The ultimate guide to eat and drink your way through Portland.
As of 2019, Portland, OR ranks 8th in the US for breweries per capita. Here’s a list to help you navigate your way through town.
With more than 600 tiny kitchens at last count, Portland’s food-cart scene is legendary. CNN has declared Portland home to the world’s best street food.
With so many coffee shops and roasters, it’s not hard to find good coffee in Portland. Too much of a good thing can be daunting, however: It can be more challenging to find truly standout coffee in Portland. From juicy naturals to rare Chinese coffee, the map below is a guide to some of the best and most distinctive coffee shops in town.
Some of the best Za in town!
Wine Enthusiast Magazine awarded Oregon’s Willamette Valley as its 2016 Wine Region of the Year for the annual Wine Star Awards. Meet some of Oregon’s colorful characters and learn why our region has become the home of New World Pinot noir!
Portland Farmers Market is a nonprofit organization operating five vibrant farmers markets in Portland, Oregon. Our markets provide a direct connection to more than 200 vendors with deep roots in Oregon and Southwest Washington, including farms, nurseries, bakeries, meat and seafood providers, cheese makers and specialty food producers.
Located across from the Beaverton Library in the heart of downtown Beaverton, the Beaverton Farmers market is a destination market. During the summer season, the market averages between 15,000 and 20,000 visitors on any given Saturday. The market is comprised of nursery growers, farmers, and ranchers - both conventional and organic.
The Market boasts an average of over 80 vendors each week. Delight in finding a wide variety of superior produce, meats, nuts, cheeses, artisan breads, jams, jellies, baked goods, fresh seafood, nursery items, hot foods, and more--there is something for everyone! The Market also features live music from 10:30am-12:30pm each week and a Kids' Corner for youngsters.