EatPDX: Spring Break Edition

Eating in PDX: Spring Break Edition

Lunchin’ on crepes from C’est Si Bon at the Portland State University Farmer’s Market.

Stuffed with chicken salad and herbs…obviously hunger took precedence over photographing the innards

Fro-yo erry single day…The Sara way: Every single flavour with mango, strawbeezies, oreo crumble bits, and reese’s

Sipping on Stumptown Macchiatos at Barista while furiously typing away a Case Study on corruption and bureaucracy in India

Wasabi dunking loads of cheap, legit, super fresh sushi at Mio’s on 23rd

Heading to Pyro Pizza cart at Hawthorne and 12th for the best type of vegetarian meal: (From above, Margherita with fresh pulled mozzarella, olive oil, basil, San Marzano tomato sauce, epic organic whole wheat crust; Caramelized onion pie with gorgonzola, parmigiano reggiano, and pistachios.) Mouthgasm.

Pyro Pizza (Food Cart) on Urbanspoon

Meandering around House of  Vintage and trying on the most ridiculous outfit possible (Yup…that is me under all that poncho action…and my construction worker sidekick, Car-Mats)

Heading to OHSU Hospital to take the tram down to the waterfront and get a stunning 360 of Portland

Using the morning silence to whip up some blackberry pancakes with a side of Vogue…

And perhaps taking the time to cook the most legit salad of all time: Organic spinach, heirloom cherry tomatoes, balsamic rosemary grilled chicken, garlic, shiitake mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, artichokes, roasted aubergine, roasted zucchini, fresh thyme, chilli flakes, spicy hummus, balsamic vinegar, chilli pepper sauce, & parmigiano reggiano

Sipping on ultra-sophisticated/complicated glossary-terminologied cocktails at Teardrop in the Pearl

And of course eating half an almond crusted chicken with balsamic reduction and root veggies while doing so…

Teardrop Lounge on Urbanspoon


5 thoughts on “EatPDX: Spring Break Edition

    1. Merci beaucoup Clare…I feel like I’d fit in better at LC with my poncho/sombrero/romper/leopard scarf/chanel sunglasses ensemble. le sex fo sho.

  1. You certainly know how to eat well! Everything looks really delicious – especiallly the sushi. And why doesn’t anyone make buckwheat crepes down here so I can share in the joy??

  2. Those crepes look delicious. I haven’t been able to find a good crepe place in so. cal. Or else I haven’t been looking well enough. Where are you from? Your style is gorgeous as well!

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