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(Still) Eating My Way Through Portland!

Yoonjung

(Still) Eating My Way Through Portland!

My favorite places to eat/drink
Here are all of the restaurants, cafes, and bars I have a go-to menu item at or that I know I want to revisit. Some of them are in walking distance from our place, others are biking/driving distance. Focusing on NE and SE neighborhoods.
Try the lavendar matcha latte with oat milk. I promise you WILL get addicted. I also like their Bee Sting latte. Pro-tip: They have stamp cards. Why not share your stamps with future guests at our place and pay it forward?
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Nossa Familia Coffee
2007 SE Division St
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Try the lavendar matcha latte with oat milk. I promise you WILL get addicted. I also like their Bee Sting latte. Pro-tip: They have stamp cards. Why not share your stamps with future guests at our place and pay it forward?
They have the best Pad Kee Mow (my favorite is with beef) I've ever had in my life. I've also fallen in love with the XO Chinese Broccoli. The 24 Hour Beef Noodle Soup is great for anyone who loves huge portions and social media post-worthy food! Pro-tip: Any seat in the house is great. If you don't like waits or if you have a big group, you might want to play it safe and make a reservation.
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Farmhouse Kitchen PDX
3354 SE Hawthorne Blvd
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They have the best Pad Kee Mow (my favorite is with beef) I've ever had in my life. I've also fallen in love with the XO Chinese Broccoli. The 24 Hour Beef Noodle Soup is great for anyone who loves huge portions and social media post-worthy food! Pro-tip: Any seat in the house is great. If you don't like waits or if you have a big group, you might want to play it safe and make a reservation.
They have great tempura (light batter, not greasy) and I keep going back to the Chawanmushi. Their ramen broth is one of the best in town because they make a very savory and flavorful broth. Pro-tip: If you're looking for a Japanese restaurant that doesn't just sell rolls or ramen, this is the place!
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Yama Sushi & Izakaya
2038 Southeast Clinton Street
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They have great tempura (light batter, not greasy) and I keep going back to the Chawanmushi. Their ramen broth is one of the best in town because they make a very savory and flavorful broth. Pro-tip: If you're looking for a Japanese restaurant that doesn't just sell rolls or ramen, this is the place!
I'm not a huge fan of mixing sweet and salty or sweet and savory, but I tried a bite of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and they do their bacon right (crispy but not burnt)! My go-to is and always will be Fruit Party; just because it's supposed to be on the sweeter side doesn't mean they make it sickeningly sweet. I'd say their Belgian waffles are pretty authentic, too! Pro-tip: They also sell frozen waffles, if you think you'll want more than just the one waffle that comes in a dish ;)
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Off The Waffle Clinton St.
2601 Southeast Clinton Street
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I'm not a huge fan of mixing sweet and salty or sweet and savory, but I tried a bite of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and they do their bacon right (crispy but not burnt)! My go-to is and always will be Fruit Party; just because it's supposed to be on the sweeter side doesn't mean they make it sickeningly sweet. I'd say their Belgian waffles are pretty authentic, too! Pro-tip: They also sell frozen waffles, if you think you'll want more than just the one waffle that comes in a dish ;)
My favorite dish on the dinner menu was the marinated artichoke. Their fries are a bit on the saltier side and the pork rinds are much more impressive looking than it is flavorful, but the ambience is great and the cocktails are on point! Went for brunch as well, and I thought the brunch menu was much stronger than their dinner menu. Pro-tip: If you have time, try to make it to their happy hour - they often have interesting drinks like a gin slushy.
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La Moule
2500 SE Clinton St
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My favorite dish on the dinner menu was the marinated artichoke. Their fries are a bit on the saltier side and the pork rinds are much more impressive looking than it is flavorful, but the ambience is great and the cocktails are on point! Went for brunch as well, and I thought the brunch menu was much stronger than their dinner menu. Pro-tip: If you have time, try to make it to their happy hour - they often have interesting drinks like a gin slushy.
I had their salmon cakes for lunch and I might end up just getting that again, and again, and again... The breakfast is definitely worth trying (mainly the aebelskivers), but I wouldn't wait for more than 20 minutes. Pro-tip: Especially on weekends, you should expect a wait. Even if you try to get there as soon as they open at 8am you'll see a line. Unfortunately, they don't take reservations so the only way to avoid a wait is to go at odd hours...
