Breakfast in Bridgetown [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Breakfast in Bridgetown," now in an updated second edition for 2011, is the definitive guide to Portland, Oregon’s favorite meal.

The Oregonian newspaper called the 2008 first edition “indispensable,” and the new “Second Serving” has even more restaurant descriptions in it. Also new for this edition are helpful maps, plus sections on food carts, ethnic breakfasts, and some out-of-town favorites.

Written by a longtime travel writer, this ...
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Breakfast in Bridgetown

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Overview

"Breakfast in Bridgetown," now in an updated second edition for 2011, is the definitive guide to Portland, Oregon’s favorite meal.

The Oregonian newspaper called the 2008 first edition “indispensable,” and the new “Second Serving” has even more restaurant descriptions in it. Also new for this edition are helpful maps, plus sections on food carts, ethnic breakfasts, and some out-of-town favorites.

Written by a longtime travel writer, this isn’t a book of food criticism; it’s a funny, entertaining and informative guide to how and where Portland eats breakfast.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012387035
  • Publisher: Bacon and Eggs Press
  • Publication date: 4/14/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 294
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Paul Gerald grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, and started his writing career as a sports writer and copy editor while in school at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He has worked for the Dallas Times Herald, Santa Barbara News-Press, Memphis Commercial Appeal, Memphis Flyer, Willamette Week and The Oregonian.

He moved to Portland in 1996, and since then has written three books for Menasha Ridge Press: 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Portland, Day and Overnight Hikes on Oregon’s Pacific Crest Trail, and Best in Tent Camping in Oregon.

In 2008 he founded Bacon and Eggs Press and published the first edition of Breakfast in Bridgetown: The Definitive Guide to Portland’s Favorite Meal. The “second serving” arrived in 2010, followed soon after by an iPhone app, and this month an e-book version will be available.
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