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Pine Street Market

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.

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Portland food cart and café chains

Did you know that many of Portland’s most famous food carts also have brick-and-mortar restaurants — and vice versa? Read on to discover the stories behind the city’s most celebrated cart-café chains. KOI FUSION When native Portlander Bo Kwon began selling bulgogi beef tacos out of a truck back in 2009, he had no idea …

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Tidbit Food Farm and Garden

This food cart pod combines mobile eateries offering international fare, a beer garden, boutique shopping and party vibes.

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Gluten-free dining

As the demand for gluten-free dining has grown, Portland’s forward-thinking foodies have set their tables to accommodate sensitive diners.

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Pok Pok

Inspired by the street food of Bangkok, this authentic Thai restaurant is the spot that launched Division Street as one of the best culinary destinations in America.

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Sellwood-Moreland dining

Flying under the radar, Sellwood-Moreland's high-quality international food scene promises to impress.

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Division/Clinton dining

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.

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Lloyd District dining

The Lloyd District offers a full menu of dining options, whether you're spending the day at the Oregon Convention Center or an exciting night at The Moda Center.

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James Beard Award-winning chefs

With such a talked-about and delicious food scene, it comes as no surprise that Portland chefs have racked up a few James Beard Awards over the years.

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Mississippi/Williams dining

The growing scene on North Williams includes one of Portland’s favorite brunch spots, while Mississippi is peppered with welcoming eateries.

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