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Pacific Northwest

Use this tag to discuss food in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. We also have tags for each of the individual states, as well as many of the cities within them, which you can browse here.

Big Geoduck Energy: Everything You Need to Know About the Phallic Clam of the Pacific Northwest

Your first sight of a geoduck may be alarming, but these hefty clams are prized for their surprisingly delicate taste and texture. While the traditional seafood fare of crab, oysters, and fish are timeless...

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Cajun in Portland

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by Mark Sinclair 21 years ago

As part of my extended West coast trip, I had the opportunity to visit Delta, a hipster cajun place in SE Portland. I say hipster because it has that retro-hip atmosphere down to a "T." The cha...

Pacific Northwest Restaurants--looking for Barbara Spigler

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by Tom Armitage 21 years ago

On January 30, I received an e-mail from Barbara Spigler, who said she had found my e-mail address at the Chowhound site, and asked me for recommendations in connection with a trip to Seattle, V...

My trip to Seattle and Victoria

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by Jerry Bank 22 years ago

I just returned from a trip to Seattle and Victoria and had some very good meals. In Seattle: Campagne, at the Inn at the Market (where we stayed) was a treat. Good French food, very nicely p...

while in washington...

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by Sandy Paik 22 years ago

I'm flying off to Seattle for my first visit to the Pacific Northwest. Any suggestions? I like everything.

Tex Mex on the Oregon Coast?

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by Sue 22 years ago

With fear and trepidation I recommend The Stand in Seaside, OR. Everything served on paper, but the price is right and oh so good. The surfers love it and so do we! Thanks Jose.

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