Portland’s Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Sticky hands, temper tantrums, and picky eaters are welcome at these 24 eateries. By Eat Beat Team 1/25/2017  /  Published in the February 2017 issue of Portland Monthly Mother’s Bistro Cookbook author and comfort-food matriarch Lisa Schroeder serves all the classics Mom used to make—that is, if your mom put smoked salmon and caramelized onions [ … ]

Top 7 Dog Friendly Restaurants in Portland, OR

19 December 2016 Here are our top 7 dog friendly restaurants in Portland, OR. Do you know any more restaurants that welcome dogs? Let us know in the comment section and we are happy to update our list 4. Mother’s Bistro & Bar 212 SW Stark St, Portland, OR, US, 97204 (503) 464-1122 mothersbistro.com  Facebook Page Homey cafe [ … ]

The 10 Best Late Breakfast And Brunch Spots In Portland, Oregon

MARCELINA MORFIN  /  UPDATED: 31 OCTOBER 2016 As the largest city in Oregon, Portland is not only thriving when it comes to arts and culture but has a booming restaurant scene as well. A foodie’s paradise, brunch is huge in this Pacific Northwest city, from farm-to-table restaurants to fast-casual cafés. From regional American to Swedish [ … ]

The foodie’s guide to seeing Portland

BY CHLOE SCHNEIDER  /  APR 06, 2016 If there’s one thing hipsters know, it’s food. Food that looks good, food that tastes fresh, food that’s sustainable, food that brings people together … you name it, those bearded, beanie-clad cycling-enthusiasts got it covered. So, it’s really no surprise that hipster mecca – Portland, Oregon – is [ … ]

Spending Two Perfect Days In Portland, Oregon

By Forbes Travel Guide Correspondent Melissa Wilmot  /  SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 Whether you spend two days or a whole week in Portland, Oregon, you’ll never feel like you had enough time exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of this city on the banks of the Willamette River. Of course, the hope is that you soak [ … ]

Spotted in Portland: Ziggy Marley at Mother’s Bistro

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 Byron Beck, GoLocalPDX Features Editor On Saturday night Ziggy Marley played a sold-out show in the west hills of Portland at the Oregon Zoo. Prior to the show Marley and his family needed to eat. That’s perhaps why they were spotted having brunch at Mother’s Bistro & Bar in downtown Portland. [ … ]

4 Secrets for Survival With a New Restaurant

EMILY STARBUCK CRONE April 24, 2015 At NerdWallet, we strive to help you make financial decisions with confidence. To do this, many or all of the products featured here are from our partners. However, this doesn’t influence our evaluations. Our opinions are our own. The myth that it’s nearly impossible for a restaurant to succeed [ … ]

Mother’s Schroeder Shares 15 Lessons From 15 Years in Business

Tuesday, March 03, 2015  /  Byron Beck, GoLocalPDX Features Editor Chef Lisa Schroeder gave birth to Mother’s Bistro & Bar fifteen years ago. So how does a restaurant like Mother’s not only survive, but thrive after fifteen years in a location where few businesses had managed to stay open let alone succeed?  And how did [ … ]

Mother of Reinvention: Lisa Schroeder on Comfort Food, Tenacity, and Celebrity Love Letters

The food scene’s resident mom celebrates 15 years in business. by Chad Walsh Feb 26, 2015 Lisa Schroeder didn’t intend to become a chef and a restaurateur — she’d always seen herself becoming a lawyer. But law school never happened. Instead, she entered the world of corporate marketing, developing and marketing products for Weight Watchers [ … ]