On a recent expedition to the East Coast, Portland showcased in many mouthwatering ways why it should be on our travel bucket list.
The Pacific Northwest is teeming with fresh produce, an almost religious devotion to the ‘locally sourced’ movement, and a constant source of fresh, creative talent. In fact, the biggest challenge in visiting Portland might be the effort spent culling down a list of culinary must visits to squeeze into whatever limited time allotted. Nevertheless, here is a beginner’s roadmap to tasting your way through Portland’s edible options.
It’s time to find a lush spot of green under a tree and spread out that linen blanket. Sure, you’ve got some splendid bites in your picnic basket, but also consider one more to throw into the mix…
At The Allison Inn, guests gather for dining, sustaining and savoring the beauty of Oregon’s land, especially through food.
Discover the amazing adventure and flavors coming out of the Willamette Valley, the American wine region on the same line of latitude as the famed Burgundy.
Bill finds a stunning shop slinging great coffee in the the beautiful land of Portland.
Bill heads outside of Portland to Mt. Hood and finds a coffee gem along the way.
Youngberg Hill Inn is also a winery in Oregon’s Pinot Noir country of the Willamette Valley, with award-winning wine and wonderful hospitality.
Let your stomach direct you to Portland, a formidable food city that has built a reputation for incredible farm to table dining.
Kelsey Hilt’s personal #myhometownguide to the must-see food attractions in Portland.
Food options at the Oregon Country Fair range from simple salads and smoothies to extravagant sandwiches and ethnic cuisines of many sorts.
Coffe expert Bill Walsh finds a nice cup in Deep Cello’s High Jump Blend.
Bill catches a fine tune in Deep Cello’s All Day Light Roast.