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Long before Portland became Foodgasm Central, home of artisan food worship and countless breathless articles written by the national media, there was the s. Mustaches, feathered hair, smoking, orange decor, and wood paneling ruled the day.
I encourage you to read the comments — a bit jumbled — but some great memories there! I believe it had a Greek style menu, but I may be mistaken on that. Union Avenue Social Club was the name given after he sold it. Enjoy your order of the Man Platter, sir. Disco dancing and backgammon?! Slabtown still rocks.
That guy in the middle — totally jotting down mental notes for his Yelp review. Thanks for bringing back some great early food memories! I remember eating at Auberge right out of highschool-thought it pretty cool. Do you remember Couch Street Fish House? Also Brasserie Montmarte when they first opened? Rediscovered it down from my moms place on Alberta when I was home for a milestone birthday…a true slice of Americana Tiki Heaven!!
Still exotic, still kitschy, still wonderfully intact! Thanks for a great trip down memory lane…Cheers,Tim. Burns and me scrubbing the tile threshholds of the kitchen and restrooms to the constant party scene in the bar! Great food and atmosphere. I also worked at Tivoli Garden as a waiter in and I was the only Asian waiter at that time. Do I know you and do you know what happen to Tivoli Garden and Horst now? I had a long talk with Horst Mager in his office at Tivoli.
It was a beautiful place! His daughter runs the company now and horst retired to Palm Springs is the info i have heard. I also worked on the river queen.. Larry Basner….
I would love to touch bases with you. Edelman in Montana. My husban Brian delivered pies from Quality Pies all over town. Waddels after a Buckaroo hockey game. The Crab broiler tiny joint on Barbur. You would wait in line outside in the rain to get in. Mazzis was a booming place on Macadam. Beef and brew….. I worked at Rians eating establishment for 8 years through college and beyond!! I remember every Restaurant and bar you mentioned and more!!
Jakes the hindquarter, the meat market , Bills gold coin, ahh, memories: We were transferred in to Toledo, Ohio, culture shock, then South Bend , and Little Rock, now Louisville, Ky.
Does anyone know where he is?? Hi Linda, Do you remember the first flower cart in downtown? Ha ha.. Hee hee!! It was so european before we knew what that meant!!
Julie Schon. The Crab Bowl on Barbur Blvd. Fish and Chips—amazing. Prawns, deep fried, delicious batter and the same with the langostino. Buttery garlic rolls I remember still and a red dressing for salad that was exceptional. How I would love recipes for the batter and the salad dressing. Not even at the beach. Thanks for the memory. Does anyone know what happened to John Hyatt or where he is ,,?? Hi Linda!! I Used to live in Portland, worked at Ryans eating establishment and Nordstrom Lloyd Center, I dated a guy many years ago who was a manager at Sweet Tibbie Dunbars, John Hyatt, I have been married and transferred to 5 different states, since , and am coming back, 23 August to 10 September, do youhave any idea what happened to John, where he is??
Trying to touch base with as many old friends as possible this trip, as we are moving to Orlando in April!!! The Cheerful Tortoise. Anyway, I have such fond memories of hanging out with fellow PSU students on the patio. They allowed smoking back then. One day we were being a bit overwhelmed by cigarette smoke from a neighboring table. We thought cigarettes were pretty gross and probably immoral. But weed was harmless and totally OK, so we decided to light one up.
Ah, ! Hi Lindale!! I love this page, although we have lived in 6 states,sinew Oregon, we were transferred in , I worked from the beginning at Rians eating establishment until we left Oregon. Every restaurant on this page is,a memory, you worked at Sweet Tibbies, was John Hyatt your manager??
Do you know where he is, no one from Rians has a clue,and like me have relocated. My email is klkdruck gmail. I loved that place so much. The food, atmosphere, the people I knew were all so special. The chicken and crab kiev was incredible. If it would have stayed, I might still be there. I have great memories from that time. The Cheerful Tortoise still exists or did in recent years, at least. Linda- You just gave me so many cool memories! Wow, I could go on and on, thanks again! I remember standing in line at the crab bowl on barbur blvd.
After they moved, it was never the same. One night after the Wolfetones played in Portland, in the Civic Auditorium, they went to the Old Irish Inn and we got to visit with them,. It was called the Cheerful Tortoise.
I worked there as a waitress for a few months in It was not a cheerful place…not at all. Don Petrie was the cook… Bud Clark behind the counter at Spatenhouse? My father printed the menus for many of the restaurants shown and many that you mentioned. John Ryan was a visionary with the lunch menu vs counter cafe that was standard pre Great memories of a wonderful time for dining in Portland. I think I might still have a menu somewhere!
It was not AS Barbur. My sister and I remember eating at the Crab along a river. For as long as my family went there, it was on Barbur Blvd.
I came to Portland when I was 6 mon. Totally ruined when they moved it to the old Fantasy Video in Tigard. It was never the same. We had lots of seafood places on the river. Nothing replaced the Crab Bowl. Thank you! I loved the place! I remember walking the long gravel parking lot on Friday nights to get inside. I remember the souvenirs they had available.
I remember the foid being excellent. Sis always got the steamed clams.
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