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Portland's Upcoming Food Hall Names Tenants; Joel Stocks is 2015 Eater Young Gun

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Pine Street Market
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DOWNTOWN — Portland's upcoming Pine Street Market, the 10,000-square-foot food hall slated to open in November, has signed five high-profile tenants. The latest to come on board is Andina, the Pearl District's popular upscale Peruvian spot. Peter Platt, who runs Andina with his family, says it will offer lunch, dinner and late night snacks, with a slimmed down menu of Andina favorites and plenty of craft cocktails. The others tenants are Olympia Provisions, Barista, Hopworks Urban Brewery and a bread and pastries spot by Ken Forkish.

EASTSIDEOne of Portland's most popular and hard to get into weekend brunch spots is now offering brunch during the weekdayScreen Door, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in August, will offer its line-worthy Southern-inspired brunch menu Mondaythrough Friday, plus a lunch menu centered around more than a dozen sandwiches like muffalettas and po'boys, plus salads and vegetable-centric dishes.

EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL — Holdfast Dining's Joel Stocks just earned the distinction of being named a 2015 Eater Young Gun. The 27-year-old chef is a Portland native who has been cooking professionally since he was a freshman in high school. Seriously. The culinary wunderkind has a one-track mind, and you can read all about it here.

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