Three locally owned businesses that just opened in Portland

    We’d like to extend a little local love to three locally owned businesses that just opened in Portland. Stop by, say hey and spread the word!

    Expatriate

    Kyle Webster and Naomi Pomeroy’s new 30-seat spot—housed in a former brothel across the street from Pomeroy’s Beast—leans heavy on spicy dishes. The tempura halibut sandwich gets the sweet chili sauce treatment, the housemade ketchup’s been given a dose of curry, and the house-stuffed Chinese sausage corn dogs come with hot mustard and something called XXX Death Sauce. more…

    ZoomCare Woodstock

    In their ongoing quest to provide Portlanders with quality health care at transparent prices, Drs. David Sanders and Albert DiPiero have opened another ZoomCare, their 10th in the city and 14th overall. No matter what ails you, a visit will always cost $105, and you can even fill your prescriptions by visiting the clinic’s on-site pharmacy. more…

    Teote Areperia

    When you dine in (and drink up) at Michael Kennett’s Teote (pronounced tay-oh-tay), he wants you to feel like you’ve arrived—like you’ve come home. His new two-story, 70-seat, lunch and dinner (and soon to be brunch) spot specializes in preparing Latin-style street food with a Venezuelan twist. Expect a menu filled with things like fried plantains, guasacaca (an avocado-based sauce), and arepas more…

    *Courtesy of neighborhoodnotes.com

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