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x-eastside pdx. nov. '15
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i have a little casiotone MT-240, i stole a microphone from my best friend, and I have an old, clunky, beige macintosh computer from 1992. don't be jealous.
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The food is amazing and the service is stellar. What brought me to Little Pine is being a fan of Moby's work and wanting to experience the space and the food that Little Pine offers. The space feels great, like being in someone's home - it's comfy and there are cute pillows for the bench seating, the lighting fixtures are also really cool. I couldn't take my eyes off of the exposed beams, which appear to have been sandblasted, leaving a topography of wood grain. Little candles twinkle from the table tops and from a steel support beam, where they rest on 8 little shelves. There are giant, framed photos by Moby - and a wallpapered dining alcove with a forest scene. The ceilings are high, and there's lots of soft, natural light. It's a special space perfect for romancing your special one. The service is so friendly and warming, as if you were among friends - and for the evening, you truly are. The food is delicious. I understand that there were some staff shakeups early on and some of the early reviews were terrible, but it's clear that those kinks have been worked out, because I enjoyed each plate. Started with the soup of the day, sunchoke, which was amazing, with a reduced balsamic drizzle and hazelnuts. Next up was the stuffed shells, which were filled with cashew cheese, in a red sauce with strips of basil and cheese on top. Warm and filling, it felt like love. I understand Moby's mom used to make these for little Mo when he was a kid, so of course that made me smile. Next up was the Panzanella, a bright, summery kind of salad with red and yellow peppers, avocado and bread. I rounded out the dinner with the chocolate chip cookies and strawberry cashew milk, which came in a miniature glass milk bottle with a straw... awwwww. Little Pine really is something special and unique, and all of the profits go towards helping animals, which made me feel happy as I walked back to my air BnB in Silver Lake that warm May evening.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Fernando and John from Bridgetown Moving arrived on time, were friendly, personable and professional. They communicated very well and worked together like a well oiled machine. Bridgetown did a great job providing information, setting up the appointment and calling to confirm. They even gave us a special, custom gift when the move was complete. I will call Bridgetown if I need moving services in the future.
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