In a city known for “keeping it weird,” people are often surprised that Portland is also one of the best foodie destinations in the country. From inventive French cuisine to funky farm-to-table fare, restaurants in Portland don’t often disappoint, serving up dishes as unique as the city itself.
With so many great food spots to choose from, standing out in a city that thrives on being original is no easy feat. That’s why we’re tipping our hats to all the restaurants on the November 2016 Portland Top 25, who’s creative menus and dynamic personalities scored big with diners.
Scoring this quarter’s no. 1 was Taylor Railworks, jumping two spots from no. 3. Now open for lunch, this Rustic-chic kitchen serves up farm-to-table New American dishes and cocktails, with menu options like fried chicken and clams, roasted bone marrow, and foie gras served with pineapple and crispy ham.Read More