Podcast Episode 110: Where to Eat in Portland, Oregon


An interview with Heidi Burnette


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Hedi Burnette

Heidi Burnette

In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Heidi Burnette of Forktown Food Tours in Portland, Oregon, tells us about her food scene. We talk about food carts, merroir, and the fact that real Oregonians don’t use umbrellas.

 

Food for Thought

  • Q: What berry was developed in Oregon in the 1950s and was named after an Oregon county?
  • A: The Marionberry.

 

Out of the Frying Pan

  • Favorite Place to Brunch: Screen Door (Get the fried chicken and waffles) or Country Cat
  • Favorite Place for Cocktails: Rum Club
  • Favorite Food Cart Success Story: Rick Gencarelli’s Lardo
  • Favorite Restaurant Decor: Woodsman Tavern
  • Favorite Portlandia Scene:


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