A Fairmount Date Night

For years I have been hearing how Beppe & Gianni’s Trattoria is the best Italian food in Eugene hands down. so when my fiance’ had a craving for lasagna I knew exactly where to take her. We went around 5:30pm on a Tuesday night and were seated almost immediately with no reservation. The restaurant itself appeared to be old craftsman style home that has been converted by an architect to accommodate the restaurant.

Our servers were very attentive serving complimentary bread with vinegar and oil. They possess an extensive wine list, however neither of us had a glass this particular night. For our appetizer we shared the Antipasto Della Casa, an assortment of cured meats, cheeses, and marinated vegetables. For our main course Erika chose the Lasagna (of course) which she described as rich and creamy filled with hamburger and Italian sausage. I went with Capelli D’Angelo Alla Mediteranea, which is angel hair pasta with sea scallops and shrimp! The sea food was very fresh and sauteed to perfection!

I can certainly see how they recieved an excellent reputation for being authentic. For a 2 person dinner I felt the price was reasonable as well, even with a hefty tip our meal came in under $70.  The only element that I didn’t find appealing was perhaps how loud it was inside the restaurant itself, but maybe that’s just the Italian way!

After dinner we scampered across the street to the new Sweet Life called Sweet Life Petite. It was everything you’d expect from Sweet Life except the lines were a lot shorter! After surveying the options we went with the strawberry cheesecake and shared a hot cocoa. The girls behind the counter were particularly sweet and cheery. I would recommend to anyone tired of waiting in line at their parent location to skip across town and head into the Sweet Life Petite location. Just be prepared to take your dessert with you during the winter months, because they only have outdoor seating. Which was fine with us, after a long day we were ready to cuddle on the couch and watch a movie!

What is your favorite date night location? I’d love to hear about your experience in the comments below…

Here are the links to places we visited;

https://www.beppeandgiannis.net/menu.html

http://sweetlifedesserts.com/blog/19th-street

Beppe & Gianni’s has won best Italian food in Eugene from several sources throughout the years.


Posted on December 22, 2017 at 8:50 pm
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The 5 Best Burgers in Eugene/Springfield

I was a little surprised when I saw the Best of Eugene Weekly article that  boasted the 3 best burgers in town, and none of my favorites made the list. So I decided to create my own list, I would love to hear about your favorite burger in the comment section below!

  1. The Meiji Burger– Under valued because of it’s size the Meiji Burger is my personal favorite. It is served on an English Muffin with Japanese pickles, lettuce, onion, and house-made fries. You can taste the quality of the ingredients they use, including the 100% Organic Grass-fed Angus beef! https://www.izakayameiji.com/#menu

My personal favorite the Meiji Burger!

2. The Chow Burger– They have their meat ground fresh everyday, and also bake their own buns. Not to mention they pay homage to the Simpsons with their original name “Moes”. They infuse their bacon with maple syrup, to make every burger a foodies’ delight. If you are a fan of the Artisan Burger you have to try this place! https://openmenu.com/restaurant/d52f5540-8a01-11e2-823b-00163eeae34c

The Chow Burger uses maple marinated bacon on their burger. You can even order a plate of bacon!

3) The Planktown Burger– I always get the Bacon Irish Cheddar Burger, it comes with an 8 oz patty with bacon, Irish cheddar, tomato, lettuce, pickled onion and creamy horseradish sauce. If you haven’t been to Planktown yet I would make plans to go tonight!  http://planktownbrewing.com/menu.html

Make sure you bring your appetite if you want to tackle the Planktown Burger

4. The Board Burger– Michael Autry the owner of Board Restaurant describes their burger as knee deep cattle beef, aged cheddar, arugula, red onion and chipotle bacon jam on a brioche. Be sure and save room for their potato wedge fries with the house made chipotle ketchup! http://www.boardrestaurant.com/menu/

The Board Burger won the Best Burger in Eugene last year from Yelp users

5. The Cornucopia Burger– This burger could have easily been higher on the list, most of you already know they boast the best burger in Eugene via the Eugene Weekly’s “Best of” readers poll. My favorite burger on their menu is the Jeros Bacon Cheese Burger with crisp bacon, your choice of cheese, red onions, and mayo it is a force to be reckoned with! Visit their menu to see the full list of their famous burgers https://www.cornucopiaeugene.com/menu/#award-winning-burgers-vurgers

The Cornucopia Burger won the “Best of” from the Eugene Weekly this year

To see who the other winners were in the Eugene Weekly Best of 2017 visit http://www.eugeneweekly.com/20161103/lead-story/best-eugene-readers-poll-2016-2017


Posted on December 8, 2017 at 7:25 pm
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20 Favorite Oregon Hikes

With so much beauty surrounding us sometimes its hard to know where to go when you want to go for a certain type of hike, here a few different hikes and what they are most known for.

Best Hike for KidsSweet Creek Falls Trail (Near Mapleton / Central Oregon Coast)

Best Waterfall Hike McKenzie River Trail (Central Oregon)

Best Historic HikeFort Stevens (Astoria, North Coast)

Best Oregon Coast HikeCape Perpetua (Yachats, Central Coast)

Best Hike in the MountainsSouth Sister (Central Oregon)

Best Multi-Day HikeThree Sisters Loop (Central Oregon)

Best Snowshoe HikeOdell Lake Overlook (Central Cascades)

Best Hike in the Portland Area HikeEagle Creek Trail (Columbia River Gorge)

Best Salem Area HikeSilver Falls State Park

Best Hike in the Eugene AreaTire Mountain (Oakridge, Central Cascades)

Best Hike in the Bend AreaSmith Rock State Park (Redmond, Central Oregon)

Best Hike in Eastern OregonSteens Mountain

Best Hike in Southern OregonOregon Caves (Cave Junctuion)

Best Challenge HikePacific Crest Trail from Ashland to Bridge of Gods in Hood River (Mt. Hood/The Gorge)

Best Day Hike on the PCTRosary Lakes (Crescent, Central Cascades)

Best Hike to ExploreTillamook Head, start at the trailhead located in Ecola State Park (North Oregon Coast)

Best Hike for Hot SpringsUmpqua Hot Springs (Southern Oregon)

Best Hike for BirdingZumwalt Prairie Reserves (Enterprise, Northeast Oregon)

Best Alter-abled HikeOregon Garden Resort (Williamette Valley)

For these and other great adventure ideas go to https://traveloregon.com/things-to-do/trip-ideas/

 

A view of the Three Sisters


Posted on November 30, 2017 at 2:43 am
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Best of Food and Drink in Eugene

According to the Eugene Weekly reader’s this highlights some of the best restaurants and bars in the Eugene area. Since I have focused on this topic in some of my past blogs. I thought it would be fun to re-post the list for 2017 for some of my readers who may have just moved to town and might be looking to explore the city. Without further ado, here is the Readers Poll Best of Eugene Food and Drink!

