Health Food Cafe Holiday is moving to downtown Portland

Holiday, Stumptown founder Duane Sorenson’s new health food cafe, is closed on the SE Division until it moves into a new space this spring, according to a sign posted in the restaurant’s window. The cafe, which was originally a pizzeria and bakery called Roman Candle, slowly evolved into its new identity as a health-conscious restaurant and juice bar last spring, going public with a Portland Monthly story in May 2018.

In a recent story in the oregonian, Sorenson said the new location will be downtown, in the Heart Coffee location next to Bistro Agnes. He leased the southeast space from the folks at Submarine Hospitality — Submarine’s Joshua McFadden took over neighbor Ava Gene in 2016. The O the story hints at the space becoming a pizzeria again, but nothing is confirmed as of yet. It’s unclear when the restaurant will reopen specifically; calls to the restaurant went unanswered.

Updated, January 3, 2019, 09:23
This story has been updated to include new information about where Holiday is moving and who is occupying the space.

Update, January 4, 2019, 8:40 a.m.
This story has been updated to include the location of the new party.

• Holiday [Official]
• Holiday [Instagram]
• The famous plant-based Holiday coffee has left Southeast Portland [The O]
• Here’s what happened with Roman Candle’s silent transformation into a health-conscious cafe [EPDX]

3377 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202

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