There are almost as many breweries in Portland as there are Subarus, and once you’ve spent the afternoon visiting a few of them, head to Izakaya Minato to recharge with some Japanese food. This spot on Washington Ave. covers a lot of ground with their menu, which includes things like sashimi, fried chicken, and udon, along with a wide variety of sake. It’s a great place to split a lot of food with a group, but make sure everyone gets their own uni spoon, which comes with sea urchin and a raw quail egg and might be the best single bite in town.
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This all-day spot in Munjoy Hill is a great option for brunch, Happy Hour, and dinner, serving everything from pasta to a very solid burger.
Oxbow Blending and Bottling
Oxbow is a brewery in Portland with food from the Duckfat people that stays open late on the weekends, unlike most spots in this town.
The Shop By Island Creek Oyster
Island Creek Oysters harvest some of the world’s best oysters and The Shop is where they offer a selection to the people of Portland.
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The Honey Paw
Head to The Honey Paw for vinyl, cocktails, and a mix of noodle and rice dishes from across Asia.
The Back Bay Grill
Back Bay Grill in Bayside is an upscale spot with classic dishes like fresh seafood and pasta, and is perfect for a celebratory meal.
The Holy Donut
The Holy Donut serves 30 different flavors of potato donuts everyday, each of which is worth the inevitable wait.
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