Best desserts

1. Sweet Life Patisserie 755 Monroe St., 1609 E. 19th Ave. 683-5676. http://sweetlifedesserts.com.

2. Noisette Pastry Kitchen 200 W. Broadway. 654-5257. http://noisettepk.com.

3. (tie) Market of Choice and Metropol 1060 Green Acres Rd., 344-1901; 1960 Franklin Blvd., 687-1188; 67 W. 29th Ave., 338-8455; 2580 Willakenzie Rd., 345-3349, http://marketofchoice.com; 2538 Willamette St., 465-4730, http://metropolbakery.com.

 

Best food cart

1. Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery 488 Lincoln St. 915-0144. http://danangeatery.com. 

2. Sammitch 591 Willamette. 408-309-2074. http://sammitchtime.com.

3. Kun Fusion 232-9733. http://facebook.com/KunFusionGrill.

 

Best barbecue

1. Papa’s Soul Food Kitchen 400 Blair Blvd. 342-7500. http://papassoulfoodkitchen.com.

2. Hole in the Wall 3200 W. 11th Ave., 683-7378; 1807 Olympic St., Spfd., 726-1200. http://holeinthewallbbq.com.

3. Bill & Tim’s Barbecue 201 E. 13th Ave. 654-0578. http://westrauntconcepts.com.

 

Best burger

1. Cornucopia 295 W. 17th Ave. 485-2300; 207 E. 5th Ave. 485-2300. http://cornucopiaeugene.com.

2. Killer Burger 50 W. Broadway. 636-4731. http://killerburger.biz.

3. Dickie Jo’s 1079-C Valley River. 743-4106. http://waywestrauntconcepts.com.

 

Best Mexican/Latin American

1. Tacovore 530 Blair Blvd. 735-3518. http://tacovorepnw.com.

2. Chapala Mexican Restaurant 136 Oakway Center. 434-6113; 68 W. 29th Ave. 683-5458. http://chapalamex.com.

3. (tie) Membrillo and Belly Taqueria 1530 Willamette St., 458-205-8470; 454 Willamette St., 687-8226, http://eatbelly.com.

 

Best bar grub

1. The Bier Stein 1591 Willamette St. 485-2437. http://thebierstein.com.

2. Horsehead 99 W. Broadway. 683-3154. http://horseheadbareugene.com.

3. Jackalope 453 Willamette St. 485-1519. http://jackalopelounge.com.

The Bier Stein sports 25 beers on tap and about 1,000 in bottles, with a menu highlighting soups and panini sandwiches, and lately, beer pairings. “We just keep doing what we do,” co-owner Kristina Measells says. “We always thought beer was a very approachable thing so, what’s the best thing to pair with that?” Turns out, hot, pressed sandwiches and soups are what everyone wants. Even though moving to a new space three years ago expanded its space from a small storefront with a few tables to 12,000 square feet, the Stein is still overflowing just about any time of day or night. “We have great employees who work really hard and care about all our customers,” Measells says. “For as busy as we are, there’s a lot of love that goes into each plate because it’s our customers that keep us in business.”

Photo: Trask Bedortha

 

 

Best Thai

1. Ta Ra Rin 1200 Oak St. 343-1230. http://tararin.com.

2. Sabai 27 Oakway Center. 654-5424. http://sabaicafe.com.

3. Tasty Thai 1308 Hilyard St. 343-0165. http://tastythaicampus.com.

 

Best Chinese

1. Kung Fu Bistro 2560 Willamette St. 968-9258. http://facebook.com/kungfubistroeugene.

2. Lok Yaun Restaurant 3000 W. 11th Ave. 345-7448. http://lokyaunrestaurant.com.

3. Twin Dragon Restaurant 919 River Rd. 688-5481. http://twin-dragon-restaurant.com.

 

Best new restaurant

1. Sundial Cafe 2435 Hilyard St. 636-3838. http://sundialcafeeugene.com.

2. Rain Northwest 1190 City View St. 246-8070..http://rainnw.com

3. (tie) Board and Novo Latin Table 394 Blair Blvd., 343-3023, http://boardrestaurant.com; 105 Oakway Center, 654-8165, .http://novolatintable.com

Eugene’s new gluten-free restaurant won out among restaurant newcomers this year. A project of Eugene chef Alex Moon, Sundial hit the Eugene dining scene in May, and Moon says it’s been doing great ever since. “I couldn’t be happier,” she says. Don’t let the “gluten-free” part worry you: Sundial’s food is anything but restrictive. “The Emerald City” dish boasts a Cajun-spiced chicken breast with Swiss cheese and bacon, while the “Crater Lake” is a gooey vegan macaroni and cheese. But definitely save room for dessert — a generous pile of sweet potato fries, oozing with coconut whipped cream, chocolate sauce and peanut butter. Who needs gluten, anyways?

Photo: Todd Cooper

 

Best restaurant

1. (tie) Izakaya Meiji and Marché 345 Van Buren St., 505-8804, http://izakayameiji.com; 296 E. 5th Ave. #226, 342-3612, http://marcherestaurant.com.

2. Café Soriah 384 W. 13th Ave. 342-4410. http://cafesoriah.com.

3. Sabai 27 Oakway Center. 654-5424. http://sabaicafe.com.

French-inspired, farm-to-table cuisine and tapas-style, Japanese dishes — you love them both. Marché has provided Eugene with a reliable up-scale dining experience for more than 15 years, tucked into the Fifth Street Public Market, and it’s always trying something new. While Izakaya Meiji is not only popular for its comfy atmosphere and amazingly satisfying menu, but it also won best mixed drinks. We’re glad to have both in Eugene.

