(Continued from page 2) Ashen also designed the first Urban Farmer in Portland several years ago, but this one will be different. The process has been much easier, because they’ve been able to spend far more time enhancing than creating, says Karpinski. “Yeah, but there’s also pressure,” Ashen responds. “We knew what the DNA was, but this restaurant is different. In Portland, there’s an atrium, and here it’s a contained space. This was more ...

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