Tuesday, June 28, 2011

say it isn't so...

for those of you familiar with my day job, i thought i would give you a little gift.  yes, that's right, pendleton home is having another one of their fabulous opening ceremony sample sales.

this time around, it is the spring oc line and mostly women's wear but there is still some cool men's items, they just need to get here quick.  the sale starts at 10 am thursday, july 7th and we will be open for first thursday until 8 pm.

call or email the store if you have any questions. 
210 nw broadway pdx, 97209

see ya there!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011


hey there portland people. i just wanted to give you a heads up that a good friend of mine, ray frazier, is playing tomorrow night at the laurelthirst. ray is a sweet soulful guy who mixes r&b with folk and funk. and all around just a great guy. if you're looking for something to do, stop by the laurelthirst from 9pm-12 tomorrow, june 22nd. what a great way to bring in the summer!

laurelthirst public house
2958 ne glisan

Monday, June 13, 2011

you don't know jack?

i know, i know, i have seriously been slacking off on my reports of the haps going on in my beloved portlandia. i really have been getting out quite a bit lately but i haven't had very much time to report back to you all. i promise to do my very best to let you in on all of the cool people and places we have here in our fine city. i mean portland is on fire (not literally, thank goodness) right now and i'm not doing a very good job of representing!

so the first thing we need to talk about is the newish restaurant, st. jack. have you been here yet? if not...go...now!

st. jack is housed in that cute little corner spot on clinton that has seen many a coffee shop come and go. i'm so happy they brought this little spot to life because i've always thought it had so much potential.

the interior is simple and white and sparkly. we were there on a rainy night (go figure)and it was so warm and cozy. the candles on the table have dripping wax hanging to the table and it is the quintessential french bistro complete with beautiful pastries housed under big glass domes.

my bff and i sat at the chef's counter and had the cheese plate and pate to start. both were amazing. then we grazed on a delicious butter lettuce salad, and then decided to share moules frites for our dinner. the service was friendly and gracious and i think we probably had our fair share of white wine. we were just having such a good time we didn't want to leave!

i highly recommend st. jack and can't wait to get over there again, very soon.

2039 se clinton

photos courtesy of the portland mercury and under the table with jen.