Photo: Trask Bedortha

 

 

Best hangover breakfast

1. Brails 1689 Willamette St. 343-1542. http://brailseugene.com.

2. Glenwood Restaurant 1340 Alder St., 687-0355; 2588 Willamette St., 687-8201, http://glenwoodrestaurants.com.

3. Morning Glory 450 Willamette St. 687-0709. http://Morninggloryeugene.com.

 

 

Best cheap eats

1. Burrito Boy 2511 W. 11th Ave., 338-4219; 510 E. Broadway, 344-8070; 1060 River Rd., 689-7970; 30 W. 10th Ave., 344-5856; 1071 Valley River Dr., 343-8089; 1840 Chambers, 246-8775,http://burritoboy.com.

2. Café Yumm! 730 E. Broadway, 344-9866; 1801 Willamette St., 686-9866; 130 Oakway Center, 465-9866, http://cafeyumm.com.

3. Laughing Planet 760 Blair Blvd., 868-0668; 2864 Willamette St., 505-5399, http://laughingplanet.com.

 

Best pizza

1. Mezza Luna 933 Pearl St., 684-8900; 2776 Shadow View Dr., 743-2999; 115 S. 5th St., Spfd. http://mezzalunapizzeria.com.

2. Sizzle Pie 910 Willamette St. 683-7437.http://sizzlepie.com .

3. Pegasus 2864 Willamette St., 344-9931; 790 E. 14th Ave., 344-4471; 4 Oakway Center, 344-0844. http://pegasuspizza.net.

Photo: Todd Cooper

 

Best sushi

1. Mame 541 Blair Blvd. 654-4378.

2. PURE 296 E. 5th Ave. 654-0608. http://pureeugene.com.

3. Sushi Domo 1020 Green Acres Rd., 343-0935; 2835 Oak St., 484-7008. http://sushidomoeugene.com.

If Mame is closed or booked up, fans of this restaurant prefer to skip sushi night entirely rather than go somewhere else. Dropping in for a quick bite at this small spot is not usually an option, as it holds only 17 people and reservations are recommended days in advance. Once you get a seat, give the chef’s choice a try (available at different spending levels) and let chef Taro give you whatever he wants, which might include deep fried squid and steak wrapped in bacon with roe and red bean cheesecake for dessert. Great non-sushi food, too. Sit at the bar; chef Taro is always ready for a conversation and will cheerfully accommodate any dietary restrictions.

Photo: Todd Cooper

 

Best comfort food

1. Papa’s Soul Food Kitchen 400 Blair Blvd. 342-7500. http://papassoulfoodkitchen.com.

2. Cornbread Café 1290 W. 7th Ave. 505-9175. http://cornbreadcafe.com.

3. Cornucopia 295 W. 17th Ave., 485-2300; 207 E. 5th Ave., 485-2300, 

   http://cornucopiaeugene.com.

Photo: Athena Delene

 

Best bakery

1. Sweet Life Patisserie 755 Monroe St.; 1609 E. 19th Ave., 683-5676, http://sweetlifedesserts.com.

2. Hideaway Bakery 3377 E. Amazon Dr. 868-1982. http://hideawaybakery.com.

3. Metropol 2538 Willamette St. 465-4730. http://metropolbakery.com. 

 

 

Best local winery

1. Sweet Cheeks Winery 27007 Briggs Hill Rd. 349-9463. http://sweetcheekswinery.com.

2. King Estate 80854 Territorial Hwy. 942-9874. http://kingestate.com.

3. Sarver Winery 25600 Mayola Ln. 935-2979. http://sarverwinery.com.

 

 

Best bar

1. The Wayward Lamb 150 W. Broadway. 654-5106. http://thewaywardlamb.com.

2. Sam Bond’s Garage 407 Blair Blvd. 343-2635. http://sambonds.com.

3. Izakaya Meiji 345 Van Buren St. 505-8804. http://izakayameiji.com.

 

Best local brewery

1. Ninkasi 272 Van Buren St. 344-2739. http://ninkasibrewing.com.

2. Oakshire 207 Madison St. 654-5520. http://oakbrew.com.

3. Hop Valley 980 Kruse Way, Spfd., 744-3330; 990 W. 1st Ave., 585-2337, http://hopvalleybrewing.com.

Photo: Todd Cooper

 

Best tea house

1. Townshend’s 41 W. Broadway. 654-4284. http://townshendstea.com.

2. J-Tea 2778 Friendly St. 357-5492. http://jteainternational.com.

3. (tie) Oolong Bar and The Rabbit Hole 1607 E. 19th Ave., 541-972-3832, http://facebook.com/oolongbarstool; 240 E. 17th Ave., 654-0425, http://facebook.com/TheRabbitHoleTea.

Even on rainy afternoons when downtown Eugene clears out, Townshend’s Tea is always full of cozied-up tea drinkers immersed in their books and laptops. With vintage couches scored from local thrift shops and local art always on display, Townshend’s provides a welcoming nook for Eugene’s tea-loving crowd. For the University of Oregon community, Townshend’s now has a location in the newly remodeled Erb Memorial Union, where students can guzzle kombucha, bubble tea or a traditional Earl grey to their hearts’ content.

Photo: Athena Delene

 

 

Best coffee house

1. Wandering Goat 268 Madison St. 344-5161. http://wanderinggoat.com.

2. Vero Espresso 205 E. 14th Ave. 654-0504. http://Veroespressohouse.com.

3. Dutch Bros. 1633 Coburg Rd.; 2115 Franklin Blvd.; 311 E. 11th Ave., http://dutchbros.com.

 

Best drinks on tap

1. The Bier Stein 1591 Willamette St. 485-2437. http://thebierstein.com.

2. beergarden. 777 W. 6th Ave. 505-9432. http://beergardenme.com.

3. Tap & Growler 207 E. 5th Ave. 505-9751. http://tapandgrowler.com.

 

Best mixed drinks

1. Izakaya Meiji 345 Van Buren St. 505-8804. http://izakayameiji.com. 

2. Rye 444 E. 3rd Ave., 653-8509, http://ryeon3rd.com. 

3. The Vintage 837 Lincoln St. 349-9181. http://thevintageeugene.com. 

Izakaya Meiji does it again, winning Eugene hearts with its undeniably tasty bourbon and gingers and masterfully concocted Meiji mules. Combined with a cozy ambiance and bountiful tapas, Meiji’s drink menu constantly delights.

