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Where to Eat at Portland's Providence Park in 2017

A handy Timbers and Thorns soccer stadium restaurant guide

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There's no getting around it: You can get some of this city's most revered dishes in and around Providence Park, whether pre-gaming, post-gaming, or during the game itself. The stadium is home to the National Women's Soccer League team the Thorns and Major League Soccer's Timbers, as well as several of Portland's most famous food carts.

Here's a dining guide to the 2017 season at Providence Park. It includes options inside the sports arena, as well as some of the best restaurants and bars nearby. (Note the points on this map are not ranked; rather, they're organized geographically.)

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—€””Mattie John Bamman, Erin DeJesus, and Chad Walsh

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Concessions at Providence Park

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Food Trucks at Providence Park

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[Photo: Facebook/Kim Jong Grillin']

The Cheerful Bullpen

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Coco Donuts

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For Army members looking to satisfy a sweet tooth or caffeine craving, Coco Donuts' SW Avenue, just one block away from Providence Park, offers the breakfast of champions. At this flagship location, open since 2009, Coco fresh-bakes a lineup of old-fashioned, cake, and buttermilk doughnuts — sans gimmicky toppings—and serves its house-roasted coffees. [Four Square]

Hot Lips Pizza

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[Photo: Yelp/Brenna M.]

Uno Mas Taquiza

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Boise Fry Company

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Marathon Taverna

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Koi Fusion

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One of Bo Kwon's mobile KOi Fusion trucks parks near the Providence Park entrance on game days (and late-nights), serving his Korean take on tacos and burritos. But the menu is expanded beyond the Korean-Mexican mash-up to include kalbi short rib and cheddar sliders and bowls of kimchi fried rice with tofu. [Four Square]

The Kingston Bar & Grill

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Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant

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Kells Brew Pub

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The NW 21st location of the old-school Irish pub Kells comes complete with a 10-barrel brewery and a decidedly European vibe for enjoying a game of football (as they say). Order up a plate of potato-chip nachos and sausage rolls on the outdoor patio pre- or post-game. [Kells]

Ringside

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Kinara Thai Bistro

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Goose Hollow Inn

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Concessions at Providence Park

[Photo: Bunk]

Food Trucks at Providence Park

[Photo: Facebook/Kim Jong Grillin']

The Cheerful Bullpen

[Photo: Petunia's]

Coco Donuts

For Army members looking to satisfy a sweet tooth or caffeine craving, Coco Donuts' SW Avenue, just one block away from Providence Park, offers the breakfast of champions. At this flagship location, open since 2009, Coco fresh-bakes a lineup of old-fashioned, cake, and buttermilk doughnuts — sans gimmicky toppings—and serves its house-roasted coffees. [Four Square]

Hot Lips Pizza

[Photo: Yelp/Brenna M.]

Uno Mas Taquiza

[Photo: Yelp]

Boise Fry Company

[Photo: Hammer & Hand]

Marathon Taverna

[Photo: Marathon Taverna]

Koi Fusion

One of Bo Kwon's mobile KOi Fusion trucks parks near the Providence Park entrance on game days (and late-nights), serving his Korean take on tacos and burritos. But the menu is expanded beyond the Korean-Mexican mash-up to include kalbi short rib and cheddar sliders and bowls of kimchi fried rice with tofu. [Four Square]

The Kingston Bar & Grill

[Photo: Facebook/Kingston Sports Bar & Grill]

Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant

[Photo: Yelp/Mazatlan]

Kells Brew Pub

The NW 21st location of the old-school Irish pub Kells comes complete with a 10-barrel brewery and a decidedly European vibe for enjoying a game of football (as they say). Order up a plate of potato-chip nachos and sausage rolls on the outdoor patio pre- or post-game. [Kells]

Ringside

[Photo: Ringside]

Kinara Thai Bistro

[Photo: Kinara Thai]

Goose Hollow Inn

[Photo: Yelp/Laura N.]