In the rough-and-tumble city of foraged dining, whole-animal butchery, and bacon-topped maple bars, there are a lot of opinions around what to eat. This guide slices through the designer flannel to help tourists find the best Portland food and drink out there.
Straight up, Portland has something most other cities do not: the natural bounty of the Willamette Valley, somewhat unblemished by pollution. This gives Portland chefs a huge arsenal of ingredients to play with—whether the cuisine of choice is regional Thai food or modern Mexican. The city is known for its inventive and daring food cart culture, which span more than 25 distinct “pods;” standing in parking lots
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