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More than 120 top restaurants offered three-course meals at a deliciously affordable $29 every day in March.
Whether you’re craving ramen, Mexican pozole or classic chicken noodle, these local soup spots will warm you from the inside out.
Portland is only an hour away from the Pacific Ocean, so it should come as no surprise that the city’s sushi options are both delicious and expansive.
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.
Almost every Portland restaurant offers plant-based options, and dozens of local businesses are entirely vegan. (There’s even a vegan mini-mall!)
Portland infuses independent spirit into everything, even its restaurant chains, offering locally grown counterparts to many favorite national brands.
Local diners can order up a wealth of delicious taco variations, from meaty morsels to vegetarian creations made with mushrooms, cactus and scrambled egg.
As the demand for gluten-free dining has grown, Portland’s forward-thinking foodies have set their tables to accommodate sensitive diners.