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Oct 26, 2007 12:59 PM

SF hound visiting Portland--where must I eat?

Three days, two nights. I'd love to know where to have the best sustainable/organic fine dining meals as well as cheese shops, farmers markets, candy stores, etc. that no foodie should miss when visiting Portland. Thanks in advance for your help.

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  1. May I respectfully suggest you scroll back over the past two weeks and you'll find several threads answering similar questions?

    Go to the Portland Farmers' Mkt Saturday 8:30 am-2. once there get a baked good at Ken's Artisan Bakery, lotsa cheese, cobbler at Tastebud, chocolate at Alma.

    Best hot chocolate or mocha ever at open Wed-Sat 10-6.

    Local foodie vibe: Podnah's BBQ, Le Pigeon, Wildwood, Higgins, Paley's, Ken's Artisan Pizza, Pok Pok.

    1. Pix for candy
      Sahagun for chocolate
      Meals: Scroll the boards, baby!
      Cheese shops: Try the one in Sellwood (look it up) or the one at NE 23rd at around Thurman. Also fantastic for cheese is Elephants Deli.

      1. Thanks very much for the advice. I will definitely scroll the boards (I guess I was hoping to draw a little fresh blood!).

        1. I am visiting from LA next week and after researching, I've decided to hit Le Pigeon (local food and communal tables), Andina (Peruvian), and Pok Pok (Thai). I've also read that Clyde Common is great. If you haven't found it yet, you might want to check out

          1. Pearl Bakery has the best fresh bread in town, Pix Patisserie for candy/sweets and Alberta St Bar and Grill for great, local seafood.