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1785 days ago

Coffee is a staple in my diet, so it only makes sense that I would turn to Kopi Luwak Direct for my morning perk. I love the taste, the customer service and the ease to place an order. Ultimately, they are just fantastic in every way. I can't believe how good it tastes.

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2873 days ago

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3256 days ago

The food is always good! Service is overall good!

Keep up the good work.!

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3591 days ago

This is the best coffee in town! And that's really saying something... I've lived in portland my entire life and of all the coffee shops I've been to, this is the one I recommend. Fast, friendly service... and more importantly, great tasting coffee.

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3903 days ago

Here's what I had to say about Thriftway in my recent blog post about choosing your grocery store in the Portland-area:

"What they sell: Local, healthy, organic, and specialty foods. Brand names.

The Pros: A hybrid somewhere between New Seasons and Safeway, Thriftway offers a lot of options. You can pick up your favorite brand names and local products all at one store. The traditional supermarket environment without any "membership cards."

The Cons: Stores are mostly on the west side."

For information about other Oregon grocery stores, visit my blog at portlandeconomy.blogspot.com

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3903 days ago

Here's what I had say about New Seasons in my recent blog post: "What they sell: Local, healthy, organic, and specialty foods. New Seasons focuses on "home grown" foods and handcrafted soaps, candles, greeting cards, etc made by local artists. The whole concept revolves around keeping your dollars here in Oregon. The Pros: New Seasons is similar to Whole Foods except that they are local and privately owned. They might not be everywhere, but it's not too hard to find a New Seasons. They offer a wide range of products, so it's likely they will have what you are looking for. New Seasons offers online shopping with delivery or pickup options. Unlike Safeway, you don't have to give out your information until you are ready to place your order. They are also active in the community, giving a good portion of their earnings (some even post-taxes) to a large list of charities that are noted on their website. My favorite part, New Seasons makes it very clear where they are getting their products both on their website and in their stores. The Cons: Some products can be a bit spendy, but like Whole Foods, you can easily find things you need at reasonable prices." For more information about Oregon grocery stores, visit my blog: portlandeconomy.blogspot.com

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3991 days ago

We are very lucky to have these guys move into the Mtn. Park area. Not only do they serve great coffee and ice cream (among other great stuff), they are very cool and have great taste in music. From the first time I walked in I was greeted with a huge smile, a wonderful cup of coffee (at a great price) and a great chat with one of the owners. If you're in the neighborhood drop by, you're in for a treat.

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3992 days ago

I've been here for several "birthday lunches" with girl friends and have always found the food fresh, delicious and nicely presented. We like eating outside under cover and close to the heat lamps. The inside is dark and cave like which probably appeals to the bar lovers. I'm taking a friend there for a birthday dinner this week. It will be my first dinner instead of lunch. I'm expecting it to be just as good.

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3999 days ago

Stumptown Coffee ROCKS! I love them, and the new store Baristadors Coffee on 11136 SW Capitol Hwy in Portland is AWESOME!!!

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4014 days ago

This is by far my favorite coffee and mocha place and has been consistently my favorite for many years. Also they use real whipped cream not that nasty sugar oil non-dairy product. They have a frequent customer card and are always pleasant.

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