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Heading to Portland - narrowing the list, or perhaps expanding it?

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Heading to Portland - narrowing the list, or perhaps expanding it?

uhockey | Jan 7, 2013 05:29 PM

Hi all. Traveling up to Portland in 4 weeks and am putting together my dining agenda. Have a goodly amount of time in town but as usual the potentials far outstrip the time. Overall I anticipate 3 meals and 1-2 snacks per day, but that can vary a bit. Places I'm considering are as follows:

Breakfasts/Brunches: The Woodsman Tavern, Screen Door, The Country Cat, Tasty and Sons, Gravy, Tin Shed, Ned Ludd, Broder.

Lunches: Evoe, Olympic Provisions, Nostrana, Pok-Pok (some of the brunches can overlap to lunch hours)

Dinners: Apizza Scholls, Little Bird 10pm, Ken’s Artisan Pizza, Beast, OX, Le Pigeon, Paulee, Castagna.

Snacks/Coffee/etc: Bushel and Peck, Waffle Window, St Honore, Ken’s Artisan Bakery, Salt & Straw, CocoDonuts, Pine State Biscuits,Little T, St. Jack, Blue Star Donuts, Voodoo Donuts, Cacao, Petit Provence, Sugar cube, Courier Coffee, Stumptown, Heart, Coava, Ristretto.

Places I might be missing are welcomed and anyone who might want to meet up for a bite is also welcomed.

Cheers and thanks!

--Mike

http://endoedibles.com

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