Eater Portland: An Essential Guide to Portland’s Best Breweries

4 07 2017

My role at Eater PDX has expanded into beer. Quite the natural progression 🙂 My first major project was compiling a map of the city’s best breweries. Click here to get a lay of the land!

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Eater Portland: Oregon Coast Dining Map

20 06 2017

My latest map for Eater Portland tells you where to go for what on the Oregon Coast. From the intro –

“It wasn’t all that long ago that dining along the coast was an exercise in frustration, but that’s changed. Today, up and down the coastline, you’ll find old-school haunts with stiff drinks and world-class fish and chips, as well as progressive dishes plated by the hands of rising-star chefs. And within those culinary bookends, the goal is to find restaurants with character — and characters — for an experiential taste of Oregon. From Astoria to Bandon, here are some of the best places to eat on the Oregon coast: crab boils, dockside dining, fish wrapped in paper, candlelight against fine linens, and more.”

Click here to check it out! Photo – Salmon at Baked Alaska

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Eater Portland: The City’s Urban Distilleries

11 04 2017

My latest map for Eater Portland details the city’s craft distillery landscape. Click here to check out the interactive map. Photo – Industrial Row Distillery

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Eater Portland: Portland’s Must-Have Food Cart Dishes

8 02 2017

Another hat I wear for Eater Portland is the new editor of the Best Food Cart Dishes Map. From the article:

“By any standard, Portland is arguably the mobile food capital of the US. In honor of the city’s defining food movement, this map features 21 of the best food cart dishes currently available.

As opposed to most cities, the mobile food scene in Portland is dominated by carts, not trucks. Thanks to a combination of factors including city ordinances, many of the best carts are typically allowed to reside in one place. Groups of Portland food carts have popped up across the city, and these groups are called pods.

Over the years, a number of carts have become cornerstones of the scene—offering reliably excellent dishes that have garnered international media attention. Some of these carts move on to become full-fledged brick-and-mortar restaurants, while others, for a variety of reasons, fail to make the cut. So remember, when you try a spot below, you’re trying what could become Portland’s next hottest restaurant.

From the old guard to the new kids, these are the 21 must-have food cart dishes in Portland, right now.”

Click here to check out the revamped and updated version! (Photo: Cheeseburger from Burger Stevens)

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Eater Portland: Food Cart Heatmap

22 12 2016

Big news today! I am now a contributing editor of the Food Cart Heatmap for Eater Portland. I’ll be keeping tabs on the best new food carts in the city and updating the map regularly. Check it out!

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