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Broder Café
2508 Southeast Clinton Street
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I had their salmon cakes for lunch and I might end up just getting that again, and again, and again... The breakfast is definitely worth trying (mainly the aebelskivers), but I wouldn't wait for more than 20 minutes. Pro-tip: Especially on weekends, you should expect a wait. Even if you try to get there as soon as they open at 8am you'll see a line. Unfortunately, they don't take reservations so the only way to avoid a wait is to go at odd hours...
Their coffees are good, but they also sell great special lunch items like soups and sandwiches that are light and hearty at the same time. Pro-tip: If you need a quiet place to work, this is your spot!
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Oui Presse
1740 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
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Their coffees are good, but they also sell great special lunch items like soups and sandwiches that are light and hearty at the same time. Pro-tip: If you need a quiet place to work, this is your spot!
One of the best pizza places in Portland, dare I say the West Coast? If you're looking for a New York style pizza, this may not be what you're looking for - but you still won't be disappointed! Pro-tip: They do take reservations, which is a safe bet for a restaurant that is frequently listed as one of the top local pizza joints.
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Apizza Scholls
4741 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
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One of the best pizza places in Portland, dare I say the West Coast? If you're looking for a New York style pizza, this may not be what you're looking for - but you still won't be disappointed! Pro-tip: They do take reservations, which is a safe bet for a restaurant that is frequently listed as one of the top local pizza joints.
We ordered a bunch of things and they were all good! Sorry I can't remember what my favorite dish was... Pro-tip: This is a great place to make reservations for on special occasions. They also aren't the priciest Italian place in town, and the high ceilings are accommodating for big groups.
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Nostrana
1401 Southeast Morrison Street
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We ordered a bunch of things and they were all good! Sorry I can't remember what my favorite dish was... Pro-tip: This is a great place to make reservations for on special occasions. They also aren't the priciest Italian place in town, and the high ceilings are accommodating for big groups.
Best. Cheesecake. Ever. And they don't even use cheese!?! Their cupcakes are better than most non-vegan options, which is insane... Pro-tip: Tell others to try the baked goods without letting them know it's vegan. I dare them to notice!
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Back To Eden Bakery
2215-2217 Northeast Alberta Street
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Best. Cheesecake. Ever. And they don't even use cheese!?! Their cupcakes are better than most non-vegan options, which is insane... Pro-tip: Tell others to try the baked goods without letting them know it's vegan. I dare them to notice!
Now THIS was an experience. Ever wanted to be a guest on Top Chef? At Nomad, your Top Chef dreams will all come true! The tasting menu was definitely pricey, but compared to other tasting menus in big cities or even compared to other restaurants in Portland with James Beard award winning chefs, Nomad gives you way more value. Pro-tip: Make sure to show up hungry, because they give you a LOT of food over the whole course!
Nomad.PDX
575 NE 24th Ave
Now THIS was an experience. Ever wanted to be a guest on Top Chef? At Nomad, your Top Chef dreams will all come true! The tasting menu was definitely pricey, but compared to other tasting menus in big cities or even compared to other restaurants in Portland with James Beard award winning chefs, Nomad gives you way more value. Pro-tip: Make sure to show up hungry, because they give you a LOT of food over the whole course!
Bloody Mary Flight. That's all I'm gonna say. Pro-tip: Remember that some people (like me) don't drink beer and might appreciate a stop at a distillery.
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New Deal Distillery and Tasting Room
900 Southeast Salmon Street
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Bloody Mary Flight. That's all I'm gonna say. Pro-tip: Remember that some people (like me) don't drink beer and might appreciate a stop at a distillery.
I got the crab hash once, and never tried anything else after that... I did try the Loukaniko and it was really good. Their biscuits are better than other restaurants that have biscuit in their names! Even the standard home-fried potatoes on the side are to die for! Pro-tip: If you can't handle big portions, share a dish and get separate biscuits - you won't want to share the crispy and buttery goodness.
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City State Diner
128 Northeast 28th Avenue
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I got the crab hash once, and never tried anything else after that... I did try the Loukaniko and it was really good. Their biscuits are better than other restaurants that have biscuit in their names! Even the standard home-fried potatoes on the side are to die for! Pro-tip: If you can't handle big portions, share a dish and get separate biscuits - you won't want to share the crispy and buttery goodness.
Their tuna poke is one of the best on the East side of the river. I'm not super into sweet sauces, so I'm pretty picky about poke.. Pro-tip: I'll just buy this poke and combine it with rice and veggies. I can make two poke bowls out of it just that way!
