Portland Dining Month Returns This March With More Than 120 Participating Restaurants
$33 three-course dinner menus available throughout March including new pop-up dinner offerings
PORTLAND, Ore. – Feb. 15, 2018 – Portland Dining Month, a Travel Portland initiative, returns to the Rose City this March with more than 120 local restaurants serving up three-course dinners for just $33, every night of the week. In addition, Feastly, an online marketplace that produces unique culinary pop-ups hosted by talented chefs, will participate for the first time this year.
Now in its ninth year, Portland Dining Month allows foodies to experience delicious meals, prepared by award-winning chefs from around the city, at a reasonable cost. Each participating restaurant offers a unique three-course prix fixe dinner menu. The 2018 roster includes local favorites like Andina, Departure and Paley’s Place, as well as first-time participants like Bistro Agnes, Southfork and Alto Bajo. A full list of participating Portland Dining Month restaurants and their menus can be found at PortlandDiningMonth.com.
Pop-up dinners are also on the menu, with Feastly Portland joining the Portland Dining Month lineup. Twenty-one of the platform’s top chefs from all over the world will host dinners in the Feastly space on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard and at select venues around town. Chefs represent a diverse range of cuisines and will prepare ticketed dinners highlighting Ethiopian, Filipino, Turkish, Puerto Rican and Nigerian fare, among others. Find out more at eatfeastly.com/pdxdiningmonth
“Portland Dining Month represents the perfect opportunity to experience the best that the Portland culinary scene has to offer, without breaking the bank,” said Jeff Miller, Travel Portland president and CEO. “It’s a wonderful time to celebrate the organizations and cuisines that help shape and sustain our city’s reputation as a culinary capital.”
Making a reservation for Portland Dining Month can also benefit the community. Travel Portland has partnered with OpenTable for the eighth year; a donation will be made to Oregon Food Bank’s hunger-relief efforts for every reservation booked at participating restaurants through PortlandDiningMonth.com.
About Travel Portland
Travel Portland is the official destination marketing organization for the city of Portland, Oregon. Its mission is to strengthen the local economy by marketing the Greater Portland region as a preferred destination for meetings, conventions and leisure travel. For more information, visit TravelPortland.com.