Bang Bang manages to stand out in a city oversaturated with Thai food.
Erizo redefines sustainable fine dining with a multicourse tasting menu in which “by-catch,” “invasive species” and multiple varieties of seaweed are the center of the experience.
The lines may be long, but the wait is worth it. Serving solid brunch classics, Jam’s go-to meal is the two-egg breakfast ($7), a couple mimosas, and full immersion into a Sex in the City gal brunch fantasy.
It’s hard to believe Posies Bakery & Cafe has been serving the Kenton neighborhood affordable, millennial meals like avocado toast ($5) and lemon honey kale salad ($8) for 10 years.
Named after the German word for “home,” this cozy bakery is the perfect place to catch up with a friend over a warm beverage on a rainy morning.
Rose City is one of the few destination pods left from Portland’s food cart glory days.
This low-key bakery-turned-wholesale operation makes some of the most binge-worthy desserts in Portland, including seasonal marionberry tart, Dutch apple pie and cherry galette.
Snow cones mean something altogether more magical down in New Orleans, and Hana’s has ’em.
No small number of restaurants all across Portland use the hazelnut-finished pork from Tails and Trotters.
Last year, Kee’s #Loaded Kitchen won WW’s Food Cart of the Year honors.