This Week In Portland Food News: Fills Donuts Opens, Beast Bids Farewell, and Kachka Dumplings Come To New Seasons

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This Week In Portland Food News: Fills Donuts Opens, Beast Bids Farewell, and Kachka Dumplings Come To New Seasons
by Mercury EverOut Staff

Fills Donuts, a new filled donut shop from Bar King pastry chef Katherine Benvenuti and Cooked with Cannabis co-host Leather Storrs, opens downtown today.

Fills Donuts, a new filled donut shop from Bar King pastry chef Katherine Benvenuti and Cooked with Cannabis co-host Leather Storrs, opens downtown today. Fills Donuts

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A newcomer just joined Portland’s abundance of donut shops: Fills Donuts, a shop serving (you guessed it) Berliner-style filled donuts. Read on for that and more food news, including Andina‘s comeback, a new Pacific Northwest-themed pizza joint with some unusual toppings, and the closure of Naomi Pomeroy’s pioneering restaurant Beast. For additional inspiration, check out our Portland food and drink guide.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS
Andina
The Pearl District’s enduring Peruvian standby, which has been serving takeout since March, will re-open at limited capacity for indoor dining on October 26. Along with the reopening, the restaurant will return to its roots by renewing its focus on seasonal ingredients, emphasizing its partnership with the Corvallis farm Peace Seedlings. Co-owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt is handing the reins to her sons Peter and Victor Platt, and the restaurant’s former chef Jose Luis de Cossio is coming aboard as a consultant.
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