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Old 03-11-2020, 12:16 PM   #1
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It's Portland dining month. You can get a three course meal for $33 at participating restaurants.

I looked over the list and I believe Fugo's is probably the best deal. Some places the perk is you basically get a free dessert. Other places are offering items they don't normally carry on their menu.


https://www.travelportland.com/dinin...ll&cuisine=all


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I took the family to Fogo 3/1. kids under 6 are free and under 12 (I think) are half price (of the $33). It was a birthday outting for our leap day baby. We had a good time and didn't leave hungry.
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Just long enough to pick it up to go....................
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Good thing I’m sure ,the food handlers wear hazmat suits ,while cooking and serving🤧🤐😷
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It's officially barbecue season.
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Fish and Chips and Chicken Parmigiana at the ZigZag Inn. Love that everyone’s staying home. The only other ones that were in there left when I keep coughing and sneezing! Works for me.


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Yup, no problem. Saturday evening works just fine. See you all at Southpark.
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Yup, about once a week. Only so much good food I can handle making myself at home so we go out once a week for some average fair..

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Tore out our kitchen on 2/18. Won't be back together until the end of March. They should do a reality show based on us!
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Plane tickets are cheap! I'm planning some additional vacations and will be sampling the local cuisine.
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I'm not going out to eat. I'm going to start eating that 200 lbs of frozen shad I have in the freezer.
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Threads like this are a good example of why things will be worse in the US than other countries over the next few months.
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Im staying home and eating all this toilet paper I have accumulated.
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Remember this is an airborne virus. Transmission is mainly thorough inhalation. The best way to reduce risk is to avoid unnecessary contact with crowds.

I'd take my chances with one cook and one delivery driver touching my food over sitting in a big cube with 100 strangers breathing recirculated air for an hour. You're keeping the business afloat either way.

If you want a romantic evening, bring your delivery dinner to a nice uncrowded park and watch the sunset together.
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Remember this is an airborne virus. Transmission is mainly thorough inhalation. The best way to reduce risk is to avoid unnecessary contact with crowds.

I'd take my chances with one cook and one delivery driver touching my food over sitting in a big cube with 100 strangers breathing recirculated air for an hour. You're keeping the business afloat either way.

If you want a romantic evening, bring your delivery dinner to a nice uncrowded park and watch the sunset together.
Yes great idea,since most kitchens are isolated from dining area and the kitchen exhaust fan would not draw airborne junk from main dining area,you are good to go .What could go wrong .
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Yes great idea,since most kitchens are isolated from dining area and the kitchen exhaust fan would not draw airborne junk from main dining area,you are good to go .What could go wrong .
Interesting point. I think they key thing is the risk of inhalation vs ingestion. At this point inhalation appears to be the main cause of spreading. Therefore avoiding large numbers of people and enclosed areas with those people is the best way to not inhale the virus. Not to say you can't get it from ingesting it, but you're talking about one person coming in contact with your food vs dozens of people exhaling in your vicinity.

I suppose if you want to take it farther, the fans are also drawing those same particles upward, away from your food. I suppose if ingestion is what you are trying to avoid, the type of food likely make a difference. If you get a sandwich, the cook touches the sandwich and toppings with their hands, and then you eat it with your hands. That is probably more risky than if you order stir fry, the cook has it in a wok and puts it straight into a container from the wok.... then it arrives at your house and you eat it with utensils.

Obviously it's safest to stay home and cook for yourself, but if you are concerned about the impact to a local restaurant, you might want to weigh your options. I know when this is finally over I'll be using that as an excuse to hit some of my favorite local restaurants often as a way to help them back on their feet.
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Went out last night. great meal.
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We hit up Clyde's for a nice Prime Rib dinner last weekend.
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My dad who's about 90 with health conditions should probably avoid most people as reasonable. Me in my 40's and in reasonable health, I am probably better to not hide from viruses but rather live my life and keep building my immune system.

If I'm sick I won't go out and risk infecting people, although I guess you can infect others before you know you're sick so that's a catch for sure. I don't believe in all this antibacterial stuff and cleansing all surfaces and creating super bugs. I highly believe in washing and hygiene though.

With my job at home outside if a town, my odds would seem pretty low, but since my better half works in a hospital, and they were just sent a memo this morning saying "come to work no matter what, we'll take care of you with ppe, even if sick.." odds are I'll probably get this bug from her rather than a restaurant.

I imagine with my allergies right now I could clear a restaurant or any crowded place pretty easy though.

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Went to costco today...it's crazy out there. Parking lots packed...people honking and backing into eachother. Lines going back to the meat section.

I thought this Virus was more by touch rather than airborne? What I have read is that it being airborne is only plausible?
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Nope. Raiding the pantry and freezers.
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The whole thing is a hoax, fake news.
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Went to costco today...it's crazy out there. Parking lots packed...people honking and backing into eachother. Lines going back to the meat section.



I thought this Virus was more by touch rather than airborne? What I have read is that it being airborne is only plausible?


Not sure what you’ve been reading but I suggest you check the cdc website.


https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...treatment.html


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Did last night. Not sure I will again for a while.



One thing .. I'd sure as heck avoid buffet places for the time being. Too many hands near the food, too many coughs over the food, etc. Then again, the fresh produce section of the grocery store isn't much different.
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I'm not going out to eat. I'm going to start eating that 200 lbs of frozen shad I have in the freezer.

I have read that back east they use Shad since its herring in pickled herring recipes. As a kid the fish market always had two wooden barrels of pickled herring in the store and the store owner always dipped us kids a chunk to munch. Even though it was at room temp I loved the salty and vinegar taste of it.
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It's time to enjoy all the fish & game in our freezer...so we'll be eating in.


