These Alberta Street restaurants and bars are HOT right now. Hot like Pauly Shore in the movie "Encino Man" in that they're not chilling out any time soon. You'll know them when you see them, look for the line, bud-dy!
Waiting in line for brunch just isn't hip anymore, but Tin Shed's infused vodka and cheap biscuits make it an exception.
The menu is expansive but consistent. Stray from your usual Pad Kee Mao for the creamy and flavorful Tom Kha soup.
Ditch your usual eggs and bacon for the Brioche French Toast, Scottish eggs, or the Pear & Havarti Pie. Daily specials keep it fresh.
Offering an alternative to the usual Stumptown drip, this bright coffee shop will serve you sandwiches and soup from morning 'till night.
Andy Ricker popularized regionalized Thai food in Portland, and now possibly Bollywood with fresh Indian street cuisine, like Papri Chaat.
The Weeping Tiger sandwich keeps mouths screaming for more (even carnivores), while the mason jar punch turns it into an all-nighter.
Wait in a line 20 people deep and you will be rewarded graciously with an amazing biscuit & any fixings you desire. You'll be back in line.
What started as a young guy and an ice cream cart by Umpqua Bank has transformed into not only one of Portland's most desired ice cream shops, but one of Oprah's favorite things.