Celebrating the 21st year of Tastebud and our 6th anniversary in Multnomah Village
Get your bagel orders in for this Sunday
First of the month bagel pick up!
No bread this week, the baker wentcamping
For continued safety and precaution, we ask that everyone continues to wear masks when picking up orders
Add salad, bread, produce, beer, wine, to your order!
Pizza menu is at the bottom of this email and online
We cannot accommodate build your own pizzas at this time
Whole pizzas only, no half-n-half’s
Pizzas will be served hot and ready to eat, pre-cut and pre-boxed
Orders are first come first serve and will be closed when sold out
All payments will be made prior to pick up
If you want to tip, you can find the option on the order form
Pre-ordered, pre-paid, limited call in and walk up orders are available
Our first priority is to keep our staff, customers, and community safe during this continued pandemic, our dining room will remain closed
Canceled orders will result in a refund of the total minus 5% to cover credit card processing fees
Salads are boxed, undressed, and should be tossed thoroughly before serving.
To reheat pizzas – place a wire oven rack in the upper part of the oven, turn the oven to 400. Place pizza directly on a wire rack with a pan underneath to catch any drippings. Heat for a few minutes until the cheese is melty.
To go containers and pizza boxes are getting hard to come by, so we might be rotating through what we can get our hands on
Bagel – Firing up the kettle and boiling bagels this Sunday. Bagel sandwich menu below! First Sunday of the month subscription pickup!
Bagel Chips – thinly sliced, toasted, olive oil and sea salt
EVER GET OVERWHELMED BY THE SELECTIONS OF WINE? HERE’S A QUICK RUNDOWN OF OUR CURRENT OFFERINGS. STAY TUNED FOR SOME SPECIAL MIXED CASES FOR THE HOLIDAYS… AND MAYBE A DIFFERENT CASE EACH MONTH IN THE FUTURE!
2018 Jezebel Pinot Noir, OR – $25:
Light to medium-bodied with bright, red fruit flavors and a smooth finish
2016 Upper Five Vineyards, Syrah, OR – $30:
A complex combination of blueberry, white pepper, and smoked bacon. Barrel aged for 18 months in new and old French oak, results in a wine that explodes on the palate.
2018 Grochau Cellars, Commuter Cuvee Pinot Noir, OR – $19:
A blend from multiple Willamette Valley vineyards that capture the essence of each vintage. An everyday drinker.
2016 Apolloni Estate Pinot Noir, OR – $33:
Aromas of floral, rich cherry and raspberry fruit. Palate delivers more concentration, including hints of strawberry, black cherry and herbs, with moderate tannin. The finish is both mouthwatering and lingering and offers delicate notes of vanilla and fruit.
2018 Timothy Malone, Pinot Noir Willamette Valley, OR – $24:
A rich and structured Pinot displaying deep red fruit flavors balanced by toasty oak notes
2014 Conti di Val Seriana, Soleggio, OR – $31:
Aromas of cherry and figs with notes of black pepper, toast, and coffee with in a smooth and lasting finish.
2019 Il Faggio, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, IT – $18:
Fresh, with a ruby hue; medium-bodied, black fruits, black cherry, coffee and chocolate notes. It is made to match with simple, everyday cuisine, think: pizza!
2019 Ercole Barbera Del Monferrato, IT – 1 liter – $15:
Bright acidity, known for ripe, red fruits with a floral, mineral core. Extremely charming, food-friendly and delicious.
2019 i Clivi Schioppettino Venezia Giulia, IT -$30:
Aromas of strawberry, pomegranate, violets and green, white and black pepper spice. A saline minerality that is combined with a pronounced acidity and juicy tannins. The finish is delicate and refreshing with lingering red fruit and spice flavors.
2019 Cantina Viticoltori Senesi Aretini “Gatto Grasso”, IT – 1 liter – $22:
aka: ‘Fat Cat’ is a liter of juicy red that is dangerously drinkable; serve with a slight chill with just about anything.