Travel Portland presents Portland Dining Month

Portland Dining Month, held every March, is one of many ways that Travel Portland supports the local economy by promoting overnight visits to the city.

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The Nightwood Society: Portland’s women-run food and design collective

A culinary hub in Northeast Portland, The Nightwood Society is an event space and dining hall where one-of-a-kind experiences are created around food.

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Portland’s plus-size fashion scene

The body-positive movement is flourishing in Portland, making it a plus-size shopping destination, complete with designers, boutiques and fashion shows.

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Portland’s Mystic District: Three magical shops in one city block

Whether you’re curious about crystals, dreaming of divination decks or just seeking sweet-smelling soap, Portland’s Mystic District has the store for you.

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One family at the heart of Portland’s Lebanese food scene

Meet the family behind beloved eateries Nicholas, Ya Hala and World Foods Market, and discover how they helped build Portland's Lebanese food scene.

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Feastly and Portland Dining Month

Portland Dining Month is partnering with pop-up dining experience Feastly to offer special one-time-only, 3-course, $33 meals every day of March.

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Mead in and around Portland

Sample mead, the latest drink to hit Portland's booming beverage industry, at tasting rooms in and around the city.

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Portland Dining Month 2018 picks

More than 100 top restaurants are offering three-course meals at a deliciously affordable $33 every day in March.

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The One Moto Show brings motorcycle fans to Portland

Every February, the One Moto Show draws thousands of bikers and enthusiasts to Portland to celebrate all things motorcycle.

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Portland’s J. Pepin Art Gallery destigmatizes mental illness

Founded by an art lover with bipolar disorder, Portland’s J. Pepin Art Gallery showcases works by artists living with mental illness.

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