Ever Think Restaurant Week Was Too Short?

Ever Think Restaurant Week Was Too Short?

Portland thought so too.

February 28, 2019
● 1 min read
Ever Think Restaurant Week Was Too Short?

Ever Think Restaurant Week Was Too Short?

Portland thought so too.

February 28, 2019
● 1 min read

Leave it to Portland–with the most breweries per capita, a prolific restaurant and food cart scene, an ever-rising craft distilling scene...we could go on–to go BIG. The typical Restaurant Week format just can’t contain all the awesomeness the city has to offer diners, so The Rose City made the decidedly rad move to launch an entire Portland Dining Month in March.

Whether you’re craving traditional Thai flavors, freshly-caught local seafood, or refined Russian bites, they got you. Want to try Oaxacan and vegan Middle Eastern cuisine in the same week? No problem. Been meaning to try out a trendy new spot? Go for it.

Throughout March, simply head to one of the 130+ participating restaurants (full list here), to check out its custom 3-course Restaurant Month menu— for just $33 per person. Want to brush up on the Portland scene or just get siked watching videos about soft serve and amazing coffee? We’ve got an entire video series right this way and tons of stories and guides to get you inspired to eat your way through all 31 days of March.

This article was brought to you by Travel Portland. 


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