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Visiting Portland & driving to Joseph

Valerie | May 22, 200010:08 AM     3

In June we're spending a Saturday night in Portland and then driving six hours east to Joseph, OR, driving back and spending a Friday night in Portland before flying out on Saturday.
Any suggestions for some fun places with good food in Portland? We're open to about anything. Dinner, Lunch and the best coffee shops to hang out in.
We'd like to pack a lunch and snacks for the trip east. Can you recommend a gourmet grocery store where we could get some yummy stuff to take along?
Also, any suggestions for places to stop for food along the way would be great.
Last of all, if you have any suggestions for what we must do or see in Portland, that would be great.
I know I am asking a lot, especially since it doesn't look like there are many Oregonians on this site!! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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