Another contender for pizza dominance in the city, Ken’s Artisan serves super-thin-crust pizzas from an 800 degree Le Panyol wood-fired stone oven.
Everything about Ken’s Artisan Pizza is remarkably consistent.
This year, food site the Daily Meal named two Portland pie spots as among the best 101 pies in America.
Rally Pizza is a cavernous, Nostrana-scale dining room and Vancouver’s finest restaurant. The pies are good—top 10 in the region—and the cocktails, protein dishes and desserts are top-notch.
The focus here is on owner Ken Forkish’s pizzas, the crust crisp with just the right amount of char, and chewy enough to brace against generous helpings of sauce, cheese and seasonal topping.
According to Lynch, the first location of Heart Pizza will open by Thanksgiving on Gaines Street in the Southwest Waterfront, next door to the new Southwest Waterfront location of Blue Star Donuts.
Technically a part of Kerns, East Burnside street is so packed with excellent bars, shopping and restaurants that we’re treating it as its own neighborhood.
Please Louise may be late to the Portland pizza party, but it’s a nice little place