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  • Besides a full bar and a moderately priced menu of eclectic Tex-Mex-Southern-style food, the restaurant has become home away from home for many regulars, and Arel has planted himself firmly as a Multnomah Village asset.

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  • In 1991, Arel transformed it into the new home of O'Connor's.

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  • Arel, who grew up in Southwest Portland and graduated from Wilson High School, found a place on a street he'd bicycled countless times as a kid.

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  • The annex, which Arel also calls the Vault, is a music venue at night and can be rented for evening parties.

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  • Arel upped his community ante four years ago when he bought an adjoining storefront that housed the Multnomah Bank when he was a kid.

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  • But 18 years after he took over from his dad in 1972, Arel wearied of being a tenant in the battered old Jack London Hotel, the last of three downtown O'Connor's locations.

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  • During the day, Arel makes it available at no cost for community groups, including the business association.

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  • Instead of sending in a food critic they sent in a writer to get a flavor for who Steve Arel is.

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  • Steve Arel grew up in the restaurant and bar business under family tutelage back when O'Connor's was downtown's last men-only establishment.

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  • In other and completely unrelated news, Arel has been haunting my dreams, just like Xavier used to do.

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