To read the whole list of the “Best of Eugene” go here http://www.eugeneweekly.com/20161103/lead-story/best-eugene-2016-2017

 

 

 


Posted on November 9, 2017 at 9:25 pm
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A Complete Guide to the Whiteaker – Bars & Restaurants

I received so much feedback from my first article, most of it being on how many extraordinary places I had left out. The first article was a few mentions of my favorite places to visit in the Whiteaker. This is a more of a complete guide to everything that is available in the neighborhood.

 

-Bars-

 

Beergarden

The Beergarden is the quintessential place to get a beer, with over 42 beers on tap you’ll be sure to find your favorite. They are also are home to 3 of your soon to be favorite food carts The Zingaro, Sporks A La Cart, and Loni Moku Grill. Communal tables with indoor or outdoor seating. Beergarden has become a favorite spot to get a beer, or glass of wine. Explore all of their food cart options here http://www.beergardenme.com/food-carts/

Blairally Vintage Arcade

Blairally is just what it sounds like, a vintage arcade with all of your favorite games from the 80’s. Such as Donkey Kong, Pac Man, Ski Ball, and Pin Ball. This is by far the most family friendly establishment I have mentioned so far, up until 9pm you can have children with you. They have ample room to run around and discover the popular games of your youth while you relax and sip on a cocktail or 2. The neighborhood always seems to show up to their 80’s night dance party every Friday night hosted by local dj’s, it’s always a lot of fun. Check here for a schedule of upcoming events https://www.facebook.com/blairallyarcade

Old Nicks Pub

Old Nicks is a friendly neighborhood bar located on the edge of the Whiteaker neighborhood. If you are looking for rock or punk rock music, I think you will be happy here. They have a full bar and a great menu for treats and eats. Check here for upcoming shows http://www.oldnickspub.com/calendar

Sam Bond’s Garage

Sam Bond’s is by far the oldest of these establishments, a true neighborhood bar it is a unique experience. It has all the feel of a neighborhood tavern, but with local artists hanging their works, and a menu that is health conscious. It is truly evolved to be more than just a pub. If you would truly like to catch the magic of Sam Bond’s go for Monday night Bingo hosted by Tom Heinl. This is a local tradition that has been carried on since Sam Bond’s has opened in 1995. Get there early around 8pm or it will be hard to find a seat. Visit http://www.sambonds.com/ for more info.

Sam Bond's front pation

Sam Bond’s has been an institution in the Whiteaker Neighborhood since 1995

 

-Breweries-

 

Hop Valley Brewery

Keeping in tradition of the Emerald Valley being one of the best places in the world to grow hops, Hop Valley only uses local hops. They have a commitment to excellence that is second to none, winning multiple awards their first year in operation. They also make my personal favorite summer beer the Citrus Mistress. Read more about their beer selections here https://www.hopvalleybrewing.com/beer/

Oakshire Brewery

Oakshire is special in many ways, one of those ways is they are a host to one of Eugene’s most popular food cart Buck Buck. Buck Buck has reinvented fried chicken recipes, you will experience flavor in every bite! There is also a Woodstove Pizza Cart open from 5-9. Inside Oakshire you will experience a friendly staff in a rustic environment that is kid friendly. Stop by on a Friday evening and you will see local acoustic musicians playing for no cover. So come on in and bring the whole family http://www.oakbrew.com/public-house/

Ninkasi Brewery

Ninkasi started over 10 years ago over a pint of what we now know as Total Domination IPA. Two friends from Eugene started Ninkasi with a dream of having a brewery that was individually owned and driven by people not products. Their dream is now a reality, and a cornerstone of the craft beer movement. If you’re going to go out for beer tonight, people travel all over just to visit Ninkasi. Learn more here http://www.ninkasibrewing.com

 

 

 

Ninkasi Brewery located at 272 Van Buren

 

 

-Coffee and Sweets- 

 

 

Glass House Coffee Shop

Glass House is located next to Tacovore in the Whit, it is a great place to get coffee on the go, and since they have a liquor license they are one of the only coffee shops in town where you can ask for Kahlua or a Bailey’s Irish Cream in your coffee! Open from 7am- 6pm every day. Hear what their patrons are saying https://www.yelp.com/biz/glass-house-coffee-bar-eugene

Sweet Life Patisserie

Sweet Life is one of the reasons I moved to Eugene back in 2000. I was at the time vegan, and I hadn’t heard of anyone serving vegan desserts. I ordered the vegan cheesecake and was instantly in love. They also happen to have the best Dirty Chai Latte’s in town too. Whatever your favorite dessert is I’m sure you’ll find it here. http://www.sweetlifedesserts.com/

Vanilla Jill’s Scoops and Soups

Vanilla Jill’s is a quaint little ice cream shop in the Whit that focuses on natural seasonal flavors to create their exquisite frozen yogurt. They have a nice backyard patio to host musicians in warmer months. It is the perfect place to come for dessert after dinner. https://www.yelp.com/menu/vanilla-jills-scoops-and-soups-eugene/main-menu

Wandering Goat Coffee Co

A locally owned coffee roaster in Eugene, the roastery is in the heart of Wandering Goat. They are dedicated to the best coffees from all over the world. They have a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for studying, reading, or casual conversation. Learn more here https://wanderinggoat.com/

Sweet Life’s window to dessert heaven

 

 

-Distilleries-

 

 

Heritage Distilling Company

Heritage Distilling Co got its start when their owner distilled his first batch of bourbon in the 7th grade. In April of 2014 HDC became the most award winning craft distillery in North America by the American Distilling Institute. They have now arrived in the Whit with their award winning Brown Sugar Bourbon in hand and ready to pour. Their state of the art facility is fully operational now, so go in and take a tour and watch a game or two, GO DUCKS!! http://heritagedistilling.com/

Thinking Tree Spirits- 

New comer to the group Thinking Tree’s stock is rising, and quickly becoming known as one of the best places to get a crafted cocktail. Not only do they have one of the finest spirits produced in the NW, the also have Eugene Weekly’s voted favorite bartender in Eugene 2 years running Morgan Pharis. His imagination and creativity is second to non when it comes to crafting custom cocktails. http://www.thinkingtreespirits.com/