H Mart
3301 SE Belmont St
Their tuna poke is one of the best on the East side of the river. I'm not super into sweet sauces, so I'm pretty picky about poke.. Pro-tip: I'll just buy this poke and combine it with rice and veggies. I can make two poke bowls out of it just that way!
I think their Cart Bowl is actually better than their Tortas - they're lighter and fresher tasting while being very filling at the same time. Pro-tip: If you have anyone in your group who doesn't drink alcoholic beverages, get them an agua fresca. It was a life saver for me when I was pregnant!
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Güero
113 SE 28th Ave
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I think their Cart Bowl is actually better than their Tortas - they're lighter and fresher tasting while being very filling at the same time. Pro-tip: If you have anyone in your group who doesn't drink alcoholic beverages, get them an agua fresca. It was a life saver for me when I was pregnant!
They have some really cool items in bulk - misos, dates, and grains you normally don't see - so it's a great place to shop at if you're in to cooking. (Even if you aren't into cooking while travelling, you should still check them out since they're only a block away from us.) They have an awesome Farmer's Market every Wednesday from 2 to 7pm where you can eat delicious Japanese and Mexican food as well as awesome baked goods! Pro-tip: There are plenty of foods you can buy in bulk, which means that even if you just want to sample a bit of granola or any odd foods you've never tried you can totally do that!
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People's Food Co-op
3029 Southeast 21st Avenue
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They have some really cool items in bulk - misos, dates, and grains you normally don't see - so it's a great place to shop at if you're in to cooking. (Even if you aren't into cooking while travelling, you should still check them out since they're only a block away from us.) They have an awesome Farmer's Market every Wednesday from 2 to 7pm where you can eat delicious Japanese and Mexican food as well as awesome baked goods! Pro-tip: There are plenty of foods you can buy in bulk, which means that even if you just want to sample a bit of granola or any odd foods you've never tried you can totally do that!
I had a margarita here for Happy Hour, and it was great - not too sweet, very refreshing. Also, the music was great (if you like 00's to 10's pop like me)! Pro-tip: They have Drag brunch on the weekends, but I hear you have to get good seats to be able to see the show properly.
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Night Light Lounge
2100 Southeast Clinton Street
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I had a margarita here for Happy Hour, and it was great - not too sweet, very refreshing. Also, the music was great (if you like 00's to 10's pop like me)! Pro-tip: They have Drag brunch on the weekends, but I hear you have to get good seats to be able to see the show properly.
My favorite thing is the Aloo Tikki - never miss it when I order from here. The curries aren't the best I've had, but they also have lots of street food I haven't tried yet so I stay away from them anyways. Pro-tip: Make sure to check out the spices section inside - it helps you make a more educated guess about what their dishes will smell/taste like. They have a great space to sit outside when the weather is nice.
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Bollywood Theater
3010 Southeast Division Street
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My favorite thing is the Aloo Tikki - never miss it when I order from here. The curries aren't the best I've had, but they also have lots of street food I haven't tried yet so I stay away from them anyways. Pro-tip: Make sure to check out the spices section inside - it helps you make a more educated guess about what their dishes will smell/taste like. They have a great space to sit outside when the weather is nice.
By far the best poke place in Portland in my opinion, thanks to the Classic Hawaiian sauce. Unlike a lot of poke places, they don't have varying prices on the different types of toppings, and they're on the more affordable side without sacrificing portion size. Pro-tip: If you need gluten free options, their menu is mostly GF with a few exceptions - great for those who are craving Japanese/soy sauce flavors. Keep in mind that both QuickFish locations are West of the river, so you'll want to avoid traveling back during commuting hours.
QuickFish
840 NW 13th Ave
By far the best poke place in Portland in my opinion, thanks to the Classic Hawaiian sauce. Unlike a lot of poke places, they don't have varying prices on the different types of toppings, and they're on the more affordable side without sacrificing portion size. Pro-tip: If you need gluten free options, their menu is mostly GF with a few exceptions - great for those who are craving Japanese/soy sauce flavors. Keep in mind that both QuickFish locations are West of the river, so you'll want to avoid traveling back during commuting hours.
Their menu changes pretty often, but my favorites seem to stay: Cauli-Town, Avo Toast, and Smooth Date. Pro-tip: Presentation-wise, they win every time (read: great for social media posts), but they are usually very busy and loud. The service isn't the quickest either, so you might not want to visit when you're in a rush.
