I was glad to be part of the new @biketownpdx
design unveiling celebrating the Black History Month in Portland. Marcellus @nike
did a great job with these!⠀
You can find these in Portland now. Be sure to take a picture and tag the relevant folks if you see one to help spread the word. ⠀
for joining me to this event.
It’s Saturday and we are open!! Come get the ‘que before it’s gone. 📸 @davidlandsel1
🥩TRI-TIP STEAK SANDO🥖
with a side of BACON JALAPEÑO POPPERS @ripcitygrill
Tip top grub at a laid back price with this dish being the star of the simple menu❣️
Established as a food cart in 2008 this sports 🏀 themed spot now serves its popular sandos in a brick & mortar on SE Division also. For 2️⃣ bucks you can “add a style” and next time I’d make it buffalo with franks red hot, blue cheese & bacon! 😱
The restaurant offers HH Mon-Fri 2:30-5:30 Def a good spot to watch the BLAZERS game. On those days if you score a basketball shot you win $5️⃣ off❗️
"St John's Bridge Foggy Morning"
I enjoy shooting the St. Johns Bridge, not just because I enjoy shooting the St Johns Bridge, not just because it's down the street from my house, not because it's such a beautiful bridge, but, when I I'm out there I am reminded why I moved to Portland. The beauty that surrounds me anywhere I go in this state and in this town.
I enjoy this shot, because I barely had to edit it. Just a little cropping and a little takedown of the highlights. That's it. Also, when I drive over this bridge every day, there are times I don't have my camera with me and I see the fog rolling in. So this day, I actually had my camera and wanted to capture the fog and the iconic beautiful bridge.
Location: St. Johns Bridge, Portland, Oregon
Time: 9:56 am
Camera: Canon 5D Mark III
Lens: Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L II
Trip-pod: Manfrotto MK 190XPRO4
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec
Focal Length: 70mm
“It's like forgetting the words to your favorite song. You can't believe it. You were always singing along. “ — Regina Spektor from Eet
The back of my head...& the beanie I wear wayyyy too much | Sunrise at youth camp 📷 @sjblockphotography
a last ditch attempt to be healthy before i get into a bathing suit in a few days.
We are open!! Come before it’s gone!!
Bbq time!! Remember, our pod is still under construction!! There are covered tables! Thanks!
to the beautiful days of fall w/ far less rain && more color on my morning walks to coffee
На свет уже появился ещё один человечек, пока это фото обрабатывалось 😂
We did waterfall hopping yesterday🚙🚶♀️🚶♂️
This is Bridal Veil Falls which I liked the most💙💚💙 It was only us on the trail and the water fall, so was very quiet and calm, but I felt some kind of strong energy in there✨ 💚Swipe➡︎for Video💚
Happy birthday Oregon💚
Happy Valentine day, everyone💖 =======================================================
📍Portland, Oregon, USA🇺🇸
#bridalveilfalls #waterfall #oregontravel #travelportland #oregonexplored #landscapephotography #pacificnorthwest #滝 #神秘的
If drinking an Aperol spritz in a cold Portland February is wrong, I don’t want to be right. I had a lovely time last night checking out the happy hour menu last night at @rosarosapdx
with some of my foodie friends. I’m a fan of anywhere with a mezze plate! I can’t wait to go back and try their full dinner spread.
Bad Weather+New Puppy= No hiking :(
tag the ross to your rachel or the butt to your butt. happy #galentinesday
Opening Friday!!!! We’re getting fired up!!! The cart has been updated, the oak stacked, new shed built, new menu additions(red eye bbq sauce, Smokey jalapeño Mac n Cheese etc) The new Pod is a work in progress!!! The beautiful tables are covered!!! You can always order on post mates. Caviar delivery coming very soon!!! Look forward to sharing our craft bbq!!!
A tried & true that never disappoints!
This place was at the top of our list 📝when we were tourists here. Not only was the food impressive, we were blown away by its layout and location in the Pearl. So unlike AZ, the way the industrial buildings are creatively utilized. We loved taking in the whole scene❣️
It’s still one of the places we give repeat business to because although it’s grown immensely at its core it’s still a mom and pop family owned and operated establishment.
And there’s not many places left where you can get a linen tablecloth fine dining experience in a unpretentious environment.
The perfect setting for a casual lunch or a business meeting! We had an hour to kill while in the area and our tastebuds were thrilled that we decided to revisit an old favorite.
CAUSA ACEBICHADA- Aji amarillo, lime scented Yukon Gold potato 🥔 purée topped with ahi tuna in leche de tigre al rocoto and deep fried quinoa studded shrimp, accompanied w, tomatoes 🍅 quail egg 🥚 and micro greens. Swipe⬅️to see the beautiful and delicious plates.
PALTA RELLENA DE CANGREJO- avocado 🥑 stuffed with crab 🦀 topped with poached prawns
CEBICHE CARRETILLERO- fresh white fish tossed in spicy 🌶 vibrant leche de tigre de rocoto, topped with crispy fried calamari, served with sweet potato and toasted corn 🌽 ⠀
SECO DE RES- a slight twist to a family favorite - Cascade Natural bone-out short rib slow-cooked in a cilantro and black beer sauce, served with a classic guiso de frijoles, garlic rice and salsa criolla (melt in your mouth flava fireworks 👅 🎇)
Lunch Mon.-Fri. 11:30-2:30
Reservations recommended for dinner
in a negative headspace today 💭〰️
"Here. Here is simple and happy. That’s what I meant to give you." – Beginners (2010)