While Division, Hawthorne, and Mississippi garner attention as great restaurant rows, East 28th Avenue has become its own restaurant row. The stretch between NE Sandy Boulevard and SE Stark boasts an incredible collection of eateries that include the city’s top German food and beer selection, everyone’s favorite fried chicken sandwich, Vietnamese-influenced Cajun/Creole, and Andes-region vegan cuisine.
In this map, we focus on the main strip, but traveling on E Burnside (Davenport, Heart Coffee, Tusk, Laurelhurst Market, People’s Pig, and Pix Patisserie) or NE Glisan (Han Oak, Providore Fine Foods, Stoopid Burger) makes this part of Portland an eater’s paradise. If we left off any favorites, sound off in the comments. As always, the restaurants on this map are not ranked, but rather organized geographically.Read More