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Proud Mary Cafe
2012 NE Alberta St
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Their menu changes pretty often, but my favorites seem to stay: Cauli-Town, Avo Toast, and Smooth Date. Pro-tip: Presentation-wise, they win every time (read: great for social media posts), but they are usually very busy and loud. The service isn't the quickest either, so you might not want to visit when you're in a rush.
Another great place for biscuits - smaller and less crispy than City State (one of my recommendations listed above). If you like more standard breakfast and brunch options (read: no fancy New American food) that are on the heartier side (read: no waffles or pancakes), this is the place for you. The portions may not look big, but they are definitely filling. Pro-tip: Great for dogs and dog-lovers. You'll wanna sit outside if you want to maximize your exposure to dogs. They always have a long wait on weekends, but they're great about texting/calling so you can roam around Alberta and still keep your spot!
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Tin Shed Garden Cafe
1438 Northeast Alberta Street
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Another great place for biscuits - smaller and less crispy than City State (one of my recommendations listed above). If you like more standard breakfast and brunch options (read: no fancy New American food) that are on the heartier side (read: no waffles or pancakes), this is the place for you. The portions may not look big, but they are definitely filling. Pro-tip: Great for dogs and dog-lovers. You'll wanna sit outside if you want to maximize your exposure to dogs. They always have a long wait on weekends, but they're great about texting/calling so you can roam around Alberta and still keep your spot!
I haven't been to all the locations, but this one has great coffee AND baked goods. Not all cafes have amazing almond croissants and fresh bagel-wiches! Pro-tip: If you want a place to get coffee and then move on to lunch, this is the best spot to be at! There are several great restaurants in the same building as the cafe. My favorite place is an Argentinian restaurant called Boca Grande (listed below).
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Seven Virtues Coffee Roasters on Glisan
5936 NE Glisan St
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I haven't been to all the locations, but this one has great coffee AND baked goods. Not all cafes have amazing almond croissants and fresh bagel-wiches! Pro-tip: If you want a place to get coffee and then move on to lunch, this is the best spot to be at! There are several great restaurants in the same building as the cafe. My favorite place is an Argentinian restaurant called Boca Grande (listed below).
Their empanadas and beef are so flavorful and perfectly moist (sorry if you hate that word)! They had a veggie special that was also great, and their salad dressing is perfect. Pro-tip: Try their rosé with the food - goes well together. If other people in your group prefer fried chicken or ramen, you're all in luck because this place is basically a food court!
Boca Grande
2707 NE Sandy Blvd
Their empanadas and beef are so flavorful and perfectly moist (sorry if you hate that word)! They had a veggie special that was also great, and their salad dressing is perfect. Pro-tip: Try their rosé with the food - goes well together. If other people in your group prefer fried chicken or ramen, you're all in luck because this place is basically a food court!
For the longest time I was addicted to their marionberry pies. I didn't even know what marionberries were till we moved to Portland! I also love their raspberry pies... Surprisingly great quiche, too! Pro-tip: Great for small groups of people who don't want to buy a whole pie and share it. Also great if you all have different tastes or don't want to share ;)
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The Pie Spot
521 Northeast 24th Avenue
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For the longest time I was addicted to their marionberry pies. I didn't even know what marionberries were till we moved to Portland! I also love their raspberry pies... Surprisingly great quiche, too! Pro-tip: Great for small groups of people who don't want to buy a whole pie and share it. Also great if you all have different tastes or don't want to share ;)
They have awesome garlic bread and marinara sauce - I could forgo the meatballs all together. My favorite meatball were the Classic Italian and Pork Piccante. Pro-tip: They also have great gluten free pasta and vegan balls!
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24th & Meatballs
2329 Northeast Glisan Street
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They have awesome garlic bread and marinara sauce - I could forgo the meatballs all together. My favorite meatball were the Classic Italian and Pork Piccante. Pro-tip: They also have great gluten free pasta and vegan balls!
They have great coffee AND you always have the option to donate to great causes when you tip them! Pro-tip: If you're looking for a quiet place to work, this is the best cafe to work at because they're a hidden gem. Only issues is they close pretty early in the afternoon. We keep a stamp card in our unit so we can pay in forward!
Neighbours Table
2830 NE Flanders St
They have great coffee AND you always have the option to donate to great causes when you tip them! Pro-tip: If you're looking for a quiet place to work, this is the best cafe to work at because they're a hidden gem. Only issues is they close pretty early in the afternoon. We keep a stamp card in our unit so we can pay in forward!
