Finding inspiration in the year's best restaurants and incredible nonprofits in the month of gratitude.
Langbaan blends the personal and the audacious into a downright addictive mash-up of Portland and Thailand.
Ataula’s Barcelona-born chef just wants to make you a righteous spanish meal.
Trained under old-school sushi masters, this zen chef remixes Japanese tradition into feasts of casual complexity.
With vastly different approaches, a veteran Portland chef and two newcomers to the scene are creating a people’s party you want to join.
With quirk and determination, Kristen Murray brings a blissful Swedish tradition to town.
Unrestaurants. Microcuisines. Ultra-personal food experiences. Welcome to the next frontier of Portland dining.
The ultimate food lover's challenge—a very full week-long tour of Portland's best restaurants. We dare you.
Move over cider and beer! A Northwest uprising is making an ancient brew cool again.
Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks dishes on the restaurants, obsessions, and under-the-radar finds of the month.
A lauded sandwich cart puts down roots with a new North Williams brick-and-mortar.
The fast-dealing Rose City foodie game!
At Davenport, two shy dudes geek out on pristine ingredients, insider wines, and the world’s coolest glasses.
The gospel according to the masterminds behind Navarre, Luce, and Angel Face
Bollywood Theater weaves Mumbai street eats into
a compelling food drama.
In a city allergic to white tablecloths, pop-ups
are the new special occasion.
Portland restaurateurs find opportunity on the food scene’s next frontier: suburbia.
Where you want to be when Armageddon finally hits
How Philly transplant Amy Adams blurs lines with her east-side gallery.
Mozart's Requiem, John Oliver at the Keller, and more of the month's best bets for things to see and do in Portland
It's been a big year for one of Oregon theater’s biggest success stories. We caught up with Schenkkan in Ashland to take stock.
What do the rip city players and coach like to do in their free time? (Spoiler: they’re just like us!)
What do a Chinese dissident, America’s most notorious federal prison, and energy-conscious Portland homeowners have in common?
From chorus girl to costume queen, Frances Britt has been involved with almost every Portland Opera production of the past half century. We look back at some of the wildest moments—and wildest costumes.