I want to share what Portland is like and what it has to offer, so I am writing about where I go to eat, what I do, and more around Portland!
Bridgetown Bites is written by Portland-based food writer Meg Cotner, and features news, views, reviews, and event listings. Special attention is given to the Hollywood District and surrounding neighborhoods, but all of Portland is considered.
Hello, I’m Valen. I’ve always been passionate about food and travel. My two most-used phrases as a child were, “Let me eat,” and “Let’s go exploring!” My favorite things to do are exploring new restaurants, street carts, hosting dinner parties and traveling to see the rest of the world.
I often plan my travels around the food that I want to try in other countries, so I am happy to share my experiences with you by bringing you this website. I am here to give you news of great restaurants, both fine-dining and the hole-in-the-walls. I will tell you where to find the best street food, let you know which foods you can’t miss when you are visiting certain countries, and of course, bring you recipes and advice. So unfold your napkin, and let’s begin!
In The Pink and Green is a lifestyle blog written by me, Jane Graybeal, and it’s my space to share my life as a twenty-something not-so-newlywed living with my handsome husband, goofball of a dog, and baby boy on the way here in Portland, Oregon. I post about a wide variety of topics including travel, recipes/restaurant reviews, pregnancy, beauty, book reviews, fashion, fitness/outdoor adventures, home decor, and what’s happening here in PDX!
Hi, I’m Waz! I recently relocated from New York City to Portland, Oregon. I’m an architect turned graphic designer, and I discovered my love for food while working in advertising for the wine industry. When I moved to NYC in 2011, I started Let’s Nom Nom as to document my cooking and dining adventures in my new city.
Over the years, I’ve gone from flexitarian to vegetarian to mostly vegan, and my blog has followed me on this journey. A plant-based diet is healthier and kinder to my body, to animals, and to our environment. I believe the best way to win omnivores over is by raising awareness of the positive effects of the plant-based movement and by celebrating great food that just so happens to be vegan. Today, my blog focuses on all things veggie, from restaurant reviews, to vegetarian recipes, to lifestyle and local events.
Lastly, why Let’s Nom Nom? Because food brings people together, and great food is best enjoyed with company!
All about life’s adventures, love, photographs, travel, and a few laughs to make it all worth the ride.
Hello! I’m Rachel. Portland, Oregon native. Lover of laughter & smiles. Traveling is my favorite thing to do. Will eat any Asian foods. Slightly obsessed with the United Kingdom. Lust after beautiful clothes and all pretty things. Have one brother, Sam & one dog, Max and now one cat, Wintson. Prefer warm to cold, unless its ice cream. Love (LOVE) the ocean and all that comes with it- sand-swimsuits-sunglasses-etc. Proclaimed Playlist-Making Queen. Boston Red Sox Nation member. Usually behind the lens. Love capturing moments with people I adore. Not sure where I’ll end up, but I do know I will make the best of it.
A guide to the best things to do and places to eat in Portland, OR! Each post is accompanied by awesome photos and tips, and you can search using categories and the handy map.
I’m starting a catering company.I’m happy you made it to my little part of the web. I’m a stay at home mom, wife, and student who loves to cook, write, and take pictures (mainly of my food & kids). Besides cooking I sew, do yoga (when I have time), take hikes with my family, and practice the occasional art of wine drinking. As of recent my life has been very busy. My husband (Alexander) and I just welcomed a baby boy (Atticus) into this world. Our beautiful daughter (Makenna) also just started kindergarten, which means school activities.
The RASH of Gresham is a half serious, half tongue-in-cheek, half wonderful blog in a news format. Included are reviews of Gresham eateries, coffee houses, and other businesses, as well as reviews of movies, books and TV shows that have nothing to do with Gresham, but have everything to do with living as a Greshamite in the greater scheme of our world.