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Many of the best Portland goods and restaurants are popping up in a surprising place: Japan. (And vice versa!)
Many of Portland’s most famous food carts also have brick-and-mortar restaurants — and vice versa. Discover the stories behind favorite cart-café chains.
Whether you’re hankering for fried chicken, mac and cheese, fries topped with gravy or a steaming bowl of pho, these local dishes don’t disappoint.
In 2015, favorite food carts and supper clubs went permanent, and Portland welcomed both its first ham bar and its first vegan fine dining restaurant.
Portlanders always appreciate pillowy pancakes and sizzling bacon, but a roster of international eats let you mix up your morning with fresh flavors and Old World recipes.
This food cart pod combines mobile eateries offering international fare, a beer garden, boutique shopping and party vibes.
Flying under the radar, Sellwood-Moreland's high-quality international food scene promises to impress.
Southeast Hawthorne reflects the neighborhood's indie spirit, so you won't find many chain restaurants here.
You could plan a week's worth of meals on Southeast Division, the city's hottest dining corridor, and still not hit all of the must-tries.
The epicenter of Portland’s art and design scene, the Central Eastside neighborhood is also pushing the limits of culinary arts.