Thinking Tree Distillery

High Step Street Band performing at the Thinking Tree Distillery

 

 

-Restaurants-

 

 

Board Restaurant

Board is a quaint restaurant located in the heart of the Whiteaker in the old Tiny’s Tavern location. It has a very charming appeal, serving elevated comfort foods, and crafted cocktails, and local wines. They have recently won the Best Burger in Eugene according to Yelp voters. The venison is scrumptious as well, Board makes sharing food with friends easy and fun. They close at 2 am so it is a good place to catch a late night meal. Here is the Yelp link to read more reviews https://www.yelp.com/menu/board-restaurant-eugene-2/item/board-burger

Brails on 5th

The famous Brail’s Restaurant has opened a second location to deal with the demand at their crosstown location. They are famous for being the best hangover breakfast in town according to Eugene Weekly readers. They have classic breakfast choices, I always get the Ham Eggs Benedict(the hollandaise sauce is amazing). They also have the fastest friendliest service in town. be sure and check out their lunch menu as well http://brailseugene.com/

Cornbread Cafe

Known as a Vegan Comfort Food restaurant, foodies who prefer vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free choices flock to this mecca for healthy eaters. Recognized by the Culture Trip as one of the top 10 places to eat in Eugene. I would highly recommend the Mac Uncheese, or the Buffalo Hot Things. If you miss any dishes requiring meat or dairy you can most likely find them recreated here, filled with flavor and none of the guilt. Check out some more of their innovative menu items here http://cornbreadcafe.com/menu.html

Chao Pra Ya Thai Cuisine

Chao Pra Ya is the only Thai restaurant in the Whiteaker, it has a traditional menu. I would recommend the papaya salad, Tom Ka Soup, and the Pad Thai noodles. The decor here is very nice, and the wait staff is fast, courteous, and friendly. Read more reviews here https://www.yelp.com/biz/chao-pra-ya-thai-cuisine-eugene

El Patron Origenes Latin Cuisine and Bar

A classic Mexican restaurant with Peruvian flair, El Patron is a hidden gem among authentic latin restaurants. They have a great wait staff, and keep the chips and guacamole flowing! https://www.yelp.com/biz/el-patron-origenes-latin-cuisine-and-bar-eugene

Falling Sky Delicatessen

The “Best of” is a term that doesn’t get thrown around lightly, However, Falling Sky seems to be attracting more of that attention. Since they have opened their second location, they have earned the title of best BrewPub ( via the Eugene Weekly) to go along with Best Brewery, Best Burger, Best New Business, Best New Restaurant, Best Bar Grub, and Best Place to Drink a Beer Under the Sun. Instead of focusing on classic bar food, the Delicatessen is  offering a menu made up of all house baked, cured, smoked, fermented and brined food running the gamut from Jewish deli classics to American BBQ and Middle Eastern.”  The New School  To see what else Falling Sky is good at visit http://fallingskybrewing.com/           

Fishermans Market

Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Fisherman’s Market has been serving the Eugene area since 1989. Ryan and Debbie Rogers own and operate the Market. They are just some regular folks who happen to love cooking, love fishing and excel equally at both trades. Both Ryan and Debbie are long-time Alaskan fishermen and handle Fisherman’s Market when they’re not fishing in Alaska. Because they have been commercial fishermen for so long the Ryans have developed a lot of strong connections with other skilled fishermen in the industry and pass the benefits on to their valued customers. The Market features a vast selection of the freshest seafood available—often delivered from the boat by the Fisherman’s Market F-350 pickup truck, powered by recycled veggie oil from the Market’s fish and chips fryers. Even if you want to cook at home, stop by and take advantage of the freshest seafood in Eugene! http://eugenefishmarket.com/

Grit Kitchen & Wine

If you are looking for a special restaurant to take a date look no further. Grit has classic appeal, and a beautiful patio for the warmer months. This place has built a menu based on courses known as the fixed four (salads, starters, entrees, and desserts). As a seasonal restaurant it has a constantly rotating menu of local products. The quality however, is always the same. http://gritkitchen.com/

Laughing Planet

Laughing Planet is a quick-service restaurant offering nutritious, affordable, and delicious fare. Their tasty burritos and bowls, soups, salads, smoothies, juices, and homemade cookies will be among your favorites. Through their own mixture of fresh, healthy food; a fun, quirky ambiance; and a daily dose of laughter and inspiration, Laughing Planet is more than a meal. Venture inside a Laughing Planet and in mere seconds, you’re transported to a lively, friendly world. Every café is a meeting spot, and a place to sit and talk with friends. They also have a collection of dinosaurs for the kids to play with which makes this a great spot to grab lunch with the whole family. My favorite is the BBQ Chicken Quesadilla with a side of sour cream and guac. Which one will be your favorite? https://laughingplanetcafe.com/menu/

Mame

Mame is a Whiteaker treasure, voted Best Sushi by Eugene Weekly readers since it’s inception. Mame is know for its freshness and quality. I will forewarn you it only seats 16 people at a time, so if you don’t have a reservation, you won’t get in. I would recommend calling at least 3 days in advance. People ask what I would recommend from the menu, well I would recommend you tell the chef how much you would like to spend, and let him choose for you. If for some reason you find yourself in the Whiteaker craving sushi and Mame is full, walk down the street to Subo Sushi Burrito. They have one of the most popular food carts in the Whit. http://mame.restaurantsnapshot.com/

Meiji’s

Where East meets Country and Western, Meiji is a unique restaurant basing it’s theme on combining eastern food themes with western charm. They have a Cowboy Karaoke night, and if you look in the jukebox you will see names such as Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Johnny Cash. They have one of the best crafted cocktail menu’s in town. My favorite is the Bourbon and Ginger made with a house pressed gingerade. Although the menu has many Japanese themed items such as sushi rolls, miso, and Kushiyaki. I always get their famous hamburger, topped with Japanese pickles and a creamy wasabi mayo, it is my favorite hamburger in Eugene. Check out everything Meiji has to offer here http://www.izakayameiji.com/

