Intrepid eaters, pack my meticulously-researched guide to Portland’s very finest locally-owned restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias, chocolate boutiques, scoop shops, food carts and specialty markets in your parka pocket, purse/murse, glove box or saddlebag, and go! Find Portland’s 100 Best Places To Stuff Your Faces at these fine retailers. >>
July 28, 2015
Whether you live here or you're tour-isting, there's really only one proper way to spend a day in Portland--non-stop eating, with occasional breaks for shopping and cultural attractions, if you must. Read full story »
June 24, 2015
Summer in Portland has a few major milestones—the first day you actually have to show your pale, quivering, lightphobic flesh in a swimsuit (horrors!), the onset of Movies in the Park (bravo!), beer fests and Blues Fest and Sunday Parkways (bravo, bravo, bravo!), and then my personal favorite and the one thing I hold above all other summer milestones, Counter Culture, aka Anne Amie Vineyards' pre-IPNC celebration of exceptional wine, food, fire dancers and hammocks (bravo to infinity!). Read full story »
June 3, 2015
Between Monday's overall gloom and yesterday's rain showers, picnics might not be the first thing on your mind today because you're too busy unpacking prematurely retired winter coats and making soup. However, the weather promises to improve its attitude dramatically starting tomorrow, working up to a toasty 90° on Saturday, so obviously this calls for a picnic party, which we are hosting from 12-4pm at beautiful Brooks Winery. Read full story »
GOING SOMEPLACE? WANT TO?
Since I think travel and food go together like Fred and Ginger, dark chocolate and peanut butter, and a trip to Paris and tomorrow, I’ve created a line of food-centric travel guides for wandering foodlovers just like me. So if you’re thinking of hitting the road sometime soon, or need an excuse to, take one of my Weekender guides along with you!
And for you hungry Portland day trippers, here’s my one-day facestuffaganza.