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Renata
Hot Spot
Southeast Portland, Portland
$$, Outdoor Seating, Modern, Full Bar, Italian, Cocktail
4 Recommendations
Teote Areperia
Hot Spot
Hosford Abernethy, Portland
$$, Happy Hour, Outdoor Seating, Full Bar, Latin American
2 Recommendations
Afuri
Hot Spot
Southeast Portland, Portland
Full Bar, Asian, Ramen
1 Recommendation
Lardo East
Hot Spot
Ladd's Addition, Portland
$$, Happy Hour, Outdoor Seating, Full Bar, American, Sandwiches
18 Recommendations
Kachka
Hot Spot
Southeast Portland, Portland
Reservations, Russian
2 Recommendations
Robo Taco
Hot Spot
Southeast Portland, Portland
$, Mexican, Tacos, Burritos
1 Recommendation
Ken Forkish
Expert
Chef
Ken's Artisan Bakery, Ken's Artisan Pizza, Trifecta Tavern & Bakery
Portland
8 Recommendations Made
Lamb Pasta
dish
Southeast Portland, Portland
$$, Outdoor Seating, Modern, Full Bar, Italian, Cocktail
Go On A Portland Adventure with Chefs Melissa King and Matt Sigler
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5:00

Is there a wrong way to do Portland? Not really. Does it help to have the eyes and stomach of a chef? You bet. In our new series with Travel Portland, chefs from near and far come to experience the best of the city, while local chefs show them the ropes. In this episode, discover a few new favorites as San Francisco consulting chef Melissa King buddies up with Renata’s Chef Matthew Sigler. Sponsored

Bonnie Morales' Guide to the Willamette Valley
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3:54

Oregon’s agricultural wonderland is a shire-like patchwork of fertile lands dotted with farms and inlets of lush woodlands. For Kachka’s Bonnie Morales, this concentration of farmers and artisans is the perfect chef escape. Follow along as she explores Pollinate’s progressive agriculture at their farm, tastes wine and olive oil fresh out of the press at Durant, and grabs a beer at Wolves & People, who craftily capture the flavors of this magical landscape in their brews. Plan your own escape with Travel Oregon.

Discover Portland’s Delicious Monsters with Chefs Erick Harcey and Gregory Gourdet
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4:33

In Portland, no square inch is wasted. Chefs pair up to create meals greater than the sum of their parts. Chocolatiers rub elbows with coffee-roasters. Soft-serve servers tap into the best of the Oregon flavor universe, and hidden farms pop up in neighborhoods: In the midst of this creative renaissance is a city where anything becomes possible. Dive in with part two of our new series with Travel Portland, and watch the city dazzle both newcomers—like Chef Erick Harcey of Minnesota’s Upton 43—and tried-and-true locals like Departure’s Chef Gregory Gourdet. Sponsored

Behind the Scenes at Chefs Week PDX
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1:06

Last week Portland was host to Chefs Week PDX, a 4-day event that brought together 48 of the best chefs in the west to collaborate and make some badass food. Here’s what went down.

Haitian Stewed Chicken | VEGGED
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2:22

In culinary circles, Chef Gregory Gourdet (Departure) is known for his fierce interpretations of classic dishes from all over the world. It comes as no surprise then, that his spin on the Haitian chicken staple of his youth is equally riveting. Plus, it’s never been easier to prep and execute, thanks to Veggie Bullet — a 3-in-1 slicer that lets you focus on the best parts of cooking. Sponsored

Portland Proper with Chef Cristina Baez | My 'Hood
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In My Hood, tag along on an ordinary day in the life of an extraordinary chef—together, discover the best things about the routines that power their days and nights. Chef Cristina Baez's particular brand of busy is already up and at it while yours is still blinking in the morning sun; everything has to be quick, and it's gotta be good. Sponsored by Modelo.

A Portland Paradise with Chefs Maya Lovelace and Stephen Jones
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5:05

Being in Portland is like waking up and realizing that a crazy wonderful dream you had is real: there are s’mores xurros and flaming drinks and cozy cafes at the base of a volcanic cinder cone. For Phoenix’s Chef Stephen Jones (The Larder + The Delta), each corner of Portland is a new discovery—and there’s no better guide than Chef Maya Lovelace (Mae). Sponsored

An Oregon Ode to Israel with Chef Jenn Louis | Spark
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3:15

There’s not a soul in today’s culinary universe who can withstand the charms of Israeli cuisine, and with good reason: It’s vibrant and vegetable-driven, rich with spices and techniques that have stood the test of time. Chef Jenn Louis never quite forgot the time she spent on a kibbutz after college, and at her new Portland spot, Ray, the menu is an homage to those meals abroad that forever changed her perspective. Inspired by the new line of Crocs for the workplace, discover the flavors lighting up Louis’s latest vision. Sponsored

Jenn Louis makes Sorcetti Dumplings with Lamb Ragù | The Dish
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2:00

Potatoes ain’t just for mashin’, folks. They’re one of the most versatile ingredients in the realm of things you can eat, running the gamut from fluffy to waxy and back again. They're magic, basically. Pasta maven Jenn Louis of Lincoln Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, has a serious way of making the much-loved potato sing. This time, she shows the Mighty Russet some love, lacing sorcetti dumplings with a sharp zing of mustard greens in a wintery lamb ragù. Sponsored

How to Cook in Chinatown
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October 16, 2015
How one chef's personal vision could restructure our relationship to 24 very tricky square blocks.
A Boudin Runs Through It
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Two chefs, 348 miles, and a bottle of antacids in search of the kind of truth found only in a sausage casing.
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