Mi Tierra Taqueria

Down-home Mexican cooking & traditional specialties served in a casual, unpretentious locale. Mi Tierra is a family run, locally owned restaurant specializing in authentic Mexican food. They put their heart and soul into making delicious dishes that will keep you coming back. My personal favorite is the Champo Queso, a delicious combination of grilled mushrooms and onions mixed with carne asada, and covered in cheese. Discover your favorite entree http://mitierraeugene.com/

New Day Bakery

New Day Bakery and World Cafe serving the Eugene Community since 1989. Located in the Whiteaker neighborhood on Blair Blvd, they use fresh foods and organic produce locally sourced from the Willamette Valley. They offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day and a wide range of fresh baked goods and freshly squeezed juices made daily.  Enjoy outdoor seating in their non-smoking courtyard in the summer months, and warm freshly baked bread all year round. http://newdaybakery.net/bakery-and-cafe-menu/

Papas Soul Food Kitchen and BBQ

Papa’s is a laid-back barbecue & Cajun restaurant in a converted house with weekend concerts in the backyard, Papas began with humble roots as a food cart. Starting in 2004 they opened a restaurant with indoor/outdoor seating, and a full service bar. Join them every Friday and Saturday for live Blues and Jazz bands. It is hard to find true southern comfort food in Eugene, and Papas is one of the only places in town I can vouch for. As their slogan says, ” BBQ so good it’ll make you slap your mama!” http://www.papassoulfoodkitchen.com/home.html

Pizza Research Institute

Known as a Vegan/Vegetarian pizza establishment PRI is famous for their vegan chef specials. Open 7 nights a week from 5-9 now PRI offers delivery as well. Come in and experience their health conscious creativity tonight, and order a crafted cocktail from their full service bar. http://www.pripizza.com/

Tacovore

Tacovore is an institution of the Whiteaker. If you were to go in at 7pm Friday night you would find a line going out the door. Their commitment to fresh ingredients and innovative recipes is the secret to their success. I always get their Carne Asada tacos made with Pacific NW Grass Fed Beef, and the chips and guacamole. Their margaritas are always made with freshly squeezed limes, and 100% pure agave tequila, it’s a difference you can taste. So go ahead and treat yourself today. http://tacovorepnw.com/

The Sandwich League

Described as meaty cheesy goodeness in a recent review I couldn’t agree more. A glorified food truck, The Sandwich League has its own dining room off of Blair Blvd. They have hamburgers, pulled pork, and stuffed grilled cheese sandwhiches that are to die for! Visit http://www.thesandwichleague.com/ for more menu items.

All the whiskey!

All the whiskey’s available at Meiji

 

-Wineries-

 

Oregon Wine Labs

The Oregon Wine Lab is an urban winery and tasting lounge. They produce the William Rose wines on site, as well as pour wines from other local artisan producers. They host live music every Friday evening, and have a very knowledgeable staff to help broaden your palate and educate you on Eugene’s local wines. They also host a very tasty food cart Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery from 11-2 and 5-8 http://www.oregonwinelab.com/

Territorial Vineyards and Wine Company

A casual wine scene in an intimate, friendly and unpretentious environment. Territorial is a cozy urban retreat that just happens to be the perfect place for taking in live music, enjoying a glass of local artisan beer or cider on tap and of course exploring our broad range of estate-grown wines.  In addition to a revolving selection of guest wines we also feature small plates and snacks. Explore their wine list here http://territorialvineyards.com/wines/

Eugene Wine Cellars

Eugene Wine Cellars LLC. was conceived by Bruce Biehl in 1998, and in 1999 the “Urban Winery” was established in the Whitaker neighborhood near downtown Eugene, Oregon.
The first vintages were bottled and labeled at the winery in the fall of 2001. Bruce has been growing wine grapes all over the state since his beginnings in the fall of 1978. His company AREA Inc. has been developing and managing hundreds of vineyard operations for other growers, wineries and our label ever since then. Stop by the Eugene Wine Cellars tasting room to enjoy our latest vintages, local beers and our delicious sangria. Visit their website for hours and location http://www.eugenewinecellars.com/visit-us.html

 

Oregon Wine Lab

Oregon Wine Lab is one of the newest hot spots in the Whiteaker

There seriously are not enough words to describe all the great venues in the Whiteaker Neighborhood, I didn’t even touch half of the amazing food carts available in the Whit. Perhaps that will be my next article! I hope you found this article helpful and enlightening, until next time!

Your friend in the real estate business, Vince Casey

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 


Posted on September 30, 2017 at 12:14 am
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Whiteaker Hot Spots – Bars and Restaurants

As a relocation specialist and an AirBnB host I often get asked where to go for good eats and treats. After starting to make recommendations I realized how many amazing places the Eugene area has to offer. Starting with my favorite area the Whiteaker.

The Whiteaker is a small area of town with a lot of culture, since Ninkasi moved there over 10 years ago the Whit has become a haven for bar fly’s, foodies, and beer aficionado’s. One by one the area has had new restaurants and eateries spring up and take root in this thriving cultural district.

Sam Bond’s Garage– Sam Bond’s is by far the oldest of these establishments, a true neighborhood bar it is a unique experience. It has all the feel of a neighborhood tavern, but with local artists hanging their works, and a menu that is health conscious. It is truly evolved to be more than just a pub. If you would truly like to catch the magic of Sam Bond’s go for Monday night Bingo hosted by Tom Heinl. This is a local tradition that has been carried on since Sam Bond’s has opened in 1995. Get there early around 8pm or it will be hard to find a seat. Visit http://www.sambonds.com/ for more info.