Interesting concept: a rotisserie chicken meets Mexican food. I love the Green Bowl, and their cocktails are great. Pro-tip: Enjoy the patio on a sunny day!
Pollo Norte
2935 NE Glisan St
Interesting concept: a rotisserie chicken meets Mexican food. I love the Green Bowl, and their cocktails are great. Pro-tip: Enjoy the patio on a sunny day!
I'd never had a cornmeal crust pizza before I went to this place and I was pleasantly surprised! These pizzas feel more like a sit-down or sharing meal than most pizzas. Pro-tip: If you can't settle on one item on the menu, you can always ask them to split the toppings in half.
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Dove Vivi Pizza
2727 Northeast Glisan Street
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I'd never had a cornmeal crust pizza before I went to this place and I was pleasantly surprised! These pizzas feel more like a sit-down or sharing meal than most pizzas. Pro-tip: If you can't settle on one item on the menu, you can always ask them to split the toppings in half.
Have you ever tried Sicilian style pizza? I like it WAY better than Chicago style because overall it's less heavy while the crust is crispy and greasy. My favorite is the #4 Pizza. Pro-tip: You're already at a bar, so you can order drinks while you wait!
Ranch Pizza @ Poison’s Rainbow
344 NE 28th Ave
Have you ever tried Sicilian style pizza? I like it WAY better than Chicago style because overall it's less heavy while the crust is crispy and greasy. My favorite is the #4 Pizza. Pro-tip: You're already at a bar, so you can order drinks while you wait!
I never had a Guay Tiew Kua Gai before - I usually order Pad Kee Mow when I'm at a Thai restaurant - and I ended up ordering two portions off of the Happy Hour menu! Their glazed fried chicken (Peek Gai Tod) was one of the best I've had in the city. Pro-tip: Yep, you already guessed it - go during Happy Hour! But beware, because they don't have Happy Hour every day...
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PaaDee
6 Southeast 28th Avenue
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I never had a Guay Tiew Kua Gai before - I usually order Pad Kee Mow when I'm at a Thai restaurant - and I ended up ordering two portions off of the Happy Hour menu! Their glazed fried chicken (Peek Gai Tod) was one of the best I've had in the city. Pro-tip: Yep, you already guessed it - go during Happy Hour! But beware, because they don't have Happy Hour every day...
Do you like thin-crust, wood-fired pizza? Then this is the place for you. They don't usually do takeouts and they definitely don't do deliveries, so it is more for a sit-down type of affair. Pro-tip: Get a bunch of different pies and share them! Also, if you can't make the trip, but you do see Ken's Artisan Bakery bread at a grocery store (People's Co-Op has it), you have to get it! Best bread in town.
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Ken's Artisan Pizza
304 SE 28th Ave
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Do you like thin-crust, wood-fired pizza? Then this is the place for you. They don't usually do takeouts and they definitely don't do deliveries, so it is more for a sit-down type of affair. Pro-tip: Get a bunch of different pies and share them! Also, if you can't make the trip, but you do see Ken's Artisan Bakery bread at a grocery store (People's Co-Op has it), you have to get it! Best bread in town.
I liked the Hoki Poki Box the best - it was like a poke roll! They also have good cocktails. Pro-tip: If you're okay with smaller portions, and you care about the presentation of your food, this is the right place for you.
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Bamboo Sushi
310 Southeast 28th Avenue
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I liked the Hoki Poki Box the best - it was like a poke roll! They also have good cocktails. Pro-tip: If you're okay with smaller portions, and you care about the presentation of your food, this is the right place for you.
The restaurant is light and bright, and so is the food! My favorites are the Mezze and the chicken skewers. Great cocktails, too. Pro-tip: The seats are a bit close to each other and they're often busy for dinner and brunch so reservations are encouraged.
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Tusk
2448 E Burnside St
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The restaurant is light and bright, and so is the food! My favorites are the Mezze and the chicken skewers. Great cocktails, too. Pro-tip: The seats are a bit close to each other and they're often busy for dinner and brunch so reservations are encouraged.
I usually don't like eggplants but the Mousakka Batinjan was heavenly. Their pita bread is so squishy and delicious! (Did I mention it's free?) Pro-tip: It's hard to find parking on this section of Hawthorne, so prepare to park and walk.
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TarBoush Lebanese Bistro & Bar
3257 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
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I usually don't like eggplants but the Mousakka Batinjan was heavenly. Their pita bread is so squishy and delicious! (Did I mention it's free?) Pro-tip: It's hard to find parking on this section of Hawthorne, so prepare to park and walk.
