To Market, To Market

A New, BIPOC-led Farmers Market Takes Root in Portland

The Come Thru market is also an incubator for farmers and artisans who are just getting started.

07/17/2020 By Julia Silverman

News to Chew

10 Restaurants Offering Outdoor Dining in Portland

Just in time for 80-degree July days, these spots have nailed distance dining outdoors.

07/16/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Breaking News

Gabriel Rucker’s Riff on the Crunchwrap Supreme Coming to Alit Wines

What better pairing for a glass of pinot noir than a Taco Bell–inspired snack?

07/16/2020 By Katherine Chew Hamilton

News

Meet Our New Food Editor, Katherine Chew Hamilton

'Despite the fact that I’m pretty much always eating, I think good food writing isn’t just about food, but the people behind the food.'

07/10/2020 By Katherine Chew Hamilton

Food on Film

How to Make the Oily Cakes from First Cow in 8 Easy Steps

Look out, Robert Pattinson pasta.

07/10/2020 By Conner Reed

News to Chew

5 Things to Eat and Drink This Week

Five spots that scream summer, Portland-style

07/08/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Agriculture

These Groups Are Bringing Black-Led Farming and Food Justice to Portland

Black Futures Farm and Equitable Giving Circle have a clear goal: food sovereignty.

07/08/2020 By Tiara Darnell

News

5 Days That Shook the Portland Food World

When Yonder’s Maya Lovelace opened her Instagram feed to accusations of restaurant abuse last week, all hell broke loose.

07/07/2020 By Karen Brooks

The Takeaway

Portland Restaurants Want to Cut the High Fees Charged by Delivery Apps

The Portland City Council has unanimously granted their request for temporary relief.

07/07/2020 By Julia Silverman

Public Art

Amalfi's Has a New, Riveting Mascot

Commissioned by owner Kiauna Floyd, Rosie PDX celebrates the worth of women everywhere.

07/07/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Baking for a Cause

Alert: Portland’s Big A$$ Antiracist Bake Sale Goes Live July 4

Star bakers and home cooks unite for a supersize sale and auction to raise money for Portland BIPOC organizations—gift baskets and surprises included.

07/02/2020 By Karen Brooks

News to Chew

5 Things to Eat and Drink This Week: June 30–July 6

Where to get burgers, bites, and booze this week to celebrate the Fourth.

06/30/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Breaking News

Kimura Toast Bar Is What We Need Right Now

Japanese pizza toast, homemade shokupan, and dessert for breakfast is coming for N Williams, from the minds behind Kayo's Ramen Bar.

06/30/2020 By Karen Brooks

Breaking News

Bakeshop Is Dead. Bakeshop 2.0 Is Alive and Well on NE Sandy.

Says esteemed Portland baker Kim Boyce: “I'm going back to the roots where I started. Back in the kitchen, having fun.”

06/25/2020 By Karen Brooks

News to Chew

5 Things to Eat and Drink This Week: June 24

With Phase One of reopening in full swing, here’s a handful of good stuff to give a go.

06/25/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Interview

"The Whole System Came Down. Let's Fix Everything."

Chef Gregory Gourdet on Top Chef, race, and rebuilding the food nation

06/18/2020 By Karen Brooks

News to Chew

This Week in Portland Food and Drink

From Oregon Cider Week to doughnuts to Nicaraguan coffee, here’s some of what’s happening right now.

06/18/2020 By Lauren Carlos

Exclusive Interview

Does the World Still Need Pok Pok?

Says Andy Ricker, a white guy famously making Thai food: “Unless you're not fucking paying attention, you have got to be having this thought.”

06/16/2020 By Karen Brooks

Beyond Hunger Games

The Food Scene's New Rallying Cry: Improvise, Adapt, Overcome

Portland's food scene is changed forever. But we were built to survive. “Portland was meant for this moment.”

06/16/2020 By Karen Brooks

Apocalypse Chow

Personalized Takeout Keeps the Essence of Portland Food Life Alive

Through hell and high water, Nodoguro, Coquine, and Gado Gado have morphed into makeshift takeout hot spots.

06/16/2020 By Karen Brooks Photography by Michael Novak