Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Southland Whiskey Kitchen: The South meets The West

Southland Whiskey Kitchen  debuted on my block but a mere month-ish ago. I wish I could say I did research on it (I did not) but from the aura of the restaurant and the vibe of the food- I'd say it's going for Country Western BBQ meets Southern Soul Food.  And on a sunny weekend, we felt very happy to head North on our street to visit the West & the South.
Ready to eat and ready to drink.
Walking on over to welcome the new restaurant to our hood.
The sign had been painted long before it opened leaving us waiting w/ bated breath for its debut!
Inside couldn't be more of a giddy-up, good time.
What you do between ordering and getting your food: pictures.
Various homemade BBQ Sauces to try.
Take a seat, pod'na.
Food and Spirits at your command.
The Boy's order: The Smokestack
My order: Buttermilk Fried Chicken Cobb
And topped it off with a 'Bourbon & Bubbles'- yummy.
Feeling very happy and very full.
From the yummy food to the inspired Whiskey-laced cocktails (from a girl who really never drinks the stuff), Southland Whiskey Kitchen can be assured that we will be back. I suggest Portland locals give it a try - but make sure you go on an empty stomach. You'll need all the room for food you can get.

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18 comments:

  1. Looks so yummy! I'm hungry!

    =)


    Brooke

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  2. Everything looks delicious! (And I love your boots.)

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  3. What a cute place! (And how adorable is your cape?!)

    (If you're interested, I'm hosting 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways!)

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  4. I must say Caitlin, your photos are looking fabulous these days! :)

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  5. That chicken looks great, what a wonderful little spot.

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  6. All that food looks delish.

    I'm jealous. :)

    The Blue Hour

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  7. The Boy's sandwich looks delicious! And those homemade chips??? I could eat buckets of them! That's great you guys have a cool place to eat within walking distance. That is one of the few downsides of living in the "country"...We have to drive at least 10 minutes to get to any food places!

    Thank you for all of your sweet words and support about my grandfather. He's the closest relative I've ever lost, and it's quite hard as you know. We'll make it, but it sure does suck.

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  8. the place looks great and the food looks delicious! love your lipstick!

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  9. What do you use on your skin? It always looks great.

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  10. 1- love your cape
    2- this place looks RIGHT up my alley!
    3- that cobb salad...yum!

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  11. as a fan of whiskey, it has become my priority to visit this place!

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  12. that burger is a beauty! and I looooove your boots, so hot!
    xo

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  13. Oh theres this new restaurant here thats like american style bbq food and you eat with your fingers and im dying to go check it out! This just reminded me haha. :) xx

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  14. @Mrs.Poustie- Thank you for the kind words! But I must say my skin is just normal, what you are evidently seeing is likely a combo of makeup and photo editing glow :)

    @Lindsey- always!!!! I am really thinking of you.

    @Jaime- hahahah, loved that.

    @Rinniez - yesss, go and take pictures so I can see!

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  15. The place looks so much fun, & the food just yum. Drooling over the food porn.

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  16. That place looks AMAZING, I wish we had one in Charlotte!

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  17. Looks like the kind of place husband and I would love!! Your cape and boots are A+ :) :)

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  18. Awesome photos - that place looks amazing! And you look super chic!

    Laura @ A Little Bit of Lacquer

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