💉 What happens to leftover vaccines?
Plus, some truly delicious news.
Thank you to Monica D. and Suzanne V. for sharing more Asian American Pacific Islander-owned businesses to support here in Portland!
Monica wants you to know about the Behind the Museum Cafe, and the wonderfulness it brings to the table.
This cafe specializes in traditional Japanese tea and food, as well as antiques, arts and crafts. Owner Tomoe Horibuchi strives to bring true hospitality through the cafe’s menu, interior design, and customer service. You can find the Behind the Museum Cafe behind the Portland Art Museum (naturally), right downtown.
Suzanne wants to share a favorite Filipino bakery with you: the St. Barbara Pinoy Bakery.
“I grew up in the Philippines,” Suzanne told us. “The baked items are so fresh and delicious. I highly recommend the pandesal, ensaymada, and halo halo for anyone who wants to taste the traditional delights enjoyed daily in the Philippine Islands.”
Make time in your day to stop by these awesome eateries, support them, and show them love. Please keep sending in your suggestions for AAPI-owned businesses here in PDX to support, and we will highlight them in upcoming newsletters.
For today’s news: How the job market will look post-pandemic, what happens to leftover vaccines, a happy birthday to an Oregon Zoo penguin, a square off between the city and the feds, and a very tasty news blurb.
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