Casual Eats In Portland: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In Portland: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual Portland restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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    A sweetly minimal café, with rustic wood floors and tables and tall mason jars, is a welcome new neighbor on a residential block in the Northeast. Don’t leave without a slice of homemade honey pie. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Omg the spicy aardvark sauce, so good. My nose is running and my eyebrows are sweating. Love the vegan options! -- Alison B. via Foursquare
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    Taco Tuesday- $.50 off tacos and drink specials 3 to close on Tuesdays -- Allison Hill via Foursquare
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    Guests can navigate to the nook of their choice, whether the bar, lunch counter, or pastry case/coffee bar. Tilt sticks to the basics: cultishly beloved burgers, comforting biscuits, and pie. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Get the fried pickles. Seriously. Seriously. Get them. Get the fried pickles. -- JESS3 via Foursquare
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    Food is amazing but with 2 people behind the counter it seems to take forever to get through the line. I wonder if anyone in management checks this tip section to see that it really is a problem. -- Sara Nicolas via Foursquare
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    This late-night, high-ceilinged 'za emporium plates pies with toppings like South of Heaven's pepperoni and jalapenos; plus vegetarian-friendly concoctions. Wash it down with a beer, or 30. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Get the ham and cheese omelet w/breakfast tarred and English muffin! Gf had oatmeal w/granola and yogurt! Huge servings! Great service! -- Samuel Varner via Foursquare
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    They brew awesome beer here. Try it with the veggie wings and the lime cilantro sauce. Delicious! -- Greg Beddor via Foursquare
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    Thin-crust East Coast/New Haven-style pizza, this southeast joint closes when they out of dough, which they stick in a 650-900-degree oven and char the daylights out of. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Can you handle the “mancakes?” Adam tried this epic stack of 13-inch pancakes. As seen on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food Nation. -- Travel Channel via Foursquare
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    Little Big Burger delivers consistently tasty burgers with the speed (but not the cost) of a NYC lunch counter, finally bringing a quick and cheap option to the heart of the Pearl. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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