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Food and Soccer in Portland?

Worldwide Diner | Jul 31, 201509:38 AM     9

I'm thinking about visiting Portland again, in October (Fri to Sun, 3 lunches and 2 dinners, don't eat breakfast foods).

I've seen the main sights in town, so I'm mainly just going to eat. If there are cool sights not covered by guidebooks (Fodor/Frommer), please let me know.

I loved my dinner at Street & Co. and had a couple of lunches at Eventide. I will probably go back to both unless there are better options.

On my list of places to try are Fore St (dinner) and Miyake (lunch). Is 555 anything special (I think it's a good restaurant but I eat at good restaurants all the time in DC/Baltimore) and the menu doesn't look particularly unique. I've been to Hugo under the old ownership, is it better now than before? Is Portland Lobster Co. worth checking out (I can always do Eventide twice). Is Piccolo better than Street & Co.?

Finally, any bar where I can watch Premier League, Bundesliga, and La Liga? I can actually watch Premier League and La Liga on my iPad but it's a little more exciting to watch in on a big screen.

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