Thursday, December 2, 2010

Around the State: Eat, Drink, and Shop!

This week, Around the State has all the things you need to share holiday cheer with friends and family: new restaurants, coffee shops, and retail options!


Tillamook Meat in Tillamook reopened under new ownership after being closed for three years. It employs two people and expects to add another for its deli. Headlight-Herald, 11/17/2010

Goodfellas Family Cafe
opened in Myrtle Creek. The News-Review, 11/21/2010

Soi9 Th
ai Eatery opened on West Burnside Street in Portland. Neighborhood Notes, 11/16/2010

Roberts Crossing
restaurant opened in south Salem. Statesman Journal, 11/30/2010


Cafe au Play
, a coffeehouse and playhouse, opened in southeast Portland. Neighborhood Notes, 11/16/2010

Ye Ol' Grog Distillery
opened in St. Helens. It makes whiskey, vodka, and two specialty drinks. The Chronicle, 11/17/2010

...and Shop!

See's Candies will open a temporary store at the Cascade Village Shopping Center in Bend. It will be open until December 26. The Bulletin, 11/10/2010

... & Then Some
, a boutique offering locally made items, opened a temporary location at the Cascade Village Shopping Center in Bend. The Bulletin, 11/17/2010

, a sporting goods retailer, plans to open a store at The Rivers, a 66-acre mall that would be built on a former landfill near Interstate 205 and 213 in Oregon City. The Oregonian, 11/23/2010

Get more business announcements - including a new survival and offgrid living store in Roseburg and a gymanstics club in Ontario - in the full edition.

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