Those bracing for rent week can stress-eat the anxiety away, thanks to the updated Portland Cheap Eats Heatmap. With rising costs of ingredients and higher costs of living, Portland isn't as rich in foods that won't break the bank as it used to be; it's getting harder and harder to find really good and inexpensive plates, but they’re there — even at the buzzy spots.
This highly scientific list of Portland's top new cheap eats shares the killer fried chicken, pizza slices, fried rice, and more to score for $10 or less. It’s focused on the most delicious but still affordable deals at Portland’s newest restaurants — that means places that have opened within the last year. For more established cheap meals, try Portland cheap eats map. This map sticks to dishes available at prime meal times; for happy hour specials, check out our late night and classic happy hour maps.
Don't see your favorite on the map? Have at it in the comments or over the tipline. The points on this map guide are not ranked; rather, they're organized geographically.Read More