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Head to lunch at Rose VL Deli for daily changing Vietnamese specials in Foster-Powell.

Rose VL Deli
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Afuri manages to be good at everything from ramen to sashimi - though the yuzu shio bowl is our favorite.

Afuri
Southeast
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Langbaan in Kerns uses local ingredients in traditional Thai dishes and looks kind of like an adult (and indoor) treehouse.

Langbaan
Kerns
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Paley’s Place in Northwest has been doing obsessing about local produce for over two decades - come for a more casual dinner or a low-key celebration.

Paley’s Place
Northwest
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When you’re trying not to spend a crazy amount but still want amazing food, share a bunch of plates at Casa Zoraya, a Peruvian spot in Piedmont.

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Piedmont
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For one of the best brunches in Portland, head to Canard on East Burnside for food that’s a mix of French and what you crave after a few drinks.

Canard
East Burnside
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Sit at the sushi bar at Nimblefish, a high-end sushi spot in the Hawthorne District.

Nimblefish
Hawthorne
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Ok Omens, a small wine bar in the Hawthorne District, is one of the best places for a interesting natural wines and Asian-inspired small plates.

OK Omens
Hawthorne
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Eem

Eem is one of Portland’s coolest restaurants and is worth the inevitable wait for a menu full of interesting hybrid dishes and “vacation drinks.”

Eem
Boise
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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.

Toro Bravo
Inner Northeast
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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.

Beast
North
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Ox

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.

Ox
Inner Northeast
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Le Pigeon is a small French restaurant on East Burnside that’s upscale enough for an anniversary dinner, but casual enough for a Wednesday.

Le Pigeon
East Burnside
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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.

Salt & Straw
Division
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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.

Chicken And Guns
Southeast
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Olympia Provisions cures all of their meat products in-house and is the perfect Southeast spot to split some charcuterie and cheese between meals.

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