|By PR Newswire||
|April 11, 2014 01:15 PM EDT||
PORTLAND, Ore., April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Business plan writing and consulting firm VCPlans recently had the opportunity to witness a startup success story by clients in its own city. In 2012, VC Plans wrote a business plan for some local Portlanders who had a very promising concept for a bar: excellent southern food, creative cocktails, and a memorable theme and atmosphere. Working with clients from all around the world, VC Plans was excited to meet the clients face-to-face to brainstorm together.
In Spring 2013, "Church" opened on Sandy Blvd in NE Portland, filling the need for a quality bar along a developing city strip within walking distance of several neighborhoods. Now, Church is a neighborhood favorite, stamped on matchbooks in living rooms across Portland and proudly reviewed by Portland's Yelp community and other critics.
Church paints a moody medieval vibe with dim lights, rustic décor and even a photo booth confessional. The bar serves a satisfying menu of southern favorites like hush puppies and the best macaroni for miles. Almost a year after its inception, Church is going strong and attracting Portlanders from near and far.
Media Contact: Sumner Douglas, VCPlans, 503-902-4500, [email protected]
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