Summer Eats: Master the Markets

Beyond the Behemoths: 3 Smaller Portland Farmers Markets to Know

For speed and specialties, hit these spots.

06/19/2018 By Margaret Seiler

Summer Eats: Savor

3 Essential Grilling Recipes from Top Portland Chefs

Bratwurst and skirt steak feel like old news? From salty-sweet pork chops to herbaceous cucumber and haloumi, here's how to heat up your summer.

06/19/2018 By Benjamin Tepler

Dining Guide

27 Portland Patios for Blissed-Out Summer Dining

Like food? And sun? This list is for you.

06/19/2018 By Eat Beat Team

Fresh Hopped

3 Old-School Portland Breweries Get Modern Makeovers

Bridgeport, Widmer, and Rogue revamp themselves for the New Portland beer scene.

06/19/2018 By Marty Patail

Word of Mouth

Portland's Real-Deal Farm-to-Table Cooking Isn't Where You'd Expect

Namely in a downtown wine shop.

06/19/2018 By Karen Brooks

Meat, Pray, Love

How Portlander Camas Davis Turned from Journalism to Butchery

Her new memoir, Killing It: An Education, chronicles the long, bloody move.

06/19/2018 By Natasha Tandler

Secret Sauce

How Burgerville Workers Formed the First Fast-Food Union in the US

The beloved Northwest chain made history this spring, but there's plenty more work ahead.

06/19/2018 By Christine Menges and Sam Pape

Cowabunga

Portland Monthly’s All-Local Food Festival Will Be the Toast (and Taste) of Summer

Cowabunga—our ode to Oregon bounty—features Bar Casa Vale, Ringside, Little Beast, Carman Ranch, Tournant, and more. Plus, our seventh annual Country Brunch!

06/15/2018 By Zach Dundas and Kelly Clarke

Scoops in the Sky

Salt & Straw Is Now Available on (Some) Alaska Airlines Flights

Fork over the big bucks for first class, and you’ll get premier, local ice cream at 35,000 feet.

06/14/2018 By Alena Willbur

Breaking News

Trifecta Tavern Barman Colin Carroll to Open 5 & Dime This Fall

The booze guru will craft cocktails—and dole out morning-after Emergen-C—at his bodega-inspired Foster-Powell bar.

06/14/2018 By Sam Pape

Cow Palace

The New Tillamook Creamery Is a Dairy Lover's Dream Come True

Two floors and 42,000 square feet of ice cream, grilled cheese, movies, interactive milking exhibits, and—of course—heaps of free cheddar samples.

06/13/2018 By Alena Willbur

Pride Month

6 Ways to Get Artsy at Portland Pride

From sci-fi wine tastings and curated club parties to a LGBTQ history walking tour, there are plenty of original ways to celebrate Pride in Portland.

06/12/2018 By Natasha Tandler

Food Event Spotlight

Cookbook Legend Diana Henry Comes to Powell’s June 13

PoMo food critic Karen Brooks hosts a deep dive into Henry’s new cookbook, How to Eat a Peach.

06/12/2018 By Benjamin Tepler

Breaking News

First Look: Castagna Café Reboot OK Omens Is Ready for Prime Time

The casual modern wine bar from Michelin-caliber chef Justin Woodward and rising somm star Brent Braun is now open, and we’ve got the details.

06/07/2018 By Karen Brooks

Women's Work

Here Are 3 Opportunities to Hang Out with Amazing Portland Women

Swill lady-made gin, combat the wage gap, and get an earful of risky lit.

06/07/2018 By Kelly Clarke

Party Planning

What Cocktails Should You Drink with Nirvana, Blondie, and Marvin Gaye?

The brother-sister writing duo behind Booze and Vinyl hit Music Millennium with spirited ideas (and recipes) for your next liquor-heavy listening party.

06/05/2018 By Natasha Tandler

Breaking News

Feast Portland’s Hottest Ticket Boasts 3 Power Lady Chefs, 4 Michelin Stars, and 1 Night of Serious Eating

SF's Dominique Crenn, NYC's Emma Bengtsson, and Portland’s Kristen Murray collaborate at September’s food fest. We got details. 

06/05/2018 By Karen Brooks

New Hotels

Jupiter NEXT—the Jupiter Hotel's Luxe 'Big Sister'—Is Now Open

The 67-room Lower Burnside respite also houses Hey Love, a new lounge concept from alums of Rum Club, Dig a Pony, and Mississippi Studios.

06/05/2018 By Ramona DeNies

Breaking News

Brunch Favorite HunnyMilk Launches Doughnut Pop-Up, Outer Darkness Donuts

… with not one, but two possible brick-and-mortars coming down the pike.

06/01/2018 By Catherine Johnson