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If restaurants have the ability to achieve something like cult status, it's often as a result of one iconic dish that's influenced the local culinary scene; the dish that ravenous diners return to time after time. When it comes to meat, Portland's most beloved icons run the gamut from decades-old classics to newfound favorites: house-aged steaks at the 70-year-old RingSide Steakhouse and "Old-Fashion Wieners" at the nearly 80-year-old Otto's represent the old-school; a beautiful plate of bite-sized charcuterie (Beast) and a platter piled with Argentine-style grilled meat (Ox) the new.
Here now, the 18 beefy, porky dishes that would cause a citywide revolt if ever removed from the menu. Is your favorite missing from the list? Do add it to the comments.
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