Portland, OR Food & Drinks

Portland's Best Mexican Food

If someone tells you Portland doesn’t have good Mexican food, tell them they haven’t gotten out enough. From the center of the city to the suburbs, stellar Mexican cuisine abounds, hailing from regions including Oaxaca, Yucatán, Mexico City, and Guadalajara, plus unique fusions of Mexican and Pacific Northwest ingredients. You’ll find something to fit every price point, from burritos and pozole in the back of a convenience store to a award-winning high-end tasting menu, and of course, plenty of taco carts.
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3 Great Steakhouses in Oregon

It is true that is easy to prepare a good steak in the comfort of your home. However, all of us love to go out with our friends and family from time to time and let others prepare our delicious food. If you too love to go out occasionally, keep on reading to find out about three amazing restaurants in Oregon that are great for both a casual meal as well as for celebrating a special occasion. Here are three great steakhouses in Oregon that you should visit.
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Where to Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner in Vancouver

Autumn is a gorgeous season in Vancouver, with the changing leaves, the crisp air, and the still bright yet gradually darkening days. Thanksgiving (October 10, 2022) provides an opportunity to share a bountiful feast with friends and family in restaurants around the city. There are many takeout options as well for those who want to host a gathering at home.

Where to Eat This Week

1500 Washington St., Oregon City, 503-344-4247, 11 am-2 pm and 4-9 pm daily. Would you travel 20 miles for a Salisbury steak? We’re not talking about the Swanson TV dinner of your youth, but a deliciously beefy slab of seared-and-seasoned, dry-aged ground brisket and chuck. The dish is now being served at Canard’s new Oregon City location, and it’s meant to be a “more comforting version” of the restaurant’s original duck frites. You’ll find more riffs on classics and novel offerings at the spinoff, as well as a heck of a lot more seating thanks to its spacious home in the former Grano Bakery.

Portland Farmers Market September Newsletter

Apples: Gala, Dandee Red, Ginger Gold, Red Gravenstein, Tokyo Rose. Peppers: Bell, Jalapeno, Chili, Shisito, Padron, Italian Sweet. Year round produce like carrots, beets, radishes, onions, garlic, hardy greens (kale, collards & chard), parsley, potatoes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and kohlrabi are also available!. Please note availability of produce differs from...
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Shake Shack is hiring for a new downtown Portland restaurant

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A Shake Shack restaurant appears to be moving into the heart of Portland, according to city permits and the company’s job postings. The City of Portland Bureau of Development Services first received the company’s initial plans in April 2020. Ken Ray, public information...

Beaverton Restaurant Offers Desserts from Every Corner of the World!

There’s a dessert shop in Beaverton that’s offering up some amazing and unique dishes. Small Turkish donuts called Lokma’s, Crepes Fettucini, Waffles and pancakes covered in chocolate, ice cream, Kit Kats, pistachios, Oreo’s for example. Brownies layered in fruit, candy, marshmallows, and other really delicious things. It’s hard to describe just how delicious DOT SUGAR is. I talked to the owner Ahmad, who tells me he modeled this after DOT SUGAR in the country of Jordan. The idea is to take the best deserts of many countries, France, Germany, the U.S, and the Middle East, and make them available here. DOT SUGAR PDX is the only one in Oregon, but Ahmad wants to expand in the Northwest.

John’s Marketplace opening bottle shop and taproom in Beaverton

John’s Marketplace is opening their third location in Beaverton, Oregon. The locally run and long-running independent craft beer and wine bottleshop will open a new deli and beer bar with outdoor seating and the massive selection of bottles and cans they are known for. It’s all part of a big Beaverton expansion that recently saw three taprooms open second locations there.

Portland And Seattle Rank High For Best Vegan Cities

Portland is the number one city in the nation to be a vegetarian, a new study from Wallet Hub reveals. Somewhat surprisingly, Seattle takes the number six spot on the list. I thought it would be higher. But that's still in the top ten, and another thing the Northwest can boast about. We gave you:

Where to Drink This Week

4336 SE Woodstock Blvd., 503-206-5495, Noon-9 pm daily. Late summer and early fall see the wonderful collision of two very brief events at Double Mountain: heirloom tomato pie season and fresh hop season. The pizzas returned to the menu a few weeks ago, but the brewery just announced that Killer Red, Green and Juicy are all back on tap. There’s even a fresh hop edition of the Fa La La La La Winter Ale, which has been loaded with piney Centennials, so you can drink like it’s Christmas in September.