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Personalized Pancakes, PB & J Fries, and a 6-Month Wait, Oh My!

Friday, October 14th, 2016

We don’t like to brag, and yet sometimes we want to yell it from the rooftops! Here in Portland we sure do love food, and have been nominated numerous times as one of the top ten foodie cities in the country. We literally have every option you can think of from fancy five star restaurants […]

In the Spotlight: Meet Portland Walking Tour Guide Joe Streckert, or as We Call Him, Mr. Versatile

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

We’re going to be honest: we’re pretty wowed by our tour guide, Joe Streckert. Not only is he a native Portlander (yes they do exist!), which is a rarity these days in a city full of transplants, he actively leads five out of our seven different types of tours. How he keeps them all straight […]

Experience Beervana in Portland at PDX Beer Week

Sunday, June 12th, 2016

By now you should know well that Portland is the greatest beer city in the world and that our cups runneth over with a splendid abundance of great beers, brew masters, and culture. So why not have another beer festival?! PDX Beer week is an 11-day event celebrating everything surrounding this oh so beloved libation. […]

See Why PDX is the #1 Beer City in the Country at the Portland Fruit Beer Festival

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Being the #1 beer city in the country, it feels like we have a beer festival every weekend. And you know what? We don’t mind it one bit. One festival we are proud to have is the first and largest of its kind in the world, and now is in a bigger and better venue. […]

5 Great Meals Around $5 Each for the Frugal Portland Foodie

Friday, April 8th, 2016

In most cities, including our own Portland, we know it can sometimes be difficult to find inexpensive dining options that also embody the flavors and essence of a great meal. Most would agree that high quality and sustainable foods are the most desirable choice, yet some of us just do not have the funds. Good […]

March is Portland Dining Month!

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

In case you hadn’t heard, we eat well in Portland. Really well. Our local food scene is so celebrated that food aficionados worldwide have showered our talented and passionate chefs with an abundance of attention, awards, and accolades. Our heads have swelled up with pride at how delicious and recognized our culinary scene has become. […]

Sip into Spring with a Local Tasting Event: Cider Rite of Spring

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Even though Fall has passed us and Spring is popping up all around us, there is still one thing that has stuck around in our minds that we can’t let go of…drinking some hard cider of course! Not only is drinking cider commonplace in the blustery season, it’s readily available and enjoyed year-round in Portland. And […]

Love Is in the Air in Portland: Creative Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

Still looking for something to do with your sweetie on Valentine’s Day? We’ve got you covered with five of our top picks for a fun, romantic, and creative Valentine’s Day. 1. Date Night Double Feature Enjoy not one but two shows centered all around love at Funhouse Lounge. A comfy circus themed bar which has […]

Breaking News: City of Roses Becomes the City of Chocolate!

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Even if it is just for one weekend, thousands of people will gather in one place in Portland, Oregon to nibble, sip, taste, and feast on chocolate. The festival is appropriately named ChocolateFest, and we are proud to say that USA Today voted our festival as one of the top ten specialty food festivals in […]

Fun Activities in Portland That Will Bring You Way Back

Monday, January 18th, 2016

For you adults out there who are just a bunch of kids at heart, check out these fun activities happening all across Portland. Trust us, you’ll feel younger just reading this! 1. Grownup drinks and science hijinks Think OMSI, a truly amazing science museum in the Portland Metro area, but at night with beer and […]

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