America's Best Cities for Fall Travel
Fall is good news for Portland’s locavore menus: plenty of salmon are swimming in the Columbia River, and butternut squash and heirloom tomatoes are falling off the vines. Try the fried green tomatoes with eggplant, saba, and Parmesan from the all-wood-fired kitchen at Ned Ludd (a cheeky take on Luddites). It’s also fresh hop season for beer, when brewers use newly harvested hops, which taste distinctly different than the dried hops employed the rest of the year. You can sample some excellent results at Hopworks.