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Other titles in the Rather Portland: A Compendium of Desirable Independent Eating + Shopping Establishments series:
Eat.Shop.Portland: The Indispensible Guide to Stylishly Unique, Locally Owned Eating and Shoppingby Kaie Wellman
Synopses & Reviews
The eat.shop guides are unique as they focus on just, yes, eating and shopping. Whether you are traveling to a city for the first time or you're a local — these guides are a must have for those who want to know about the interesting, the eclectic, the new and old, the chic and funky.
The guides are noted for their clean and modern design, luscious photography, witty travelogues and perfect throw in your bag size and they feature only locally owned businesses that are in the urban core. Most importantly, you don't have to worry about slogging through a zillion listings — just 90 carefully chosen gems are featured by the author who does all of the research, writing and photography.
Wellman, publisher of the eat.shop guide series, provides a listing of more than 90 spectacularly original businesses that encapsulate Portland.
With a modern layout and luscious photographs, these city-specific guides unearth distinctive, locally-owned and operated eating and shopping destinations. Designed for both locals and tourists, these indispensable tools feature listings to more than 90 spectacularly original businesses that encapsulate the core character of each given city. Ideally sized for backpacks or purses, each guide also features easy-to-read maps and hotel suggestions.
About the Author
Kaie Wellman is the founder of Cabazon Books, the publisher of the eat.shop guides series. She is the author of eat.shop.austin, eat.shop.la, eat.shop.seattle, and eat.shop.san francisco and an award-winning graphic designer. She lives in Portland, Oregon.
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