamaican Blue Mountain that were previously unheard… Read more »

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Friday Afternoon The Francis on upper Congress Street is one of Portland’s newest hotels. The 15-room property is named for architect Francis Fassett, who designed the brick mansion in 1881 as a home for Mellen E. Bolster. It has been renovated with modern amenities while retaining its period charm. I am greeted upon arrival by Tony Delois, who co-owns the hotel with his brothers Nate and Jake, along with Jeff Harder. We take a tour [Read More...]