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1992 to now, our downtown market provides produce for the people.
BEST OF THE CITY 2016
Iced matcha-chai lattes to killer pastrami sandwiches, here are some of our city’s most delicious things.
Kelly Clarke, Eden Dawn, Marty Patail, Benjamin Tepler, Karen Brooks, and Rachel Ritchie
Secret beaches to art deco splendor to OG dive bars, here are some of our favorite things in every corner of Portland.
Portland Monthly Staff
From organic beets to fresh Pacific oysters, produce markets in and around Tillamook add snap to your beach weekend.
The legendary organic farm from Joseph feeds some of the best kitchens in the city. Now, it’s on the ropes. Here’s how we can all pitch in.
WORD OF MOUTH
Food critic Karen Brooks shares picks from Portland’s first food hall, packed with eats from eight celebrated local restaurateurs and counting.
Omission vs. Groundbreaker vs. Utah-based Uinta. We ranked these beers from best to worst.
Ramona DeNies and Marty Patail
Portland’s cultural fixture celebrates its 25th year with a cookbook featuring the city’s top chefs, artisans, farmers, and their recipes.
Black cod to gapers, bay shrimp to butter clams, here’s where to find—and how to prepare—the best of Oregon’s briny bounty.
Ramona DeNies and Kelly Clarke
Green Zebra’s Lloyd District location is now open, complete with new snacks galore.
Eat Beat gets an early-bird look at Pine Street Market, with tastes from two star-studded new eateries: Trifecta Annex and Pollo Bravo. Let Stumptown's experimental food hall mania commence!
Why nearly everything you’ve heard about German supermarket chain Veganz’s US expansion is wrong.
The relocated flagship location of Pastaworks includes an oyster bar, florist, and Mediterranean-style chicken rotisserie.
Unusual pies from Forkish’s forthcoming pizza cookbook and crazy croissants will rise from a tiny space inside Portland’s first food hall. Here’s why they matter.
It’s Dairy Queen turned upside down, Portland-style. Eat Beat has the first details on Kim and Tyler Malek’s new sit-down soft serve experience inside Pine Street Market, opening April 1.
We’ve narrowed down the region’s autumnal offerings, with great mountain views, kid-friendly vibes, and rare varietals ripe for the picking.
Explore the world—one bite at a time—at Portland's plethora of global markets, where local meals and ingredients become tasty travelogues.
Zach Dundas, Allison Jones, Marty Patail, Rachel Ritchie, Benjamin Tepler, and Molly Woodstock
A look at the metro area's standout Indian markets and eateries—and why they all lie west of Portland.
Whether you've got roots in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland or simply love Nordic flavors, this sweet shop will stock you up.
GOURMET TO GO
This summer, don’t leave home without a
bountiful basket of local bites. Shakespeare in the park just got delicious.