There’s a new restaurant in Southwest Portland that can help you break your new year's resolution: Uncle Dick’s Deep Fried Hot Dogs.
Coca-Cola became one of the world's most powerful brands by equating its soft drinks with happiness. Now it's taking to the airwaves for the first time to address a growing cloud over the industry: obesity.
A list of the top 101 food carts in America, compiled by The Daily Meal, gives only one spot to a Portland food truck. By comparison, Seattle took seven spots. Say it ain't so!
Bertha is a 60 pound apple pie baked by Rebecca Guyot using organic homegrown apples and other ingredients from her garden and jelly factory in Northwest Portland.
Harry & David Holdings Inc. is getting into the wine business.
It's a comeback story the entire Portland restaurant community can be proud of - this week Aviary was named 'Restaurant of the Year' in Willamette Week's annual restaurant guide.
Vintners have had plenty of dry, sunny summer days. And with so much sun, it's making this year's harvest one of the best in the region's 50-year history.
The Seattle-based coffee company says a digital tip function will be added to its mobile payment application starting next summer.
Alberstons said Monday that it is voluntarily recalling a number of ground beef products sold at its stores in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, due to risk of E. coli contamination.
Oregon's winemakers are shooting for the high end of the market, targeting customers willing to pay $35 or more a bottle, though some varieties, especially whites, sell for less. Many vintners produce 1,500 or fewer cases a year and sell it all through their tasting rooms or wine clubs.
A decade ago, virtually no one in the U.S. seemed to have a problem eating gluten in bread and other foods. Now, millions do.
There will be ice creams, pies, cobblers, jams, strawberry shortcake plus the unexpected taste treat like Marionberry BBQ sauce, Loganberry liqueur, cranberry chocolates, natural blueberry soda and much more at the Oregon Berry Festival on Saturday.
A local chef was the center of attention on Tuesday during a television commercial shoot to promote Feast Portland, an upcoming event that will help raise money to end childhood hunger in Oregon.
Travis Martin's 'Burger Barge' is like a floating food cart on the Willamette River, selling hot dogs, burgers and of course fish bait.