Sensational Indian food, Thai bites, Middle Eastern fare, crazy good sandwiches and killer doughnuts. Yum. https://bayareane.ws/PortlandEats
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At The Hoxton, Portland, it’s all about bringing the outside in and mixing locals and out-of-towners. The plant-filled lobby lounge, with its cozy velvet couches and stacks of design books, is the kind of place you could happily spend an idle weekend afternoon or set up shop for a productive workday.
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Portland is AMAZING for food and caters to all sorts of different diets. This is my round-up of the best vegetarian-friendly spots in the city – there's also plenty in here to quite meat eaters, vegans, gluten free etc..
It’s no secret that Portland is one of America’s most vibrant cities, with an incredible food and art scene. Visit in the winter to skip peak tourist season and land incredible deals. Read More:https://www.oprahmag.com/life/g25701416/affordable-week...
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It’s hard to argue the comforting power of the humble dumpling. Nearly every culture has some version of a filled, unleavened parcel, whether it’s one of many regional Chinese styles, Japanese gyoza, Russian pelmini, or Polish pierogies. With a sizab...
Lots of outdoor activities, a great food scene, and fabulous public transportation made this town one of Parents' best city vacation picks. Read More: https://www.parents.com/fun/vacation/ideas/10-things-to-do-in-portland/
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The secret is out. Over the past several years, people have been flocking to Portland to get a taste of one of the country’s hottest culinary scenes. Whether you’re searching out the best pizza, fried chicken or ramen you’ve ever tasted, want to sate your sweet tooth, or are looking for fine-dining restaurants with artful Pacific Northwest fare, here are the 15 can’t-miss restaurants in PDX.