New Openings Around Town!

Check out these retail rockstars who are tackling 2018 with a new space!




A kitchen studio for classes led by regionally-celebrated chefs and food/beverage artisans, including a selection of culinary items for sale in their retail shop.

Cookshop will be an encouraging and supporting place for young cooks, and the spot adults choose to spend an evening, gathered around the kitchen island, learning to make authentic food and fostering friendships. ” –Cookshop Website

Cookshop is open at 2627 SE Clinton Street.

Cookshop shared an Instagram update last week, “What a fun day we had today! Our inaugural Cookshop Afterschool was all about spring veggies and mixing up a batch of gluten free granola bars. Everyone even voted to put kale in our smoothie.”





Citizen Ruth

A uniquely curated space featuring art, gifts and accessories from women, gender non-binary and trans artists.

“Intersectional feminist gift boutique in the heart of the Richmond district. Handmade works by female, transgender, & non-binary artists.” –Citizen Ruth Website

Citizen Ruth is open in the D Street Village at 3070 SE Division.


Last week, Citizen Ruth celebrated their first “Friends and Family” event! “Such an amazing turnout last night for our first #friendsandfamily event! Big thanks to everyone that came out to celebrate. We love the community we are building here in the #dstreetvillage and we hope to meet more of you at our next event!”



Gustav’s newest project, Bargarten, is a modern Bavarian social house featuring a full menu of authentic Bavarian food and a large “bier” list.

“A place where families come together to eat delicious food, drink good bier, and share each other’s company.” –Bargarten Website

Bargarten is open at 2905 SW Cedar Hills Blvd in Beaverton.

Bargarten shared an update earlier this month on their Instagram featuring some delicious-looking food, “Thank you Beaverton, for welcoming us! We are OPEN, come see us today!”







A Craft Cider Company made from all Northwest fruits that originated in Bend, OR.

Founder and CEO of ATLAS Cider, Dan McCoy quotes, “As ATLAS seeks the golden apples in Greek mythology, I myself am continually exploring the craft of forging NW fruit into ciders”

ATLAS Cider will be opening a new location in Couch 9 this July!



Last week ATLAS Cider shared a construction update on their Facebook, “Construction Update: We are still on track for a July opening of our 3rd taproom. We can’t wait to share, this is our most extensive project to date… more details coming soon. Get ready to join the #NWCiderRevolution.”