Wolf and Bear’s has almost a cult like following. I know that is claiming a lot for a humble chickpea dish. But indeed, Portlanders just go gaga over the falafel pita wraps. Currently, Wolf and Bear’s has two food truck locations. One on North Mississippi (between Shaver and Failing). And the other in Pod 28, which is on SE 28th and Ankeny, on the southern end of the renown Kerns Restaurant Row.Continue reading “What Makes Wolf and Bear’s Falafel Epic?”
Through the years, I have watched John Gorham build his Portland food empire, one delicious restaurant at a time. His business model it interesting, as he serves different cuisines, but they all have delicious dining in common.
The John Gorham empire expands
It all started with Toro Bravo which is Spanish influenced, although not in the strictest of ways. Tasty and Sons and Tasty and Alder soon followed. Then Tasty and Sons morphed into Tasty and Daughters. They are excellent brunch spots, serving upscale and creative twists on traditional items like poached eggs, and French toast.Continue reading “Get Your Israeli Street Food Fix at Shalom Y’all”