15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Portland

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Portland

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When it comes to eating in Portland, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    The cocktails here are Vietnamese-influenced and the pho worth a trek, but the spring rolls can't be beat. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    The second in a trio of Chef John Gorham restaurants. The food manages to feel both fun and yet carefully crafted, with a wide range of global influences from Korea to the U.K. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    One part ramen den, one part izakaya, two parts modernista basement bunker, this chef hangout is run by the most improbable Japanese cook in town: a white guy from Michigan. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Podnah’s hits the lowest common denominator of what makes food satisfying: salt, sweetness, fat, and Rodney Muirhead’s sauce has the perfect acidity. The brisket is perfectly smoked. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Chef Erik Van Kley serves expertly prepared takes on Parisian bistro favorites like crispy veal sweetbreads, chicken liver mousse, and cassoulet; pastry chef Nora Antene's desserts are tops. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    You must try the Pastor Burrito after a good night out on the town. If you can't get in due to seating, you can order food while across the street at Bailey's Taproom. -- John Bonebrake via Foursquare
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    All the way in the back of the billiards room is a cozy section with couches and a Wii. Even when the downstairs is full, there's usually room upstairs. No Happy Hour up there though. -- Daniel Hedrick via Foursquare
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    Booze makes everything better. Here's Exhibit A (as if you had any doubts): The fish & chips are cooked w/ a vodka batter that turns extra crisp when the booze evaporates during frying. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Por Qué No serves the famous ‘Bryan’s bowl’ (meat or vegetables, rice, beans, guacamole, and queso fresco). -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Classically trained chef Andy Ricker is now a certified empire-builder, but it’s worth a trip here if you want to never look at Thai food the same way again. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Gigantic and cheap bowls of handmade pasta without pretension. Always try the Chicken Radiatore, which is an updated chicken cacciatore, complete with crispy chicken skin adornments. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Toro Bravo is about as Spanish as the French revolution, but this is damn good food. Get there right when it opens — at five — and be ready to fight for your spot. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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