This quickly growing Portland neighborhood is home to some of the best lunch options that Portland has to offer. Visit the following restaurants and see if you don't agree.
Delicious slices, simple service and lovely patio make this Portland pizza institution an easy classic.
The award-winning Lincoln is great for special occasions: for birthdays, for anniversaries, or when you just want to reward your taste buds. Ask for bread and butter, also there's a $20 corkage fee.
Tasty n Sons, with its high ceilings and open atmosphere, seasonally-inspired menu and dedication to quality, has become a real force on the Portland epicurean scene. Eat there often, as the menu is always changing.
Visit Las Primas during the 3-6pm happy hour for cheap Peruvian street food and bottled beer. Watch some futbol and play some foosball to fully escape Portland for Peru.
The emphasis on local and homemade makes paying nine $9 for sandwiches more reasonable. Great if you like meat or fake meat, nothing special for those in between.
It's inevitable in Portland to come across a Cha Cha Cha! & every time you do, you should stop in. The enchiladas are loaded, and the mole sauce is homemade. Try something different each time.
Whether it's folks running around on a scavenger hunt or kids just running around, Bike Bar is always bustling. Tasting the testers to find your favorite is highly recommended.
Stop in late for a late lunch, between three and six, and enjoy a dollar off sandwiches & beer. Pair the Reuben with a porter & you probably won't even need dinner.