Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email “What did it matter? I was a young writer and I wanted to take off. Somewhere along the line I knew there’d be girls, visions, everything; somewhere along the line the pearl would be handed to me.” – Jack Kerouac
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on twitter Share on email Share on reddit There are a few things that come to mind when someone mentions Portland. Likely you think about hipsters and Portlandia first, the second is probably beer. About 75% of the nations hops are grown in Yakima valley, so it should
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email Portland is a foodie city. Period. Where some cities shine in the upscale, fine dining varieties, Portland does things a bit different. Even though the city has gone through the transformations in the past few years, you can still feel
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email As far as I’m concerned, Portland is where the coffee renaissance in the United States started. The words single-origin, fair-trade, were likely first uttered by some bearded hipster in this city. There’s so much to eat and drink here, you’ll
The nation’s capital sure does know how to brew a good cup of coffee. Maybe it is mundane government work or maybe it’s the recent hipster emergence in the city that has necessitated a good cup of joe. Either way, I’m not complaining.
Stumptown. City of Roses. Bridgetown. Home of The Daily Grog. Portland will always hold a special place in my heart. This is a weird, eclectic yet magical city that calls home to many of our favorite vices: the most strip clubs, breweries, and coffee shops per capita in the U.S. (well at least at some
The capital of the United States. Home to stuffy politics and some museums right? Well, yeah. But if you take the time to look beyond those preconceptions, you’ll find a young, vibrant city. With a food scene that has exploded as of the past few years, it’s no wonder why DC has started to get