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The Bite of Oregon

HALEY MARTIN
11 am-10 pm Friday-Saturday and 10 am-8 pm Sunday, Aug. 9-11., Friday August 09 | $5 Admission. Proceeds benefit Special Olympics Oregon.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Southwest Naito Parkway and Harrison Street
 
Suburbia descends yet again upon the shores of West Portland for Portland’s most egalitarian food festival, the Bite of Oregon, now in its 30th year. The Coney Island of local food offers a wide variety of meat on a stick, food-cart samples and occasional higher-end fare, alongside celebuchef presentations and the wares of assorted food consortia. This year’s Bite will feature an “Oregon Bounty Chef’s Table,” in which local chefs prepare $4 small plates.

Where: Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Address: Southwest Naito Parkway and Harrison Street

 
 

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Southwest Naito Parkway and Harrison Street
97204
 
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