delicious things to Eat and Drink in Oregon
You’ve probably read about Oregon’s incredible ingredients, from black truffles and hazelnuts to sustainably caught tuna, salmon and crab. And you’ve probably seen pictures of the plates our award-winning chefs prepare from this bounty, paired with any one of the thousands of handcrafted beers and wines Oregon produces.
Here’s an idea, stop reading about all this great food and drink and enjoy some in person. Order your travel guide today.
Celebrate Oregon Bounty
Oregon is a place where chefs cavort with vintners and go foraging on the weekends. Want some inspiration to help create your own tasty trail? Download our Trails to Feast booklet featuring seven culinary paths throughout Oregon.
Trails to Feast – Rivers, Peaks and Fruit Loops
When Randy Kiyokawa was a kid, he dreamed of growing up to be a policeman or a disk jockey. His parents had other ideas…
From Grass to Glass
Several years ago, if someone had told Laurie Carlson that she, husband Terry and grandson Brian would own and operate…
Family Getaway to the Gorge
The last weekend of spring break, everyone was getting antsy. An adventure was called for, and one that included a trip…
Find Stuff to See & Do
On the sprawling spreads of Central and Eastern Oregon, where the only thing between you and the horizon are a few fence posts and a distant mountain range, you’ll find 1895 still alive and well. Today, Oregon ranching families are carrying on an old tradition with new savvy co-ops like Country Natural Beef, Painted Hills, and Strawberry Mountain that produce sustainable, high quality meats. We get to enjoy a taste of the way things used to be. They get to keep doing what they love.
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There’s a cheesemaker in Southern Oregon who buys milk from a single dairy because he likes the way the grass tastes.
Beer & Breweries
Drop into any brewpub and see what they can do with some water, grain, hops, and a little creativity.
Coffee & Tea
Oregon didn’t invent the coffee break, but its artisan roasters and tea shamans definitely helped turn it into an all-day affair.
So roll up your sleeves, grab an apron, and get your hands dirty at one of our many rich, hands-on culinary events and dining adventures.
Distilleries in Oregon
Distilled spirits in Oregon are the product of thinking small, with distillers pouring their hearts and souls into each concoction.
Oregon’s rich farm-to-plate tradition starts with our growers, so check out our farmers markets.
Feast Portland is a world-class food and drink festival that showcases local culinary talent and Oregon ingredients alongside nationally recognized chefs during a four-day celebration.
Picking & Foraging
Oregon has evolved into a culinary hotspot, but in many ways we’re still considered hunter/gatherers.
Once upon a time, long before fast food turned ranchers into burger producers, ranching was a family art form. In Oregon, we still do it that way.
You’re in for a treat when you venture out for a meal in Oregon.
So many ways to eat an Oregon Dungeness crab, but only one way to enjoy it: fresh.
Wineries & Wine
In Oregon, winemakers are farmers, and they get really stoked when talking about soil.