Jason Staats is a native Oregonian with a degree in hospitality and extensive background in the restaurant and tourism sectors. He is a former President of the Portland Concierge Association, current board member of the Pacific NW Experience, President of the Where To Eat Guide and an influencer in the broader hospitality communities of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and beyond. Jason loves to cook and has a passion for travel. His favorite annual events are Feast, Taste Washington, Savor Idaho and Treefort. You may follow Jason on Twitter and Instagram: @Jason_Staats.
Today Governor Kate Brown announced Executive Order 20-12, effective immediately until further notice. Under this new order, take-out and delivery from restaurants and bars are still be allowed throughout the state. We recently came across this list put together by the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Keep in mind that the information may change or become inaccurate at any time, so Continue Reading
As a hip and trendy city, it is no surprise that Boise has an abundance of fun and affordable happy hours. If you are looking for the best place to wind down your workday or to kick off your night out on the town, be sure to consider these five friendly locations for your next happy hour Boise dining. Barbacoa: Continue Reading
Coming March 14th Bacon Eggs & Kegs will be back in back in Seattle. This annual event features everything from beers and Bloody Mary’s to food trucks, games and live music. Proceeds for the event benefits Northwest Harvest that focuses on equitable access to nutritious food for all. I had such a great time attending this event last year that Continue Reading
Trillium Restaurant begins its Plate + Pour Series, an event in coalition with the Idaho Wine Commission and The Grove Hotel on January 15th, 2020. The Plate + Pour is a bi-monthly event featuring local Idaho Wineries and bites provided by Trillium. Guests are invited to stop by for this complimentary event and taste Trillium’s locally sourced food and taste a Continue Reading
Los Angeles’ diverse and ever-changing restaurant scene keeps foodies on their toes, as there’s always something new to excite even the blandest palate. From cozy bistros that serve comfort food to pop up restaurants that serve wildly creative meals, the possibilities are endless if you’re planning to go on a food trip in LA. For those who are traveling with children and Continue Reading