Portland is broken up into five quadrants (yes, we know quad means four, we do things a little differently here) and each of them is chock full of delicious dining opportunities. Check out my picks for the best eats in each section of the city.
2nd project from James Beard Award nominated chef Oswaldo Bibiano. Menu explores the cuisine of Bibiano’s home state of Guerrero as well as dishes from Toluca, Sinaloa, Mexico City, Oaxaca, and more.
Part craft beer convenience store, part Schlitz memorabilia museum, part Midwest eatery. Case after case of hard-to-find bottled brews, an imposing list of beers on tap, and a tavern crowd worthy of its own sitcom.
This local brewery’s second two-wheel-friendly outpost on North Williams has plenty of bike parking, 10 different organic Hopworks Urban Brewery beers on draft (plus one on cask), and tons of happy hour meal deals under $4.
The Ostrovskys make everything from scratch, down to their almond extract and honeycomb candy, and the liquid nitrogen process of their delicious ice cream isn't just for science geeks.