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A sign directs customers to the Burgerville restaurant on Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard.

Burgerville gets court’s OK in data-breach suit

A sign directs customers to the Burgerville restaurant on Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard.

May 16, 2020, 5:58am Business

Burgerville has received court approval to settle a class-action lawsuit stemming from a cybersecurity breach that exposed customers' credit card information. The proposed settlement was first announced in November, and received final approval Friday in Multnomah County Circuit Court. Read story

Leah Jackson, owner of Niche Wine Bar, waits for a delivery on Wednesday afternoon. Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle has floated the idea of turning street parking spaces into "parklets" where restaurants can place extra outdoor seating. Jackson said she supports that idea, which would allow her to have an additional two or three outdoor tables.

‘Parklets’ eyed to aid Vancouver eateries

Leah Jackson, owner of Niche Wine Bar, waits for a delivery on Wednesday afternoon. Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle has floated the idea of turning street parking spaces into "parklets" where restaurants can place extra outdoor seating. Jackson said she supports that idea, which would allow her to have an additional two or three outdoor tables.

May 13, 2020, 5:11pm Business

Clark County is still firmly in Phase 1 of Washington’s gradual reopening plan, but local officials have begun to brainstorm ideas for how to handle Phase 2, which will include a partial reopening of restaurant dining spaces. Read story

An empty parking lot on the evening of March 27 fronted Joe's Crab Shack, which announced its permanent closure on Monday, another restaurant casualty of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Joe’s Crab Shack closes permanently

An empty parking lot on the evening of March 27 fronted Joe's Crab Shack, which announced its permanent closure on Monday, another restaurant casualty of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

May 11, 2020, 2:45pm Business

Joe’s Crab Shack on Vancouver’s waterfront has closed permanently, its parent company announced Monday. Read story

Amy Matsumoto, left, and Daisuke Matsumoto are opening an authentic Neapolitan-style pizzeria in March at brick-and-mortar location at 3000 S.E. 164th Ave., Suite 107, Vancouver.

Pizzeria La Sorrentina outgrows cart, will open restaurant

Amy Matsumoto, left, and Daisuke Matsumoto are opening an authentic Neapolitan-style pizzeria in March at brick-and-mortar location at 3000 S.E. 164th Ave., Suite 107, Vancouver.

February 10, 2020, 5:39pm Business

Until last year, Hazel Dell had a blue food cart named Pizzeria La Sorrentina, where owner Daisuke Matsumoto baked highly acclaimed, Neapolitan-style pizza: softer crust and a more liquid tomato sauce than most styles of pizza. Read story

Clark Asks: The fate of the totem pole at closed eatery piques interest

September 25, 2019, 6:05am Clark County News

The Totem Pole Restaurant has long since given up its place “On the 99 strip” to new development, but memories of the landmark eatery are lasting longer than a slice of its deep-dish Chehalem blackberry pie or bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Read story

Red-Eyed Boar Chili with pickled shiitake mushrooms at Slow Fox Chili Parlor.

Food & Drink: Chef opens Midwestern chili parlor in downtown Vancouver

Red-Eyed Boar Chili with pickled shiitake mushrooms at Slow Fox Chili Parlor.

September 13, 2019, 6:06am Clark County Life

Can a fox be slow? Will a Cincinnati chili parlor work in the Pacific Northwest? These are some of the many mysteries of Slow Fox Chili Parlor, which recently opened in the Columbia Food Park on Seventh Street between Main and Broadway in downtown Vancouver. Read story

Jorge’s Tequila Factory opened in downtown Vancouver in 2013, the third Mexican food restaurant from Jorge Castro. He’s since opened three more, and now he plans to move the downtown location to the Waterfront Vancouver and reopen it as Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine.

Jorge’s coming to Waterfront Vancouver in 2020; downtown location will close

Jorge’s Tequila Factory opened in downtown Vancouver in 2013, the third Mexican food restaurant from Jorge Castro. He’s since opened three more, and now he plans to move the downtown location to the Waterfront Vancouver and reopen it as Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine.

August 20, 2019, 4:56pm Business

There’s a new restaurant coming to The Waterfront Vancouver, and the name is likely familiar to downtown Vancouver residents. Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine will open in the spring on the second floor of the Jean Building at 777 Waterfront Way, above WildFin American Grill. Read story

Ali Cohen, left, is assisted by Jim Rowe of Slow Fox Chili Parlor as she completes her lunch order at the Columbia Food Park on Tuesday afternoon.

Columbia Food Park in downtown Vancouver tasting success

Ali Cohen, left, is assisted by Jim Rowe of Slow Fox Chili Parlor as she completes her lunch order at the Columbia Food Park on Tuesday afternoon.

August 18, 2019, 6:04am Business

The vision for downtown Vancouver’s Columbia Food Park has always been clear: transform the abandoned bus station waiting area on Seventh Street into an outdoor food destination and community hangout. Read story

A sign greets customers at the Burgerville restaurant along Southeast McGillivray Boulevard.

Vancouver-based Burgerville adds holiday pay for employees

A sign greets customers at the Burgerville restaurant along Southeast McGillivray Boulevard.

August 14, 2019, 5:43pm Business

Vancouver-based fast food chain Burgerville announced Wednesday that it will implement new holiday pay rates for employees at its 41 restaurants. Read story

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

Vancouver’s Downtown Association announces new director

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

August 8, 2019, 4:43pm Business

Michael Walker has been hired as the new executive director of Vancouver’s Downtown Association, succeeding Steve Becker, who retired in late December. Walker’s tenure officially began Aug. 1, according to a press release sent out by the association on Thursday. Read story