Bakeries in St. Johns

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We are a small tea room in downtown historical Vancouver Washington USA. We bake up fresh scones every morning and offer over 100 varieties of loose leaf tea. Tea is served in beautiful teapots or sold in 2 ounce increments to go. Our shop is filled with whimsical gifts that add the beauty and atmosphere.

502 Washington St
Vancouver,
WA
US

Three signs at Skyline's pioneer boulevard location echo its 1935 origins—a neon "Open" sign glowing beneath the awning, a Coca-Cola sign flanking the parking lot, and a "Burgers and Shakes" marker crowning the roof. The Broadway location's dining space similarly hearkens back to Skyline's beginnings with its checkerboard tiles and booths and its insistence on only accepting money from the 1930s. Though all these design elements reflect Skyline's reputation as a classic American burger joint, the menu demonstrates that its chefs never stopped experimenting. The burger selection extends to half-pound steak burgers with topping combinations such as guacamole, pepper jack, salsa, and sour cream. Such innovation captured Food Network Magazine's choice for Oregon's Best Burger in 2009. The chefs' experimentation continues throughout the menu, from milk shakes blended with pie to a deep-fried hot dog dubbed The Resolution Destroyer.

1313 NW Skyline Blvd
Portland,
OR
US

Equinox Restaurant and Bar?s chefs craft a constantly rotating roster of seafood, steak, and pasta dishes using fresh and seasonal ingredients harvested from the Pacific Northwest. A rainbow of signature cocktails blooms on candlelit tables inside an industrial-looking space, and the dining room?s laid-back vibe spills out onto a landscaped courtyard that welcomes up to 45 diners. The eatery was built from recycled components, and further appeases Mother Earth by employing renewable energy sources to cook dishes instead of forcing diners to do it themselves.


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830 N Shaver St
Portland,
OR
US

Gastropub and sportsbar. Our food is fresh, seasonal, organic, natural & sourced regionally. We strive to accommodate special dietary restrictions, needs and allergies, including gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian restrictions. Sports lounge upstairs ft 12 HDTVs showing Timbers, Blazers, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, English Premier.

2327 NW Kearney St
Portland,
OR
US

New York City native Josh Kornblatt grew up cherishing the corned-beef sandwiches and smoked fish of nearby delicatessens. Unable to find these flavors upon moving to Portland, he founded Kornblatt's Delicatessen, which T: The New York Times Style Magazine hails as ?one of the truly great New York delis outside the five boroughs.?

Kornblatt?s glossary familiarizes locals with the food by describing delicatessen classics, such as knish (pastry stuffed with filling) and chopped liver (old-timey insult, like "frumious bandersnatch"). And like any great deli, Kornblatt?s has an entire menu dedicated to bagels, from deli bagel sandwiches to bagels crowned with pickled herring.

Though rooted in the Big Apple, Kornblatt?s also salutes its surroundings by filling taps with local beer and including a vegetarian reuben among its eight styles of the sandwich.

628 NW 23rd Ave
Portland,
OR
US

Seeking a home for her one-of-a-kind mixed drinks—including lollipop-rimmed martinis—nationally recognized mixologist Lucy opened Mint restaurant in the spring of 2001. Her acclaimed cocktails’ popularity grew so quickly that in 2003, she opened an adjacent lounge where patrons could focus on drinks such as avocado daiquiris and jalapeño-and-pineapple margaritas. Along with its selection of 40 signature cocktails, the bistro has been luring patrons in with chef Brian McElmeel’s Pan-American-style dishes, which are composed predominantly of local and organic ingredients and influences from the Pacific Northwest, Mediterranean, and Latin America.

816 N Russell St
Portland,
OR
US