WHAT WE ATE
How did we conquer the food world? We chronicle more than a century of Portland dining.
Here are the wild spots, rule breakers, lost treasures, and unforgettable dishes that forged our food culture.
Karen Brooks, Molly Woodstock, and Michael Zusman
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Plus three Portland coffee roasters and a farm-to-table market join the high-flying lineup.
In 2015, five huge deals vaulted the Portland economy into a new era.
The San Francisco–based company will acquire Portland’s homegrown Stumptown Coffee Roasters.
Restaurant and Bar Updates
Blue Star Opens in Japan, Stumptown launches Cold Brew Nitro, and Justin Wills plans a second restaurant in Newport.
Creamy Stumptown cold brew in a carton, chocolate from a treehouse, and Mexican mole — we've rounded up a new batch of Oregon-made goods for your snacking pleasure.
Eat Beat Team
A traveling coffee connoisseur, determined to drink 100 cups of coffee in 13 days, reflects on Portland’s finest roasts in a new original web series.
Experimental film, solo storytelling, David Sedaris, and Taylor Dayne at CAP's Annual Art Auction!
As Stumptown Coffee’s food-loving founder continues to devour SE Division Street, we got an early look at the baking vision and menu set to debut in early May.
With his new restaurant, Ava Gene’s, Duane Sorenson gives indie dining an Old World polish.
Rippling abs, muddy jockeys, South American deserts, and more invite you out to December gallery hunting.
Portland Monthly Staff