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Almost done--help finalize Portland/Winery food itinerary, please!

ShikaSfrn | Nov 24, 2009 06:17 PM

Hello all! I've posted before about this, but now just wanted to get final opinions on my itinerary, including wineries to visit.

So, the list is:

Friday: Breakfast at the B&B, Japanese Gardens, drive to wine country for lunch time, visit 4 wineries (choices: Archery Summit, Elk Cove, Erath, Four Graces, Owen Roe--will be at Horse Radish on Friday, Willakenzie, Argyle, Domaine Serene, Domain Drouhin, Ken Wright... whew!)
Friday dinner: Ten-01 oysters for happy hour, Toro Bravo for dinner
Saturday Lunch: Karam... followed by cocktails? Park Kitchen, Beaker, or Tear Drop as options.
Saturday Dinner: Andina, followed by Tanuki
Sunday Lunch: The Ruby Dragon for lunch (veggie/vegan cart)
Possible late night entertainment on Fri: Doug Fir Lounge, also possibly doing cocktails Fri night instead of trying to fit it between lunch and dinner on Sat... which makes most sense?

Now my questions are: do you think I will have time (or the capacity... I love food, but as a skinny girl can only have so much!) on Saturday to do all of these things? In terms of proximity, do these make sense? I also want to see Powell books and am not sure where to insert it, as well as one when to insert one of the cocktail places... Sunday I guess I will try to visit the cheese shop and distillery, and/or Powell books before I go to the cart, which is on Mississippi at Skidmore.

Does this all seem doable/logical? I'm not sure if I'm running around everywhere, I don't want to waste too much time in transit. Will I have time to do it all, and which wineries (and food, aside from Dundee Bistro) would you recommend? Any changes or recs to be made?

Thanks guys! I will be happy to report back after my unfortunate return...

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