I see Burgerville is doing drive-thru only --- no inside seating. Likely the other fast food joints will do the same.
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I see Burgerville is doing drive-thru only --- no inside seating. Likely the other fast food joints will do the same.

I'm waiting for the liquor store to offer drive thru as they do in New Mexico.
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sounds like we will be losing joe camo because of his reckless agenda. does he have a replacement lined up for us?

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Since the Gov has issued his order are campgrounds going to close? Also rumor has it the next clam digging dates are not going to happen as this lures too many people into one location from various outside the area destinations.
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So I needed a couple things from South Albertsons in Bend today. 1 jar of mayonase. 1 jar of salsa. 1 bunch of cilantro. And chicken breasts were on sale. Paper isle was wiped out. Canned goods was wiped out. Meat department was wiped out. Didn't go through the whole store because there were more people in there than would have been at the Outdoor Show in Redmond. No shopping carts available in the store. No parking spots in the lot.

If these people are so concerned about Corona why are they bunching themselves together in such a close space???
Seen people with 10 or more gal bottles of water. Is our water system going to shut down?
My opinion is these folks are one of the causes of our current problem.
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24/7 media fear mongering. Not a surprise that panic has set in. And it's just getting fired up now, wait until it hits full bloom.
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I agree. Compared to H1N1 with different people in charge, COVID 19 hasn’t even happened yet, and yet people are freaking out.

I’m not say you should ignore it and spread it like some people are, but some of the responses seem a little over the top.
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HA! they said the Bidet sales have spiked, no need for toilet paper.........
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I sure hope not. I recently rented a cottage on the coast for the week of Easter. Going to be some great tides and it should be pretty easy for people to stay 6 feet or more away from each other. (At least you’d think it’d be easy)


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People are stocking up for a month.. It's a whole lot of people buying 4-5 times as many groceries at usual all at once from a limited supply of stores. What did you expect it to look like?
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LOL, if you are digging, they will come!


Yeah, never fails. I always try to find some little gap of sand without anyone pounding it yet. Sure enough there is someone closing in by the first dig.


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you dont want to infect the poor little clams with the virus.
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what will you do if you get hungry in a couple of weeks with an empty cupboard.
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Saw the same thing at the Fred Meyers I usually shop at. I am more concerned about the mass hysteria than the virus itself. It's sad to watch people hoard toilet paper, unless there is a reason I am not familiar with. It tells me we are completely reliant on supply chains for everything...food, water, toiletries.

Would like to see the pendulum swing back towards self sufficient lifestyles a little bit. Imagine the panic if a real emergency hit.
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Try finding hand sanitizer. Even Amazon has no purell. Customers are threatening to steal the one I have on the front counter. I have a camera on them
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I saw a guy fill two shopping carts with ever potato safeway had. He looked Irish too!
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Want to see it get bad, tell them the trucks are going to get parked.
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Want to see it get bad, tell them the trucks are going to get parked.
Yep, what's going to happen if all the truck drivers get sick at the same time?

The Wife and I went out the other night to stock up (mostly bread and milk) and noticed the same thing - TP and bottled water were almost cleared out. I get the TP (we grabbed some extra), even though I consider it something we can do without if need be (plenty of leaves in the back yard ). I'm not seeing how we are going to run out of water if this thing gets bad.

I just wish they would have been more concerned about a viral pandemic instead of how many times people have to flush the toilet
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Since the Gov has issued his order are campgrounds going to close? Also rumor has it the next clam digging dates are not going to happen as this lures too many people into one location from various outside the area destinations.


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Supervisor of the LA port was interviewed a day or two ago, business was down about 25% in February, 40 ships have cancelled their port call.
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you should see the Eugene Costco, fishing buddy of mine works there says he has never seen anything like it, as fast as they load it up it's gone.
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Closing beaches?? Restaurants, malls, city transit, will have to be federally halted before beaches
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This is really starting to [email protected]$ me off,i cant even get regular grocery shopping done to get my family through the week. Things are going to get interesting
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I to Safeway at 6:30 this morning just to pick up a couple of things for breakfast. As soon as I walked in I saw a bunch of people lined up with full carts at the one open register. I just walked back out.



I went to Albertson's this afternoon for regular shopping. The main things sold out seemed to be toilet paper and eggs. I guess that's what will protect you from a virus.



People are idiots.
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Old 03-14-2020, 05:20 PM   #56
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Probably steal it from you


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A 56-year-old shopper was mugged for his toilet paper just moments after leaving a store in London as panic about the coronavirus epidemic leads to wide-spread stockpiling.
He was leaving a Savers store in Harringay, north London, around 3.30pm when someone ran up behind him and snatched one of the two toilet rolls he was carrying.
He was left shaken after the broad-daylight attack and lodged a report with the police - but insists 'it's not the value of the toilet roll, its the principle'.
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Old 03-14-2020, 05:35 PM   #57
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Everyone will be tucked away in their save little cave and the beaches will be empty. Self regulating.
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Old 03-14-2020, 05:35 PM   #58
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Closing beaches?? Restaurants, malls, city transit, will have to be federally halted before beaches
will be shut down. I'd be more worried about the silica in the sand more than the Covid 19
Beaches, State Parks, and clam season are state controlled. The intent of the OP was to bring attention that these are reasons for people to travel. IMO the population needs not to travel any more than necessary. Clam digging isn't necessary.
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Old 03-14-2020, 05:40 PM   #59
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We don't want our beaches shut down. But the UK is starting to get serious.

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Old 03-14-2020, 05:44 PM   #60
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We were fortunate to do a costco run for our normal needs just over a week ago. Just dealing with the crowds is not a big deal right now to just pick up a few odds and ends and go through the self-check.

I hope folk's keep it civil out there.
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