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Toro Bravo is a small, Inner Northeast Spanish restaurant that serves small bites and entrées, along with a $50 tasting menu that we really like.
Beast is a 24-seat restaurant in North Portland that feels like a nice dinner party, complete with shared communal tables and a prix fixe menu.
Ox is an Inner Northeast Argentinian restaurant known for their huge wood fired grill and the wide variety of meat and seafood cooked on it.
Le Pigeon is a small French restaurant on East Burnside that’s upscale enough for an anniversary dinner, but casual enough for a Wednesday.
If you have ice cream in Portland, it should definitely be from Salt & Straw. Try one of their seasonal flavors or a classic, like honey lavender.
Chicken and Guns is a food cart that serves Peruvian-style grilled chicken and crispy potatoes. Take it to go or eat on their patio next to a bonfire.
Olympia Provisions cures all of their meat products in-house and is the perfect Southeast spot to split some charcuterie and cheese between meals.
Nong’s Khao Man Gai serves chicken and rice, along with a few other Thai dishes and fun cocktails, at their Southeast brick-and-mortar location.
Ken's Artisan Pizza opened when pizza night at Ken's Artisan Bakery got too popular. Come here any night for excellent pizza and desserts.
Bollywood Theater is an Alberta Indian restaurant that serves regional street snacks, thali meals, and all of the classic curries you know and love.
Pok Pok is the super cool Thai restaurant that your older cousin who went to college in Portland always used to talk about. However, it's still great.
Nostrana is a Southeast Italian spot with a big patio, Neapolitan pizza you cut with scissors, and an excellent Happy Hour at 9pm every night.
Podnah’s Pit on Killingsworth serves Texas-style barbecue, including smoked brisket and sausage, along with staples like ribs and pulled pork.
Ava Gene's on Division Street is a vegetable-heavy Italian restaurant with an excellent wine list that mills its own pasta flour on-site.
Kachka is a Southeast restaurant that serves excellent Russian food and more vodka than you’d ever expect to drink in one sitting.