Dick’s has been around since 1940, managed and owned by the Dick Elias family. In 1974, the business was taken over by the Moore family and has, over 45 years since then, grown into a local favorite. Owner Charlotte Moore, said Dick’s has evolved… Continue Reading “Dick’s patio open for business”
Charlie’s Spic and Span Bakery and Café is an established eatery owned by only three people during its more than 60-year history. Founded in the early 1950s, its primary offerings were chile and tamales. Carmen Fernandez expanded the bakery and added breakfast and lunch.… Continue Reading “Tortillas, donuts and more, Oh My!”
From the Skillet website: Sometime in 2012, Isaac Sandoval was challenged to design and build the world’s largest cast iron skillet. The skillet itself didn’t break any world records but people loved the unique menus and crowd-pleasers cooked in the giant skillet. Thus, began… Continue Reading “Skillet Casting its Culinary Magic”
Sean’s move to the Pacific Northwest made it possible for him to experience the deep-rooted farm-to-table dining culture Portland’s food scene is noted for.
For foodies on the go Fans of The Skillet, get ready to chow down on old favorites and new menu items. The food truck with an attitude and funky decor is now a 90-seat restaurant and bar. The new digs will be open soon… Continue Reading “The Skillet: Fast-casual dining”