27.10.11

our trip part II

our trip part II
Saint Cupcake Galore had these adorable little cupcakes. I'm so glad they offer the mini cakes, so we could try a few different flavors without getting sick. We did a lot of walking though, somehow I think we broke even with all of this calorie intake!
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
We were happy to find so many little shops near our hotel. The Ace is in such a great spot if you don't want to do a lot of walking or take a car.
Alder & Co is right next to Grüner, which is how we decided on our dinner destination. They have such beautiful pieces and I left with just a few hand dipped candles and that colorful felt trivet.
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
Jeremiah & I also checked out Canoe, which is where I found those Weck jars, but they had so many other cool things. Those Swedish brushes were lovely but out of my price range for this trip.
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
Stopped in at Kenny & Zuke's for sandwiches before going back to our room to change. Jeremiah had a pastrami bagel & I had Gravlax (or so they called it) with cream cheese. We were quite full after that, as you can imagine.
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
Dinner was at Grüner (we waited a few hours between lunch & dinner!) and everything we had was amazing. There were smashed fingerling potatoes, a platter of European cheeses, this root salad (already forgetting what was in it) trout and donuts with chocolate ganache. I could have have made Jeremiah carry me back after a meal like that!
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II
our trip part II

12 comments:

  1. Great post babe! I miss us in Portland.

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  2. it's almost 1am here, and i have a sudden craving for cupcakes and great looking food:\

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  3. man Im so hungry after looking at all that yummy food!!

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  4. That pastrami bagel looks like just about the most delicious thing ever.

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  5. As a Portlander, it's nice to see the diferent perspective of your city from a visitor, it makes you appreciate the uniqueness of your city.

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  6. It looks so perfect - and I wouldn't mind one of those cupcakes now. Delicious!

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  7. And if I hadn't missed a couple of posts I would have known you were in Portland! Serves me right for not keeping up. I LOVE Saint Cupcake! YUM!

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  8. Loving all your Portland shots! Makes me want to go back.

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  9. oohh yum those bagels look heaven! great to catch up on your posts. dayle

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  10. Oh my! That burger is a must-have :) I will definitely visit Portland one day!

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  11. Those cupcakes look so good. Gwow!

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