Food & Drink

Food is the best part of life in the Northwest! We’ve curated our favorites for the best places to eat and drink in the Northwest – always locally owned. Narrow down your search by the categories below, or start with our round up of the best Northwest food and wine trails.

Baker & Spice - Portland, OR

(503) 244-7573

6330 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR, United States

Tuesday - Friday 6am-6pm; Saturday & Sunday 7am-6pm; Closed Monday

Everything we make and share in our neighborhood bakery is considered with care.  From welcoming smiles to the fresh, flavorful, flaky, buttery, crumbly, sweet and savory wonder we place on every plate… you’ll taste how much this means to us. Read More

Acadia - Portland, OR

(503) 249-5001

1303 NE Fremont St, Portland, OR, United States

Mon-Sat 5pm-10pm; Sun Closed

A New Orleans Bistro. Drawing inspiration from the famed restaurants of one of the greatest food cultures in the world, Acadia strives to re-create the flavors of New Orleans right here in Portland, Oregon. Supporting Gulf Coast purveyors, we proudly serve domestic, wild caught seafood fresh from the shores of Louisiana. Read More

Pix Patisserie - Portland, OR

971.271.7166

2225 E Burnside St, Portland, OR, United States

Call for hours.

Pix Pâtisserie is a little slice of France that landed in Portland in 2001, offering both innovative and traditional French desserts, chocolates and house made ice creams along side a plethora of top notch beverages. Read More

Palio Dessert & Espresso - Portland, OR

503-232-9412

1996 Southeast Ladd Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

Mon-Fri 7am-11pm; Weekends 8am-11pm

If you are looking for that perfect hideaway to meet that special someone, or write that late term paper, it can be found at Palio Espresso and Dessert House, located in the historic Ladd’s Addition neighborhood in inner SE Portland. Read More

Rimsky Korsakoffee House - Portland, OR

(503) 232-2640

707 SE 12th Ave, Portland, OR, United States

Sun-Th 7pm-12pm; Fri-Sat 7pm-1am

This locals’ favorite is nestled inside an unmarked Victorian home in the city’s southeast Buckman neighborhood. Read More