Restaurants in Portland, OR

Let’s start with breakfast, for Portland, Oregon, is a great breakfast town. The best would have to include the original Original Pancake House (and still the best), masterfully brewed coffee and espresso drinks, Pine State Biscuits, old-fashioned and newfangled donuts, neighborhood coffee shops, and fresh fruit and bakery treats at a real farmer’s market. After breakfast, significant choices include such vintage seafood destinations as Dan & Louis Oyster Bar and Jake’s Famous Crawfish, Otto’s Sausage Kitchen for well-crafted dogs cooked on a sidewalk grill and eaten al fresco, the Grilled Cheese Grill for amazing sandwiches, and Huber’s Cafe for a turkey-and-fixins square meal along with high-proof, flaming Spanish coffee.

Portland’s Most Famous Dishes

A dozen raw oysters on the half-shell


Crab legs top a Lowcountry boil of shrimp, potatoes, corn and sausage


A basket of six hot donuts: plain, powdered sugar, cinnamon


Melted cheese shares space with thick-cut bacon between slabs of butter-griddled toast.

Grilled Cheese

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