An estimated 400 carts operate at all hours, but lunch is the best time to sample the eclectic variety of fare that defines the city’s street food scene. And while you can find great groupings of carts in nearly every neighborhood, head Downtown for the largest and most accessible pods.
Here’s the main thing you should know about the food scene in Portland: Once you get a taste, it might ruin you for eating anywhere else.
It’s no secret that Portland is a culinary hotbed. Every year our chefs are contenders for the coveted James Beard Award and often take home top honors.
Take a walking tour in these brewery-dense neighborhoods to get a good taste of the world’s most beer-crazy city.
Low-traffic wine touring and a craft beer trail beer around this lively college city.
In a city famous for two-wheeled commuters, this advice may seem counterintuitive: lock up the bike and set out on foot.
We’ve undertaken that grueling task of identifying the best locales for lazing away on a roof with a few good friends, visiting every bar with an open rooftop and asking ourselves a few simple questions at each stop: Sweet views? Yep. Great drinks? Mhm. Let’s just say we’ve done the hard work for you.
At first glance, planning an urban itinerary with your teen can seem cumbersome, but Portland has loads of attractions, both marquee and off-the-beaten-path, for you and your too-cool-for-school kids. Here, we’ve rounded up 10 favorites.