On-wards, Sweet Hereafter

The following photos are from opening week at the Sweet Hereafter (3326 SE Belmont), opened by the folks behind NE Alberta’s beloved Bye & Bye.  I reckon you arrive early (really really), grab a seat, pick out your tofu or Soy Curls, and order something in a mason jar, while I wonder why the heck I moved south of Belmont again.

The North Williams: now refreshing folks in 2 quadrants.
The Steve Martin, with jerk tofu, kale slaw, miso mayo & pineapple.
Edamame Mushroom Burger, Chips & Salsa, Potato Salad
Jerk Bowl
Surely, you won't be departing with this look on your face.

Check out the rest of the food menu here (via PDX Pipeline).

With full front windows letting in light and a joyously non-smoking back patio, this is clearly the place to be this summer. Jinxing is impossible.


Shameful plug: I’ll be discussing Portland’s endless vegan options and the importance of a vegan community this upcoming Wednesday night during Try Vegan Week here.


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  2. I had the jerk bowl again last night and it was better than the first time. The tofu was more moist and flavorful. Yaaay Sweet Hereafter.

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