Health News

Activated Charcoal Bursts with Black Hue. But Is It Healthy?

This trendy ingredient is good for making spooky sundaes and tasty treats, but “detoxing” is another story.

11/21/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren

Mount Hood Guide: Where to Eat

Timberline’s Apres-Ski Dining Options, Ranked

The good news: being cold and hungry still amplifies flavor in supernatural ways. The other news: the food scene at Timberline remains a mixed bag.

11/20/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

News to Chew

Omertà Shutters, Doug Adams at the Woodsman Tavern, and More PDX Food News

… including a new Shalom Y’all in Southeast Industrial, a pizza-slinging bar from Modest Mouse, and Roe’s downtown opening date.

11/17/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Breaking News

Vegan Brunch Returns to the Sudra

The Indian-inspired spot offers coconut pancakes, black rice porridge, besan quiche, and more.

11/15/2017 By Molly Woodstock

Holiday Eats

10 Ways to Eat Out or Order In This Thanksgiving

From expertly stocked produce boxes at Rubinette to full-on seafood jamborees at Headwaters, Portland has you covered.

11/15/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren

Breaking News

Bar Casa Vale Revamps with New Chef, New Menu

One of PoMo’s Restaurants of the Year brings in fresh blood and ups its dinner game. Also on the way? Brunch.

11/10/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Intersectional Shopping

My People’s Market Spotlights Portland Entrepreneurs of Color

The night market boasts nearly 100 businesses owned by locals of color, from artists to fashion designers to distillers.

11/09/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren

Farm to Table

This Food Delivery System Is the Next Big Thing You’ve Never Heard Of

MilkRun is like a CSA where you get to choose what you want from local farms.

11/03/2017 By Chad Walsh

Breaking News

You Can Soon Devour This Delicious Burger at Pioneer Courthouse Square

We've got all the tasty details on the new food cart pod in Portland’s living room.

11/03/2017 By Kelly Clarke

Breaking News

James Beard Award-Winning Chefs Greg and Gabi Denton to Open Bistro Agnes in Downtown’s SuperBite Space

Goodbye, wild microplates; hello, steak frites and profiteroles. In mid-January, the critically acclaimed chef-couple will embrace their culinary roots: soul-warming French bistro cooking.

11/01/2017 By Karen Brooks

Breaking News

Impossible Burger Now Courting Omnivores at 6 Portland Restaurants

Developed in Silicon Valley, the plant-based patty is said to taste, smell, and even bleed like meat.

10/27/2017 By Molly Woodstock

Art theft

Is This Portland’s Most Mind-Boggling Art Heist Ever?

A thief stole a work of art from the bathroom of Pip’s Original Doughnuts. The rub? They left a forged replica in its place.

10/25/2017 By Fiona McCann

Breaking News

Holy Triple Fat-Fried-Chicken! Southern Pop-Up Mae to Open Two Restaurants

Next spring, expect a homey, counter-service spot up front, and story-slinging, prix fixe fine dinners in the back.

10/25/2017 By Kelly Clarke

Halloween

Where to Eat, Drink, Trick, and Treat on Halloween

There’s more to the holiday than just candy. We’re talking gruesome ice cream flavors, costumed block parties, and a truly terrifying Guy Fieri–themed dinner.

10/25/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren

Fermentation Nation

Have a Rotten Good Time at the Portland Fermentation Fest

Pickles to miso to Hawaiian moonshine, the city’s eighth annual “Stinkfest” boasts the best ferments in town.

10/18/2017 By Kelly Clarke

Breaking News

Pastrami Zombie to Open Brick-and-Mortar on E Burnside

The purveyor of the city’s best pastrami—and one of Portland Monthly’s favorite food carts of 2017—puts down roots.

10/17/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

All the Apples

Nibble Rare Apples at Rubinette Market’s Harvest Tasting This Saturday

From Mountain Rose to Rubinette’s namesake apple, Providore’s produce dorks offer a chic way to stuff yourself with the best fruits.

10/12/2017 By Kelly Clarke

News to Chew

Hat Yai Expands, Bamboo Sushi and Salt & Straw Head to Lake O, and More PDX Food News

… including Irving Street Kitchen’s big Wild About Game win, Stacked’s new brunch, and the closure of Oba.

10/11/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Weekly Planner

Mezcal for Mexico Earthquake Relief, Daniel Patterson at Coquine, and More PDX Food Events

… including a wine pop-up from Parallel, Thanksgiving with Joshua McFadden of Ava Gene's, and a Zenger Farm dinner.

10/11/2017 By Benjamin Tepler

Cheese

The Wedge Cheese Festival Returns for 2017

After the inaugural 'Oregon Cheese Month,' the stoke is high for the state’s biggest dairy blowout.

10/02/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren