Ever heard of Soup Cycle? Soup Cycle is a local organic soup delivery service by bike! A bonus (besides transporting organic foods by bike)- their soups are absolutely delicious! Better yet- they are delivered straight to your door! Now that’s a deal- Soup Cycle Anyone?
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The sunshine is out in Portland and the weather is looking good this week. A good reason to get outdoors and soak it up! Get out and support your local community by visiting one of Portland’s Farmers Markets. Now is the time to pick up some vegetables or starts for the garden. Check out your local Farmers Market and enjoy!
Accanto Restaurant serves brunch on the weekend with quite the array of fine dining picks. The Duck Hash was presented with beautiful colors that contrasted with delight and the flavor was lovely. The presentation was equally matched with each dish.
The Dungeness Crab Benedict was delicious and the potatoes were cooked just right- neither being too soft nor too crispy. The Croque Madame simply melts in your mouth. Overall, Brunch was delicious, very reasonably priced and comes highly recommended. Also a bonus, you can make a reservation and avoid waiting in line. My only complaint, the Bloody Mary’s were not special by any means tasting more like tomato juice than anything else. Accanto Restaurant is located at 2838 SE Belmont.
To put it simply! Ciao Vito serves the best pork chop in town. Why does it top the charts? It comes in a thick slab of medium cooked melt-in-your-mouth goodness. Also a favorite at Cia Vito, their spinach polenta bursting with flavor from beginning to end. In terms of the other dishes sampled, the spaghetti on the entree menu was highly disappointing with little sauce and least recommended by myself. Overall, the atmosphere is enjoyable, the staff was friendly and the pork chop well- speaks for it’s self. Ciao Vito is located at 2203 NE Alberta, Portland, OR 97211.
We are excited to announce that the CSA Delivery program is back for 2012! In order to best inform you about the benefits of joining a CSA, Linda from Winter Green Farm will be holding a Q&A session in the lobby on Thursday, March 15th from 5PM – 6PM, then conducting a more in-depth presentation in the Sapphire Room from 6PM – 7PM.
Winter Green Farm is an Oregon based, family operated farm that delivers local, organically grown fruit, vegetables and herbs straight to Indigo either weekly or bi-weekly, depending on your share order. Each delivery is chalked full of delicious and nutritious food that can easily be shared with neighbors. It’s a great way to save time at the grocery, while supporting local farmers.
Photo Courtesy of B-Line Delivery.
B-Line is featured on Groupon today! The G-team is supporting their B-shares program to deliver healthy food to people in need! Learn more at b-shares and join us in supporting their Groupon campaign today through Thursday! Sign on as a G-team supporter and be registered to win a $100 gift card to Whole Foods Market on April 21. Sign on here.
Hey Portland! Have you checked out SoupCycle? SoupCycle is a local company dedicated to supporting local farmers and providing quality soups delivered by bike. Currently, SoupCycle delivers to Indigo every Wednesday. Learn more about Soup Cycle and explore the various flavors.
For additional information and ticket sales please visit Wanderlust Circus. Enjoy the show!
Please join us in Indigo’s Rooftop Sapphire Lounge or Studio 12 for Superbowl XLV, Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 3:30pm. Come root on your favorite team and cheer them on as the big game starts! Residents and their guests are welcome to attend. Indigo will be providing snacks, BYOB.
“This winter event held February the 4th and 5th 2011 is a celebration of all things Oregon, but most specifically our wonderful Oregon seafood and wines. Scheduled in the quiet of winter, and smack dab in the middle of the Dungeness Crab season, it promises to be a popular event in Portland, the gateway to the Oregon coast and the Oregon wine country. The event will be a very upscale yet festive event at the Oregon Convention Center, promising a climate-controlled facility with lots of on-site and surrounding parking”. -Via Portland Seafood and Wine Festival