Synopses & Reviews
The fair city of Portland has a slew of affectionate nicknames City of Roses, Stumptown, Rip City, Puddletown and Little Beirut to name a few, but I've dubbed it the City That Never Stops Eating. Portland's 100 Best Places to Stuff Your Faces is a meticulously-researched guide to Portland’s very finest locally-owned restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias, chocolate boutiques, scoop shops, food carts and specialty markets. As you eat your way from one end of the book to the other, you'll explore over two dozen of Portland's most charismatic neighborhoods while, yes, stuffing your face (elegantly or otherwise) with the exceptional edibles this good food-obsessed city is famous for. I hope you don’t get indigestion and a muffin top, but if so, welcome to my world.
About the Author
Jen lives in Portland with her imaginary mini bulldog and a lot of leftovers. Her hobbies include browsing grocery stores and farmers' markets, experimenting with recipes involving melted chocolate and lots of it, reading The Onion, taking pictures of pocket ninjas, trying new cavas, and thinking about lunch. She has been a cook, food stylist, dessert caterer, kindergarten teacher, journalist, and sports editor (no, really), and these days her lifelong love for food and writing come together at underthetablewithjen.com, where she writes about all the best things to eat and drink in Portland.