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Shanda
Oklahoma City

Shanda from Oklahoma City asked

Portland Must Eats!?

I'm in Portland for a conference. Please tell me your must eats for lunch and dinner! Thanks! 

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answered by
Anny from Taipei, Taiwan

Great Night View & Food 

1) Portland City Grill -Asia & Steak

2) Urban Farmer Portland / The Nines, Portland - Steak and Cocktails 

Breakfast

1) Mother's Bistro & Bar

Icecream

1) Salt & Straw - Oprah's fav. icecream

2) Fifty Licks Ice Cream

--> both places invent their flavors so you won't see it anywhere else 


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  6. Fifty Licks Ice Cream (attraction)
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Sandra from Portland

Broder Nord (No Portland) is different, has good food, service and atmosphere, open for all three meals I believe.  Cyril's at Clay Pigeon Winery (So East) is a very nice place for dinner.  Menu is small but delicious and the atmosphere is wonderful for conversation.  Try Uptown Billiards Club (NW) for dinner, have never been disappointed.  


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Tiffany from Corvallis

When in Portland, you must try some foodtruck food... it's amazingly good. Walk down to the city block at 9th and Alder for an entire city block parking lot lined on all sides with food trucks and several spilling over onto side streets.

Also, it's not downtown, but for a breakfast or lunch, don't miss Arleta Library Bakery Cafe. The biscuits and gravy is go die for and they have the most amazing coffee cake. Really, anything is good and it's worth the trip.


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Carol from Oregon

Tabla Mediterranean Bistro for dinner or happy hour which could be dinner & is fabulous. Check it out


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Justin from Phoenix

I'm a huge fan of Lardo. It's pretty much my first stop in Portland; ordinarily, I'm blase about sandwiches. But they work miracles here. I will also double-time over to Stumptown Coffee Roasters. All the coffee there is great, but I'm especially partial to the nitro coldbrew. Hit the food trucks, too. You won't find a more dense concentration of cuisine at such reasonable prices. 


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