Feast Portland is more than a food and drink festival. It’s a movement that showcases the energy, creativity, and enthusiasm that’s driving America’s food revolution while celebrating two of the culinary world’s most inspiring places: Portland and Oregon.
Every craving is moving target.
Thrillist is a digital lifestyle brand, providing all that's new, unknown or under-appreciated in food, drink, entertainment, and nightlife. Find the best spots to eat, drink and shop at some of the hippest stores across Portland.
Sometimes, when you love something, you just keep talking about it. In this case, that would be coffee, coffee people, and coffee shops. To get up close and personal with Portland coffee, Emily McIntyre, a former barista turned coffee writer and consultant, shares the 20 coffee shops she thinks serve the best coffee in Portland right now.
A guide to Wine Country of the Pacific Northwest.
The Drink Nation is a free online publication that helps users find happy hours, drink specials, and drinking-related events in and around their city.
Portland Farmers Market is a nonprofit organization operating six vibrant farmers markets in Portland, OR. 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. Artisan food producers offer prepared products, ranging from fruit jams to farmstead cheeses, breads and pastries, pickles, pasta, chocolate, and more. The Beaverton Farmers Market is the perfect place for families to spend the day.