The first planeload of Copper River salmon from Cordova, Alaska, landed Friday morning at Sea-Tac Airport and the Alaska Airlines pilots carried a 40-pound king to waiting chefs.
The newest bar at PDX is billing itself as the world's largest airport tequila bar with a selection of 200 varieties.
How can you get your kids to eat healthier foods? Dr. Miles Hassell has the answer -- and it's something that worked with his own son.
The Braveheart includes three 9-oz meat patties, four types of cheese, 10 pieces of bacon, ham, corned beef, finger steaks, pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, pickles, lettuce and tomato, sandwiched in a sourdough roll.
Portlanders have lots of choices when it comes to dining out - and the choices are expanding.
Eat Mobile, the part-food festival, part-cart competition, allowed attendees to sample from 50 Portland area foodcarts. These vendors competed for the coveted Carty Award presented by Willamette Week.
3,000 people showed up for the Eat Mobile event at OMSI Saturday night.
What could arguably be called 'food cart heaven' is coming to OMSI this weekend.
Are you paying too much for your café-crafted drinks? We went on a tour of five different coffee-making methods, each with its own flavor, that you can make at home.
We often talk about how difficult it is for people to find jobs, especially our young people just getting out of school. A high school program at the Clark County Skills Center says its graduating students are never hungry for work.
Friday is "National Grilled Cheese Day" and to celebrate, we sent our photographer Jon-Michael out in search of some grilled cheese sandwiches.
We've been doing it with beer for years and now a new law lets us refill those 'growlers' with wine. The law was just signed by Gov. John Kitzhaber this week.
Free lunches for seniors are part of a program called "Meals on Wheels People." The program is running successfully because of outside donors. There are 35 locations in Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties.
When 20 percent of your dinner reservations don't show, what's a restaurant owner to do? Usually nothing; it's an unsavory fact of restaurant life that not everyone who says they'll be there, will.
A popular sushi restaurant has moved out of Downtown Portland, and several restaurants are looking to move in.
A popular local ice cream chain is drawing on Portland’s tea craze by offering flavors of the herbal kind, like chamomile, chai, kombucha and ginger. The new tea flavors will be offered at Salt and Straw through the end of next month.