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Portland’s devotion to ice cream has produced some of the nation’s top scoop shops, featuring both dairy-filled and dairy-free offerings.
A modern food hall in Portland's Old Town features new ventures from established local and international chefs, creating a kind of permanent food festival.
Whether you’re hitting the links, shopping designer consignment or sipping drinks on a shore-side patio, you’ll enjoy the tranquility Lake Oswego affords.
Treat yourself to boozy milkshakes, build-your-own bubble tea and other quintessentially Portland bevvies with our insider’s guide to the city’s best summer drinks.
At a growing number of pop-up restaurants, chefs take over kitchens, eateries and gathering places to present limited-edition, intimate supper clubs.
Lively places to gather with friends and make new ones, bike-friendly Division and Clinton streets are the place to saddle up enjoy life in the slow lane.
Diverse Alberta offers food for every taste (vegan to carnivore), craving (foie-gras to fried chicken) and budget (PBR to Dom Perignon).
Restaurants and food carts aren’t the only places to experience Portland’s hyperlocal independent culinary scene — you can also savor that creativity by the scoop.
Famed for its monthly Last Thursday street fair, this northeast Portland street offers entertaining options any day of the month.
Explore the roots of Portland's acclaimed dining scene as well as newer favorites along bustling Northwest 23rd and 21st avenues.