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Portland Food & Drink

If you love eating in Portland as much as we do, you're gonna love this group!

Location: Portland OR
Members: 75
Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2014

Best Portland Restaurants

Let us know if we missed one of your local favorite Portland restaurants!
These are our favorites of the moment. Keep in mind that everyone's taste is different and even the best of restaurants can have a server or cook with a bad night. We hope we don't lead you astray and that you have a great meal in Portland. Your comments and feedback are welcome!

Best Portland Restaurants

Best Portland Italian Restaurants

Best Portland Pizza

Best Portland Seafood

Best Portland Wine Bars

Best Portland Happy Hour

Best Portland Breakfast

Best Portland Dim Sum

Best Portland Chinese

Best Portland Ladies Night Out

Best Portland Thai

Best Portland Burger


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Echo Restaurant Portland - Eliot Neighborhood 2 Replies

Started by Lorri E.. Last reply by Lorri E. Apr 17, 2010.

Miho Izakaya in North Portland 1 Reply

Started by Angela Higgins. Last reply by Lulu Mar 28, 2010.

E'Njoni Cafe in Portland 2 Replies

Started by Angela Higgins. Last reply by Angela Higgins Jul 4, 2009.

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Comment by Rockin' Robyn's Sassy Burger on June 20, 2014 at 8:35pm
Stop by Rockin' Robyn's Sassy Burger on 34th & SE Belmont. Super Great food!
Comment by Emilie on December 16, 2009 at 10:48am
Ate at Toro Bravo last night for the first time. Pate heaven!
Comment by robert on October 23, 2009 at 10:18am
i just had dinner at laurelhurst market (burnside and 32nd across from music millenium...this butcher shop by day, restaurant by night is incredible. brought to you by the chef/owners of simpatica dining hall and viande meats & sausage...they don't take reservations...take this place in as soon as possible...(the chicken pate appetizer is yum!, so is the steak /frites)
Comment by Lulu on July 28, 2009 at 4:21am
Portland voted #2 in 10 Best U.S. Cities for Local Food
(duh) by The Huffington Post

Comment by DougC on June 11, 2008 at 10:38pm
I usually hesitate to give away all of my "secret" favorite places to eat. It has happened before, a place becomes overly-popular and they change. So it is only for my friends and readers of portland neighborhood.com that I give up the goods. You people can appriciate a good find and not spoil it, I can tell.
Comment by Angela Higgins on April 20, 2008 at 6:12pm
Called Smoked Beef Strips (hot), by the way.
Comment by Angela Higgins on April 20, 2008 at 6:12pm
Oh my god. I stopped down to the Portland Farmers Market (at PSU) yesterday and found the best jerky ever. Its made by Highland Oak Farm. I wanted to buy a chuck or something nice for a stew but all the meat was frozen so I elected just to pick up a quick snack to try 'em out (fresh, never-frozen meat occurs sometime in early June)...and man...this jerky is f-ine.
Comment by Angela Higgins on April 18, 2008 at 6:30pm
The best crab rangoon in Portland is at Basil Thai right across from the Mission Theatre in NW.

Just thought you might want to know.
Comment by Angela Higgins on April 18, 2008 at 11:26am
On lunch blog....and very hungry

Nice story, Sam. TF? TF!! Lovely. Lovely! And it made my tummy rumble thinking about how nice all that TF sounded. Fusion, if you will. I am very excited for our Portland spring and summer as I will have the most raddest baddest garden of all time starting in the first week of May. Pistils Nursery is redoing my entire backyard....and its gonna be pretty much all supabadness of herbs, edibles and some pretties thrown in there to accentuate, well, you know, the view from wherever you might be eating. There will be a water feature (featuring drinking and swimming basset hounds) and a living trellis.

I might ride my new bike through it all and eat random things while taking pictures to post on this site. This comment would be super funny if you'd read the love-sick posts about my new bike in the 'biking group'.
 

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