Yes, Restaurants of the Year are usually about what's new. We caught up with The Oregonian's Michael Russell to see how he thinks his ROY picks have stood the test of time. This week's Soundbite.
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He co-owner and GM of two of Portland's best restaurants. Both will have gone gratuity-free. Andy discusses why that decision was made in response to changing wage laws.
Michael Russell has been The Oregonian/Oregon Live's chief food critic since 2011. He recently made news by announcing that he will no longer strive to maintain his anonymity as part of being a reviewer.
In his first interview ever, we delve into the ins and outs of restaurant criticism with Mr. Russell, as well as some specific thoughts about Portland restaurants and its food scene.
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Music: "I Can't Stand the Rain" by Arielle Verinis.
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