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Portland’s restaurants take advantage of the nearby farms, but many of these farms actually host their own dinners— bringing the dinner table to the fields!
We’ve collected PDX’s yummiest events to help you make the most of what our sweet and savory city has to offer all year round.
Whether it’s the trend-setting cuisine at Clyde Common or the classic comfort foods at Mother’s Bistro, downtown Portland’s dynamic dining scene attracts hungry residents and tourists alike.
More than 120 top restaurants offered three-course meals at a deliciously affordable $29 every day in March.
For every Portland Dining Month reservation made via OpenTable, a donation was made to help the Oregon Food Bank eliminate hunger.
Trying to decide what to do in Portland in March? Here are our editors’ picks for the best activities and entertainment available this month!
Impress your love with reservations at one of Portland’s most romantic restaurants. The local food and wine may not last forever, but the memories will!
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.
Can't make the food and drink festival in September? Choose your own culinary adventure with our guide to the top local chefs featured at Feast 2015.
Only 15–45 minutes from Portland, three self-guided tours let you choose your own farm-to-table adventure amid bucolic gardens, ranches and vineyards.