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Can Font: A Challenge for the Memory

Sangria, Starters and Paellas Shine at NW Northrup's Spanish Spot

Carlita’s Screaming Happy Hour Saves the Day

Northwest Portland's Got a New Tacos-and-Cocktails Spot

The Mighty Peking Duck: The Best Holiday Bird

Six Places Serving Peking Duck That's Worth the Effort (And Money)

An Ode to Portland’s Best Potato Dishes

Sushi One’s Generic Appearance Masks Impressive Sushi Hideaway

The Price Is Right at this Slightly Out-of-the-Way Gem

After Six Decades, Chin’s Kitchen Is New Again

Portland is Hungry for Dongbei Cuisine

Let’s Talk Over Rugelach: The Oregon Jewish Museum’s Lefty’s Cafe

To Share a Table and a Pastry Here Is to Share an Infectious Passion

In a Crowded Market, La Leña Picks Up Steam

With a solid stable of casual and homey dishes, this Peruvian restaurant is worth several visits.

Short Round Proves Its Mettle

Fish Sauce's Sister Bar Shines

Ichiza Kitchen & Tea House Brings Tokyo to Herbivores

I Love it When a Pod Comes Together

Alto Bajo and Lo Bar Live Up and Down to Their Names

Hits and Misses from the Hi-Lo Hotel's Restaurant and Bar

Soul Food, Redefined

Salimatu Amabebe’s Nigerian Pop-Ups Are Spicing Up Portland’s Vegan Food Scene.

Virtuous Pie: Fake (Cheese) News

Yes, Portland, There IS An Edible Gluten-Free Pizza

Support Black-Owned Restaurants this Week

... and Every Week!

Want Some Sustenance with Your Caffeine?

Guilder and Proud Mary Serve More Than Just Coffee

Start Jerking Around at Jamaican Jerk

A Northeast Food Cart Serving Up Fresh, Distinctive, Authentic Jamaican Plates

Jackrabbit Hops Over the Top

SF Celeb Chef Shows You Can Take Decadence Too Far

Döner Kebab Forever

Spitz Specializes in the Turkish Granddaddy of Street Food

There’s a Lot of Thai to Be Thankful For

Farmhouse Thai, Paadee’s Issan Nights, and Pok Pok NW

Where Cultures Meet

Unraveling the Complexities and Delights of Fijian Food at the Big Elephant

Rockin’ Aesthetics, Dude!

Holsteins’ and Rock and Roll Chili Pit’s Dueling Escapism

Jo-Jos to Die For

Big’s Chicken: A Good Choice for a Last Supper

Ray, Rain or Shine

Jenn Louis Proves Celebrity-Chef Status with New Israeli Restaurant

Breaking the Mold

Chalino Gets Inventive with Mexican

Dog Days

OP Wurst and the Sausage Scene

Heart-able Pizza

Micah Camden's Casual Empire Colonizes the Pizza Game

A Sushi Burrito for Everyone

You're Never Far from a Supersize Roll

In the Sea-Weeds

No Bones Beach Club Pleases the Plant Eater, But Is That Enough?

Dialing in Chinese

Danwei Canting is Off to a Decent (If Not Amazing) Start

The Missing Piece

Wares Brings Stability and Seriousness to the Zipper

Amazing New Places to Get Seriously Good Sandwiches

Also, a Hot Dog Is Not a Sandwich

A Town Deserving of Dumplings

Can XLB Provide Dumplings Worthy of Other West Coast Cities?

Taking the Leap with Tiffin Asha

From a Food Cart Space to a Destination Place

Biwa Is Dead, Long Live Biwa

Longtime SE Standby Is Now An Upscale Izakaya and Casual Cocktail Bar

A Visit to Shawarma Square

A Single City Block in SW Portland Offers 10 Shawarma Food Carts

A Former Duck Quarterback Walks Into A Bar

Joey Harrington’s Pearl Tavern Is Nearly A Touchdown

East Coast Counter Service Finds a Home in Figlia Americana

Grand Avenue's New Eatery Has Quite the Smorgasbord

More Illumination, Please

Lantern Is Good, But Not Quite Ready to Lead the Way

Pan Pizza Isn’t Square

Any Pizza Is Personal If You Try Hard Enough

Headwaters Is Bringing Haute Hotel Dining Back

Finicky Seas at Paley’s New Downtown Seafood-Forward Restaurant

Tips and Tricks for Kim Jong’s Smokehouse

How to Make the Most of Your Bowl

Delicious Décor

The Stories Behind Some of Portland’s Most Iconic Restaurant Interiors

The Merc Food Critic’s Personal Favorites

Where This Pro Eats on Her Own Time and Dime

Aim for Monday Nights at Deadshot

Holdfast’s Once-A-Week Bar Night Is Your Reason to Start the Week

Afuri’s High Concept, High Dollar Izakaya

Swank, Ambitious Japanese Outpost Is A New Chapter In Portland Dining

India by Way of Williams

Open Tandoor Brings Indian Food to Where It’s Sorely Needed

Jacqueline Rises to the Top

A Seafood Joint That Hat Tips Wes Anderson? Why Not?

Not Your Basic Rice Ball

Artisanal Spam And Soy-Spiked Grilled Snacks At Musubi

How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Tusk

Super-Anticipated “Middle Eastern” Launch Comes Proper, Especially at Brunch
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