Portland is arguably the land of gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free, but that doesn't mean local butchers are allowing their craft to fall by the way side. The following butchers and restaurants serve up the most creative and highest quality sausages in town.
Sheridan remains a grocery stronghold for the Industrial District, and with reason. More than just fresh produce, they offer a diverse meat case, deli and bulk selection. Have them make you a sandwich while you shop.
Tell all your friends who are serious about cooking about Pastaworks! Imported vinegars and oils and handmade pastas galore! Bella!
Here's the tip with Amnesia: if you normally drink 3 beers, only have 2 beers here. Despite the listed ABV, even the cider will mess you up.
The industrial neighborhood is quickly becoming known as a foodie hot spot, one of those reasons is Olympic Provisions. Sate your hunger with a meaty sandwich and leave with some packaged salami to keep the jealous coworkers at bay.
Go to Chop to pick up high quality meats by the pound, but be sure to set aside some dollars for their loaded sandwiches. El Cid and The Rebel are personal favorites.
The Wurst, the newest addition to the burgeoning inner east Burnside scene, is the answer to the question: Where should we go that won't be too crowded, has Beam Eight Star for the well whiskey and Buck Hunter?