The Essential Portland Restaurants

The Essential Portland Restaurants

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Find out what's cooking at these outstanding restaurants in Portland.

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    Some of the most delicious and original ice cream we’ve ever had — go for the blue cheese with pear or honey balsamic with fresh strawberries. Try a scoop in one of their homemade waffle cones. -- ToryBurch via Foursquare
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    For the perfect treat, get their cinnamon snickerdoodle ice cream, made with Red Ape Cinnamon from Eugene and homemade snickerdoodle cookies. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Doug Fir is one of the best venues to see a show in Portland, just make sure to bring a friend. Go alone and the best conversation of the night will start with "Hey, got a cigarette I can bum?" -- The Alco-Frolic's Guide to PDX Bars via Foursquare
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    The plentiful plates at this popular Southern spot draw from the traditions of comforting soul food, spiced Cajun, New Orleans French fusion, Tex-Mex, and the water-fed Carolina Lowcountry. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    In the heart of downtown, Mother’s takes the heart of home-cooking—think roasts and biscuits and gravy—and gives it a touch of refinement. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Did you know? The Saturday Market is the largest continually-operating arts and crafts market in the U.S., but the tradition of buying goods from artisans in a marketplace goes back thousands of years -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    Guy could not get enough of the classic biscuits and gravy. He also devoured The Reggie with fried chicken, bacon, cheddar and gravy - all inside a "flaky & light" biscuit. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    A Portland staple. You haven't truly visited or lived in Portland until you've had a VooDoo doughnut. Personal favorite is the dirty old bastard. -- Michael Powell via Foursquare
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    Go to Voodoo Doughnut and get the Maple Bacon Bar. Sounds a bit weird, but it's delicious. One of the most popular selections there! -- Howard Kang 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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    Clyde Common’s uber-hip, dimly lit common room offers a snapshot of Portland, Oregon in all its skinny jeans-wearing, pork belly-eating, pig-loving, slow food glory. Negroni anyone? [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater 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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