Tacovore– Tacovore is an institution of the Whiteaker. If you were to go in at 7pm Friday night you would find a line going out the door. Their commitment to fresh ingredients and innovative recipes is the secret to their success. I always get their Carne Asada tacos made with Pacific NW Grass Fed Beef, and the chips and guacamole. Their margaritas are always made with freshly squeezed limes, and 100% pure agave tequila, it’s a difference you can taste. So go ahead and treat yourself today. http://tacovorepnw.com/

Meiji’s– Where East meets Country and Western, Meiji is a unique restaurant basing it’s theme on combining eastern food themes with western charm. They have a Cowboy Karaoke night, and if you look in the jukebox you will see names such as Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Johnny Cash. They have one of the best crafted cocktail menu’s in town. My favorite is the Bourbon and Ginger made with a house pressed gingerade. Although the menu has many Japanese themed items such as sushi rolls, miso, and Kushiyaki. I always get their famous hamburger, topped with Japanese pickles and a creamy wasabi mayo, it is my favorite hamburger in Eugene. Check out everything Meiji has to offer here http://www.izakayameiji.com/

Ninkasi– Ninkasi started over 10 years ago over a pint of what we now know as Total Domination IPA. Two friends from Eugene started Ninkasi with a dream of having a brewery that was individually owned and driven by people not products. Their dream is now a reality, and a cornerstone of the craft beer movement. If you’re going to go out for beer tonight, people travel all over just to visit Ninkasi. Learn more here http://www.ninkasibrewing.com

Blairally Vintage Arcade– Blairally is just what it sounds like, a vintage arcade with all of your favorite games from the 80’s. Such as Donkey Kong, Pac Man, Ski Ball, and Pin Ball. This is by far the most family friendly establishment I have mentioned so far, up until 9pm you can have children with you. They have ample room to run around and discover the popular games of your youth while you relax and sip on a cocktail or 2. The neighborhood always seems to show up to their 80’s night dance party every Friday night hosted by local dj’s, it’s always a lot of fun. Check here for a schedule of upcoming events https://www.facebook.com/blairallyarcade

Thinking Tree Spirits- New comer to the group Thinking Tree’s stock is rising, and quickly becoming known as one of the best places to get a crafted cocktail. Not only do they have one of the finest spirits produced in the NW, the also have Eugene Weekly’s voted favorite bartender in Eugene 2 years running Morgan Pharis. His imagination and creativity is second to non when it comes to crafting custom cocktails. http://www.thinkingtreespirits.com/

Grit– If you are looking for a special restaurant to take a date look no further. Grit has classic appeal, and a beautiful patio for the warmer months. This place has built a menu based on courses known as the fixed four (salads, starters, entrees, and desserts). As a seasonal restaurant it has a constantly rotating menu of local products. The quality however, is always the same.http://gritkitchen.com/

Whether you are looking for a relaxed place to eat, or a little bit of fun nightlife, the Whiteaker is a great spot to visit if you are looking for a new experience.

The Whiteaker has one of the most unique dining experiences on the West Coast, whether you are looking for night life or something family friendly. The Whiteaker has the right place for you.

 

 


Posted on September 23, 2017 at 12:49 am
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Moving to Oregon? I Can Help

 

There are many challenges presented to you when you move into a new home. When you add relocating to a new town, or a new state the list of things to do pile up rather quickly. There are very few agents in Oregon that are committing their time to help their clients relocate. Not only am I committed to the process of helping you become familiar with a new town. I will also personalize the integration with your wants and needs. Whether it is as simple as helping you find your new favorite restaurant, a trustworthy lender, or assisting in networking efforts for your business. I will be behind you 100% during and after our transaction.

With the prices of homes rising to astronomical levels in major cities such as Seattle, San Francisco, and Portland. It makes sense that people are looking for alternative places to live. Eugene has become a popular destination with its relaxed lifestyle. It is close to the mountains and the ocean, there is no sales tax, and the homes here are still well priced for an appreciating market. If you would like to learn more about the Eugene market please feel free to reach out to me anytime with questions, I would be happy to assist you in any way I can.

If you are considering Eugene as your new home be sure and visit the Eugene Chamber of Commerce website for more details http://www.eugenechamber.com/why-eugene.html

Moving to Oregon? I am a relocation specialist

More people are moving to Oregon than ever before to find an alternative lifestyle that is focused on outdoor living in a family friendly environment.


Posted on September 8, 2017 at 5:11 pm
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The Windermere Way

In Lane County, Windermere agents have the highest sales volume per agent. When you look at the numbers (140 agents) you can imagine the amount of internal networking that is at our disposal. We have a weekly meeting where we discuss our buyers and sellers wants and needs, we also present new listings before they are presented to the public. Many times we can meet a buyers need before another agency would even have access to the information. This gives our clientele a huge advantage over the marketplace.

Another benefit of choosing a Windermere agent is our staff. Because of our size we have a variety of specialists. If you are purchasing acreage we have a Land & Timber expert, if you desire a waterfront property on the McKenzie River we have an agent that lives in the valley, and the list goes on and on.

An additional reason to consider is support, at Windermere we have 4 Principal Brokers on call anytime we need them. We also have 2 transaction coordinators that help us maintain more face time with our clients and out in the field. Our weekly educational courses are always free, and focused on poignant topics that will give us an advantage in your transactions.

In closing, no other firm will provide you with the support, know-how, and experience as a Windermere agent will. That combined with our ability to network with 140 other agents will ensure you will find the right house at the right time.

In addition to all the smart reasons to go with Windermere there is also a “heart” reason to choose us. With every home sold in Lane County we donate a portion to charity. Last year as an organization we donated over 33 million dollars to organizations that take on causes such as hunger, homelessness, and much more. Read more about it in our Windermere Foundation Blog https://www.windermere.com/foundation

Windermere RE Lane County


Posted on August 29, 2017 at 7:19 pm
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My 10-Step Marketing Plan

In order to be successful in this competitive market you have to have a plan. To capitalize on your investment to it’s fullest potential that plan has to be educated and grounded in facts. The facts are this is a sellers market in Lane County (May 2017), but if your home isn’t marketed properly you could still be missing out on it’s full potential. Here is a fool proof plan that I have experienced a great deal of success with.

1. Listing in RMLS– When your home is listed in RMLS it automatically populates to online websites such as; Zillow.com, Realtor.com, and Trulia.com. This is a way for Realtors to view your home and buyers who are still unrepresented to find your home through personal searches.

2. Signage– Another basic building block of a proper marketing plan is a yard sign with information regarding the property.

3. Open Houses– Most agents will do at least one open house, I generally tend to do one open house a month until the property has a pending offer.

4. Pricing– This is a key strategy for any home sale, you can test the market with a higher price if you are not in a rush to sell your home, or you can price it to move quickly. I prefer to create a very educated price point, due to market trends and comparable recent sales in your area.

