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Here’s what’s new on the culinary scene

pflücke – Bavarian Grillhaus and Biergarten


There’s a new bratwurst in town. Northwest Crossing’s newest culinary addition is now open for full-service dining, takeout and local delivery. The Grillhaus and Biergarten is serving up traditional sausage paired with housemade mustards and a wide variety of craft brews, making for a pfün evening out with pfrïends. The menu includes Bavarian “comfort food” from Spätzle (German spelt grain dumplings in a creamy bier cheese sauce) to the Crown Platter, a four-person meal that includes haus grilled sausages, Bavarian breads, mustards, cheese, kraut and a variety of other accoutrements. The microbrewery inspired menu also includes rotating flights of local beer and cider.


click to enlarge Few things pair better with cold craft brews than a homemade sausage flight and mustard flight. - PHOTO COURTESY OF PFLÜCKE
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  • Few things pair better with cold craft brews than a homemade sausage flight and mustard flight.

South yo Mouth



Even if you decide not to staycate at the Signature Bend hotel at 1413 NE 3rd St., you can still take advantage of the hotel’s new food cart, South yo Mouth. The southern-inspired BBQ truck serves up a range of portobello-centric vegetarian fare, from Mac & Cheese with smoked mushrooms to No Pork Sliders made with BBQ sauce-smothered portobellos, house made slaw and pickled red onions. Smoked ‘Shroom Tacos are a steal at six for $10. The Youngins menu is not limited based on age, but is also available to those young at heart (and maybe a little less peckish). Grab a meal and enjoy it by the Signature fire pits, along with a $5 pour from one of nine local taps inside the Signature lobby.

Pumpkin Spice Time!!!



It isn’t quite September, but Sisters’ own Laird Superfood has just reintroduced its Pumpkin Spice Superfood Creamer, a plant-based, guilt-free alternative to the coveted seasonal treat.

“Our Pumpkin Spice Superfood Creamer, which has been a fan favorite, is made from naturally sourced ingredients and costs less than buying a latte. We want consumers to have the opportunity to enjoy the taste of the season with extra nourishment – guilt-free,” said Paul Hodge, CEO and co-founder of Laird Superfood in a recent press release. Insider’s tip: this creamer isn’t just for coffee: it also adds some healthy, festive spice to tea and smoothies.

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Cayla Clark

Cayla graduated from UCLA with a degree in playwriting, soon after realizing that playwriting is not a viable career option. Fortunately, this led her to journalism, and she is thrilled to be part of such a unique and fun-loving team. Upcoming local events? Send them her way!
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