[Pdx-pm] seeking pdx hospitality
John Bartley K7AAY
john.bartley at gmail.com
Sun May 30 12:28:16 PDT 2010
Buster's BBQ <http://www.bustersbarbecue.com/Directions_Tigard.htm> on SW
Barbur (and other locales, but that's closest) has the best Texas-style BBQ
in town. Excellent meat.
The best Gyros in town are in a little hole-in-the-wall, Foti's Deli on East
Portland has multiple 'pods' <http://www.foodcartsportland.com/> of food
carts <http://pdxplate.com/blogs?tid=152>; my fave is Mohammed's
on the west side of SW 10th downtown, along the trolley tracks,
north of Alder.
Nicholas <http://nicholasrestaurant.com/> (Lebanese) is a local institution
with three locations;
Huber's <http://hubers.com/> downtown has the best Spanish coffee, and is
the oldest restaurant in the city.
Ringside <http://www.ringsidesteakhouse.com/> downtown is a classic,
nationally-rated steak house.
Upscale food at moderate prices may be had downtown at the Western Culinary
Institute <http://www.chefs.edu/Portland/Restaurant.asp> - reservation
This guide <http://www.linuxfund.org/portland/food.php> is also reliable.
Voodoo Doughnuts <http://shop.voodoodoughnut.com/> is also a local
institution; in a slightly sleazy block next to one of the planet's most
hetero adult theaters <http://raysparistheatre.com/html/faq.html>.
73s/Best regards de K7AAY CN85qj
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