Highlights included fantastic Thai food at Hat Yai, Middle Eastern food at Tusk, and super bites at SuperBite.
Admittedly, I’m skeptical of bargain food months, food carts and food tours. So why was I doing these things in Portland? How would they turn out?
It's truly a "celebration of Oregon Bounty," full of fabulous events. You'll want to save the dates for 2016.
Three recent and three previous meals at Portland, one of which was one of my most memorable meals of 2014.
A try at two of Bon Appétit's "Best New Restaurants in America 2014" leaves a flavorful but frustrated feeling in my mouth.
Each year, I return home to remarks of “Why isn’t Seattle home to a festival like this?” Here's a photo-heavy look at what we're missing.
It's easy to be envious of the Portland restaurant scene. But what's best? Here's a current eating itinerary that will provide pleasure to adventurous and ambitious food lovers seeking satisfaction from breakfast to late-night meals, with snacks and coffee thrown in for good measure.
There was no sophomore slump for Feast Portland, which packed the same culinary punch as last year’s premiere event. Check out the 39 photos, which include a couple of beef tongue dishes, plenty of pig, and some intriguing ice creams — including one called “Loaded Baked Potato.”
Feast Portland wound down in style with the High Comfort event, which challenged chefs to push comfort food out of the comfort zone. Here are all 20 of the High Comfort bites.
Feast Portland kicked off its second year with bready bang last night at the Sandwich Invitational, which featured 15 chefs competing for sandwich glory. Here's a look at all of them.