5. Staging– The theories on staging are numerous. Curb appeal is by far the most important component of staging in my opinion. Without it some people may not even get out of their car to see the house. Many homes show well simply being vacated and cleaned thoroughly. For a more luxurious home you may want to consider a professional stager that will fill your home elegant furniture and beautiful decor for a monthly fee.

6. Newspaper Ads– If you list with me I will always include an add in the Register Guard with your open house times listed. This will ensure that your open house will be a success.

7. Parade of Homes– There is a weekly tour of new homes on the market that is attended by the top Realtors in Lane County. If you list with me I will personally present your home at the Parade of Homes and coordinate your home to be open during the Parade hours.

8. Windermere Weekly Meetings– Here at Windermere we have a slight advantage over the competition, with 140 agents on staff we are the largest realty team in Lane County. Once a week we assemble to discuss buyer needs and new up and coming listings. Many times our listings get sold in house before they even hit the open market.

9. Social Media– One of the perks of being a member of the Eugene Area Board of Realtors is having access to their social media group. When I list your home I will post it on their Facebook page where over 800 Realtors from Lane County will have the chance to view it. as well as utilizing the Windermere Facebook page.

10. Knocking– Knocking doors is an ancient art form, but a highly effective way to communicate still. I will knock in the general vicinity of your home and let your neighbors know that your home is coming on the market and when your open house will be taking place.

 

LoopNet/Hotlinks– For all of my Commercial/Investment properties I post all of my properties to LoopNet and Hotlinks so all local and area investors will be notified of your listing.

 

Long story short, I have a dedicated plan for selling your home quickly and at top dollar, if you would like me to perform a market analysis for your home reach out to me today and I will do my best to ensure you have the right information at the right time to make a great decision.

 

Your friend in real estate, Vince Casey

 


Posted on May 3, 2017 at 12:34 am
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A Guide For First Time Home Buyers

As the next generation of first time home buyers begin to venture forth into the market there are generally a plethora of questions that accompany them. In this article I will attempt to answer the most common place questions and hopefully give you the peace of mind to move forward with confidence in your home buying decision.
 
Getting Prequalified 
 
 One of the most intimidating steps for first time home buyers is getting prequalified, however, I would not entertain the idea of shopping for a new home until you do so. It can be a devastating blow to find your perfect home and then realize you’re not qualified for it.
 
Credit
 
 A credit score is a major focus on getting prequalified. In most cases there is a minimum requirement of 620 or higher. There are a few exceptions for government loan programs. You will also need to have at least 3 accounts that are verifiable, typically this is done through a credit report.
 
Income
 
 All lenders require an income of some sort. In general you must demonstrate stable income for the previous 2 years that is likely to continue. An example of this would be a salaried job that has been held for 2 years with income verified by paycheck stubs and W-2 forms. All loan programs have a debt to income ratio (DTI) calculation that includes the projected amount of the new home payment plus any other payments made periodically (car payment, student loans, credit card, etc.)
 
Liquid Assets
 
 All loan programs require the down payment and closing costs to be readily available. Several loan programs also require reserves in addition to the funds needed to complete a home purchase. The typical reserve requirement is 2 months of projected home payments. To give you an overview I wrote up 2 scenarios using our most popular models for loans, Conventional and FHA for a house that is being purchased for $250,000.
 
 Conventional: 5% down required
   – 620 credit score or higher
   – $17,500 down payment
   – $3,230 in reserves
   – $315 in other payments
   – $54,000 in annual income
 
 FHA: 3.5% down required
    – Credit score may not be required. Some lenders can go as low as 580
    – $13,750 down payment
    – $0 reserves
    – $315 in other payments
    – $47,000 annual income required
 
 FHA loans require mortgage insurance as well, so consult with your lender on the options available to you. If you have any further questions schedule a consultation with a lender.
 
Your Home Search
 
 When beginning your home search it is important to select an agent right away. Choosing to go with an agent as a buyer is an easy decision because the seller is actually paying the commission. An agent will have access to current market conditions and trends, online tools, and even pocket listings that may not even be on the market yet. Once you have selected an agent they can begin an RMLS search for you, which is a search for homes available that meet your criteria (price, number of bedrooms, location, etc.) and email them to you as they become available on the market. Once you start receiving these emails, review them in a timely manner. Currently, Eugene is a seller’s market (April 2017), which means there are very few homes on the market. So when a good property becomes available there are usually multiple bids on it within a short amount of time. Needless to say once you find a home that suits your needs you should try your best to make an attractive offer quickly.
 
Escrow
 
 Once you decide to make an offer you must be prepared to give the seller an earnest money check (typically 1% of the purchase price) and a pre-approval letter from your lender.
The seller will then either accept, reject, or counter your offer. Making an offer may make you nervous, but don’t worry because you are not locked into a contract quite yet. Once you have an accepted offer there is a 10-15 day window to get your inspection done. That is when a licensed professional comes out to look over your new home for any potential problems. An inspection usually costs about $400-$500 in Eugene, and if anything is discovered in the initial inspection report they may suggest a follow up inspection by someone who specializes in a certain area, such as a roof inspection, a foundation inspection, etc. So be sure to have a little set aside just in case, it may seem inconvenient at the time, but you may also get necessary major repairs done at the expense of the seller that will improve the value of your home for years to come. If something does happen to come up during inspection that makes you uncomfortable you can write an addendum to the original offer to have it repaired or back out of the agreement. It usually takes about 45 days to close. That timeline could be flexible depending on if any repairs need to be made and the availability of inspectors and contractors. Unless otherwise agreed upon you would get your keys at 5 pm on the day of closing. Congratulations, you are now a new home owner!
 
 
 Pro Tip- If you are ever feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of buying a new home, but it is definitely a life goal. Check out NEDCO (Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation). They have a program that will match 3 times your contribution(ex. If you save $3,000 they will match you $9,000 for a total of $12,000) and it will teach you how to raise your credit score, and lots of other helpful information on buying your first home. Please visit their website for more information http://nedcocdc.org/ .
 
Sources –
 
David Kammerer- Summit Funding 
Branch Manager/ Senior Loan Officer
davekammererteam@summitfunding.net
(541)868-1850
 
Vince Casey- Windermere RE/Lane County
Broker
vincecasey@windermere.com
(541)868-4559
 
NEDCO
 
Trendgraphix
 
RMLS


Posted on April 18, 2017 at 1:28 am
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