If you're never going to make it to the cool kids' table at the PCC Cascade cafeteria, hit up these restaurants to refuel between classes. All of these joints, at a half mile radius of campus, are within walking distance of PCC.
Meow, owner of TFC, is the Thai princess of Killingsworth. Her Koi Soi, with an abundance of veggies, is flavored like nowhere else.
Nothing beats wandering into this warm and cozy restaurant from the Portland rain for some hot and tasty pho. Nothing.
I order Eddie's maybe 3 times a week (they deliver) and at my recent doctor's appt they told me I had gained 25 lbs., so stick with salad.
The Froom, as it's also known, is the original hip bar on Killingsworth. Others have propped up, but this bar remains the stronghold.
At times, E'Njoni can be pricey (their lunch buffet, for example), to alleviate this visit their happy hour Mon-Fri 4-6pm. During these two hours enjoy discounted falafel sandwiches & traditional Ethiopian dishes.
Enat Kitchen is one of the many Ethiopian establishments alive and thriving on Killingsworth, and with their competitively priced lunch buffet (5 veggie + 1 meat dish) they'll be around for a while.
Saraveza, bar and bottle shop, really has something going here. Numerous drafts and six packs ensure a tasty night of drinking.
From the adorable antique salt shakers to the perfectly soft-boiled egg with the bakers' breakfast, Sweedeedee leaves no detail overlooked. Visit this spot soon, and visit it often, while it's still under the foodie-radar. Once Sweedeedee is discovered expect wait times that rival Tasty 'n' Sons.
Enhancing basic sandwiches such has ham, turkey or tuna fish with additions including pesto, smoked gouda and garlic mayo makes this quaint sandwich shop a go-to option for hunger pangs between classes.