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Food-Filled Pacific Northwestern Day Trips Outside of Portland

Dining destinations on the Oregon Coast, a brewery crawl in Bend, and other ways to spend a day eating and drinking around Oregon and Southwestern Washington

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11 Stellar U-Pick Orchards and Fruit Farms Near Portland

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Where to Eat in Picturesque Mountain Town Sunriver

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17 Killer Breweries and Brewpubs in Bend, Oregon

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Where to Eat and Drink When Visiting Gorgeous Astoria, Oregon

Where to Eat, Drink, and Relax for 24 Hours in Newport, Oregon

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Where to Eat, Drink, and Relax Near Mt. Hood

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Eat and Drink Your Way Through the Columbia River Gorge

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Welcome to Eater Portland’s home for travel guides throughout the Pacific Northwest. Here, you’ll find where to eat between wine tastings in the Willamette Valley, which restaurants to visit when driving down the coast, and where to eat when visiting some of Oregon’s top tourist destinations. This guide specifically includes maps that cover restaurants, bars, and cafes throughout Oregon and Southwestern Washington, ideal for those seeking a good weekend getaway.

Here’s how this guide works: The photo blocks at the top of the page are the most recently updated guides to Oregon and Portland-area dining destinations. Underneath, the table of contents includes all stories that are part of this guide, organized geographically, including maps that haven’t been updated quite as recently; keep in mind, those older maps may include restaurants that have closed, so it’s best to give them a Google before you drive five hours out of your way.

Looking for Portland-specific restaurant recommendations? Try our ultimate visitor’s guide to Portland, or our map of the 38 essential restaurants and food carts in Portland. And for more Washington representation, be sure to visit Eater’s Guide to the Pacific Northwest.