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A variety of the West Coast ice creamery Salt & Straw's unique flavors. The company offers interesting combos like Pistachio with Saffron, and Hibiscus and Coconut.

Salt & Straw coming to Waterfront Vancouver; Portland’s famous ice cream shop will open in early 2024

A variety of the West Coast ice creamery Salt & Straw's unique flavors. The company offers interesting combos like Pistachio with Saffron, and Hibiscus and Coconut.

October 9, 2023, 5:17pm Business

Portland ice cream icon Salt & Straw announced Monday that it's set to open a Vancouver outpost early next year at the Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

Fresh to Death from Vice Beer (Rachel Pinsky)

Clark County brewers make the most of seasonal hops

Fresh to Death from Vice Beer (Rachel Pinsky)

September 15, 2023, 6:07am Business

In late August and early September local brewers drive to Willamette Valley hop farms to fill up their rigs with fresh hops, then quickly return to throw their loads into brewing tanks. These expeditions take on the feel of a rural Pacific Northwest version of the car chase scene in… Read story

Health Inspections: Reported Aug. 28 – Sept. 1

September 8, 2023, 5:59am Clark County Health

Clark County health inspections reported Aug. 28 - Sept. 1. Read story

Fortside Brewing head brewer Paul Thurston measures out a bag of Vienna malt on Thursday at Fortside Brewing in central Vancouver. Fortside Brewing was a plaintiff in a 2022 lawsuit over Oregon's restrictions on Washington brewers selling their products in Oregon.

Vancouver’s Fortside Brewing, other Washington breweries prevail in lawsuit against Oregon

Fortside Brewing head brewer Paul Thurston measures out a bag of Vienna malt on Thursday at Fortside Brewing in central Vancouver. Fortside Brewing was a plaintiff in a 2022 lawsuit over Oregon's restrictions on Washington brewers selling their products in Oregon.

September 5, 2023, 6:07am Business

A lawsuit victory and a new Oregon state law has opened the door for Washington brewers to sell beer directly to customers in Oregon. Read story

Manager Betzaira Rodriguez cleans up the food cart after a rush Wednesday at the Maya Fruits and Juice Bar food cart on Northeast Andresen Road. Triple-digit temperatures have made operating food carts difficult.

Workers in Clark County toil away amid extreme heat

Manager Betzaira Rodriguez cleans up the food cart after a rush Wednesday at the Maya Fruits and Juice Bar food cart on Northeast Andresen Road. Triple-digit temperatures have made operating food carts difficult.

August 17, 2023, 6:08am Business

Betzaira Rodriguez leaned down to the Maya Fruits and Juice Bar window to take a family’s order. Read story

Restaurateur Genaro Zurita Amaro helps prepare for the lunch rush in the kitchen at Gustav's in east Vancouver. Zurita Amaro got his start at a German restaurant in Portland.

Vancouver restaurateur Genaro Zurita Amaro has full plate with Amaro’s Table, Cecilia, Gustav’s

Restaurateur Genaro Zurita Amaro helps prepare for the lunch rush in the kitchen at Gustav's in east Vancouver. Zurita Amaro got his start at a German restaurant in Portland.

August 11, 2023, 6:04am Business

Genaro Zurita Amaro loved visiting his grandparents’ ranch outside of his hometown Cuernavaca, Mexico. He was fascinated by the scents wafting from his grandma Cecilia’s kitchen, but that wasn’t a place for boys. He finally found his way to a professional kitchen as a young man in Portland. Three decades… Read story

Gustav's new menu includes dishes pictured here like a New York strip steak, clockwise from left, stuffed cabbage rolls, garlic cheese bread, chicken schnitzel, German meatballs in a caper sauce with spaetzle and potato pancakes.

Gustav’s new owners strive to ‘make things better’ at east Vancouver restaurant

Gustav's new menu includes dishes pictured here like a New York strip steak, clockwise from left, stuffed cabbage rolls, garlic cheese bread, chicken schnitzel, German meatballs in a caper sauce with spaetzle and potato pancakes.

August 1, 2023, 6:04am Business

Longtime German favorite Gustav’s is under new ownership. And the owners are familiar faces to those in Vancouver’s foodie community: Genaro Zurita Amaro and Jesus Amaro, owners of Amaro’s Table and Cecilia. Read story

(Will Campbell/The Columbian)

Vice Beer plans ‘A Little Vice’ – a tiny downtown Vancouver taphouse

(Will Campbell/The Columbian)

July 7, 2023, 5:56am Business

A new taphouse from Vancouver brewery Vice Beer is opening in downtown Vancouver at 701 Main St. on July 14. Read story

Sweet Intention gift boutique helps shoppers gear up for Mother's Day with a selection of gift ideas, as seen in downtown Camas on Thursday afternoon.

Clark County businesses get busy for Mother’s Day

Sweet Intention gift boutique helps shoppers gear up for Mother's Day with a selection of gift ideas, as seen in downtown Camas on Thursday afternoon.

May 12, 2023, 6:07am Business

While moms across the nation are looking forward to what likely they all hope to be a universal day of rest on Mother’s Day, Clark County’s retailers and restaurants may not be so lucky. Read story

Feast 316 evolving very tastefully in Camas

May 12, 2023, 6:00am Clark County Life

Tim and Melissa McCusker recently made some changes to their chic yet cozy downtown Camas spot Feast 316. They redecorated the front room and revamped the menu to feature shareables like their newer restaurant, The Sedgwick in downtown Vancouver. Read story