• Get Your Feast 2016 Tickets Now!

Get Your Feast 2016 Tickets Now!

Eeks! Are you as excited as me?! Feast Portland 2016 is almost here! Ok yes, the event isn’t actually until September 15-18th, but the schedule is now posted and tickets are on sale so we are one step closer to the best food week in Portland.


Be sure to get your tickets before they sell out, and yes, some are already sold out, so get a move on! While I think all their events really are awesome, my top picks for you: Night Market and Brunch Village. But trust me, anything you go to, you’ll leave happy and very full.

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Thursday Tours: Cheap Eats

Hello friends! What’s happening?! Although still crazy busy at work, I have been able to take some much needed day off to enjoy an afternoon hike in the Gorge with Brice and then spend an absolutely day in McMinnville checking out their new Wine Walk last week. Talk about a spectacular Monday wine tasting, eating great food at Pura Vida Cocina and laughing hysterically (more to come next week on this fabulous little town!). Make sure you’re following me along on Instagram!


Today for #ThursdayToursPDX, we’ve got an awesome line up of Cheap Eats recommendations from Amy of Eating My Way Thru Portland. I have been following Amy via the interwebs for years and finally met her in real life a few months back. One of my favorite parts of this blog is making connections with other food lovers, like Amy. Anyone who has a goal to hit up so many restaurants, food carts and hidden foodie finds gets a thumbs up in my book.

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Best of Portland Tour: Part II

Hey hey friends! Today we’ve got Part II of my “Best of Portland” post. Below you’ll find what to do on days 4 and 5 of the 5-day extraordinary tour of the Rose City {check out last week’s post to catch up on days 1-3}.

Portlanders, what are your favorite places to take visitors? Out-of-towners, where did you go that you absolutely loved?

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Best of Portland: Days 4 5:

Saturday (Downtown/South Waterfront):

Breakfast at Seastar Bakeryhead back to North Portland for a quick stop at my favorite bakery these days. I love their breads made in-house in their wood-fired oven with whole grains like spelt and red wheat. My go-to is the seasonal roasted veggies and oven-fried egg atop a slice of warmed sweet rosemary cornbread. Plus Seastar rarely has a line, even on weekends, double bonus!

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