where to eat in portland food guide

PORTLAND | Portland, Oregon has become a hot spot for visitors seeking out good food in recent years and there’s not shortage of excellent places to eat in the city. The food scene is constantly evolving and it seems that every other week there’s a new “must try” place opening

where to drink craft beer portland guide

PORTLAND | Portland’s Craft Beer scene is one of the best in the USA, and has been going strong since the 1980s. Drawing up a list of the best places for a brew in this city is no easy task, as even places that don’t advertise themselves as craft beer

alder street food cart pod portland

PORTLAND | The last we heard there were over 500 food carts in Portland and the Alder Street Food Cart Pod in downtown Portland is home to the largest selection of the city’s famed food carts. It’s located between SW Alder and Washington streets, from SW 9th to SW 10th avenues and almost any cuisine you

best donuts in portland oregon

PORTLAND | The question of where to find the best donuts in Portland is a subjective one, and Portland has no shortage of donut shops that sell fantastic donuts. A good donut is one of life’s simple pleasures and whether it’s traditional, modern cake, old fashioned, raised, crueller or any other

little bird bistro downtown portland review

PORTLAND | Little Bird Bistro in Downtown Portland is the casual younger sibling of lauded restaurant Le Pigeon (which in considered by many to be Portland’s best restaurant). It was created as a way for Le Pigeon sous chef Erik Van Kley to ahem, spread his wings. When Van Kley left

taylor railworks buckman portland review

PORTLAND | Taylor Railworks is chef Erik Van Kley’s ode to the American railworks and immigrants who helped build them, and America. Inspired by the trains that pass by the restaurant in this Buckman industrial estate, the former Le Pigeon and Little Bird Bistro chef builds a menu that uses fresh, seasonal, local

tasty n alder downtown portland review

PORTLAND | Tasty n Alder Downtown Portland is the third restaurant from John Gorham after Toro Bravo and Tasty n Sons and follows the template or serving up fantastic Pacific Northwest Food, using locally sourced seasonal ingredients. The menu contains a range of dishes with influences from all over the

local produce portland farmers market

PORTLAND | The Portland Farmers Market was established 25 years ago and is a must visit for anyone who wants to get a snapshot of why Portland has a reputation for fresh, high quality food. While the Portland Farmers Market actually has a few location, it’s the flagship at PSU

pip's original doughuts rose city park portland review

PORTLAND | Pip’s Original Doughnuts is one of the many donut shops in Portland and stands out from the other contenders for Portland’s best donuts by focusing on simplicity. Owners Nate and Jamie Snell focus on mini donuts and simple flavours – raw honey and sea salt, Nutella and cinnamon

ex novo brewing co boise-eliot portland review

PORTLAND | Ex Novo Brewing Co Portland was born out of founder and former engineer Joel Gregory’s desire to combine his passion for good beer with his desire to make a difference in the world. Ex Novo means “from nothing” and comes from the fact that the brewery was started