If you're already in the NW neighborhood for some shopping, might as well check and see if Salt & Straw has a long line. Their best deal is the tasting (4 generously sized kid scoops for just $9!) or the pint. The pint is best if you're in a rush, because you can skip the line. My favorite flavor was the Almond Brittle with Salted Ganache :)
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Salt & Straw
838 Northwest 23rd Avenue
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If you're already in the NW neighborhood for some shopping, might as well check and see if Salt & Straw has a long line. Their best deal is the tasting (4 generously sized kid scoops for just $9!) or the pint. The pint is best if you're in a rush, because you can skip the line. My favorite flavor was the Almond Brittle with Salted Ganache :)
I love that Portland has plenty of vegan and vegetarian restaurants that are full of flavor! We went for brunch and I had a hash with soy curls that was perfect in every way! Pro-tip: Get their pita - they're heavenly.
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AVIV
1125 SE Division St
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I love that Portland has plenty of vegan and vegetarian restaurants that are full of flavor! We went for brunch and I had a hash with soy curls that was perfect in every way! Pro-tip: Get their pita - they're heavenly.
All their cocktails are great, and their sides are amazing - their fries are arguably the best fries I've ever had, and their brussels sprouts are on point! Pro-tip: They have great outdoor seating and they're right across a brewery if you wanna kill two birds with one stone ;)
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Double Dragon
1235 Southeast Division Street
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All their cocktails are great, and their sides are amazing - their fries are arguably the best fries I've ever had, and their brussels sprouts are on point! Pro-tip: They have great outdoor seating and they're right across a brewery if you wanna kill two birds with one stone ;)
Their syrups are so unique and flavorful! Definitely a must-try for coffee-lovers. Pro-tip: They don't have a lot of seats inside, so it might not be the best place to travel to if you don't want to sit indoors. They do have a food truck pod nearby, if you want to wait it out.
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Never Coffee
4243 SE Belmont St
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Their syrups are so unique and flavorful! Definitely a must-try for coffee-lovers. Pro-tip: They don't have a lot of seats inside, so it might not be the best place to travel to if you don't want to sit indoors. They do have a food truck pod nearby, if you want to wait it out.
Good coffee and nice place to work. Even when it's busy it doesn't feel like it's crowded or loud. Their syrups are on the sweeter side. Pro-tip: There's also a Tasty n Daughters here, which is a great place to indulge in New American cuisine foods.
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Good Coffee
4747 Southeast Division Street
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Good coffee and nice place to work. Even when it's busy it doesn't feel like it's crowded or loud. Their syrups are on the sweeter side. Pro-tip: There's also a Tasty n Daughters here, which is a great place to indulge in New American cuisine foods.
Best Latin American food I've had in a while, and it's vegetarian?! The mezcal cocktails were amazing and our favorite dishes were the empanadas and beans. Pro-tip: Skip the fish tacos for now...
Mestizo
2910 SE Division St
Best Latin American food I've had in a while, and it's vegetarian?! The mezcal cocktails were amazing and our favorite dishes were the empanadas and beans. Pro-tip: Skip the fish tacos for now...
Seriously good Chinese food. Love that their menu focuses on just a few items. We tried several noodle soups and they were all very flavorful. My favorite dish was the handmade dumplings. Pro-tip: If you’re in a rush, call fifteen minutes ahead for takeout on your way out. Takes almost exactly that long to get there from our place.
Master Kong
8435 Southeast Division Street
Seriously good Chinese food. Love that their menu focuses on just a few items. We tried several noodle soups and they were all very flavorful. My favorite dish was the handmade dumplings. Pro-tip: If you’re in a rush, call fifteen minutes ahead for takeout on your way out. Takes almost exactly that long to get there from our place.
Might be my favorite place for an espresso in Portland. Their food menu is great, too. If you’re not too hungry and you’re open to trying new dishes, definitely get some food here. Pro-tip: The Wi-Fi is pretty unreliable and the outlets don’t work well, so it’s better to bring a book or a friend.
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Upper Left Roasters
1204 SE Clay St
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Might be my favorite place for an espresso in Portland. Their food menu is great, too. If you’re not too hungry and you’re open to trying new dishes, definitely get some food here. Pro-tip: The Wi-Fi is pretty unreliable and the outlets don’t work well, so it’s better to bring a book or a friend.