50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

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From Atlanta to Seattle, T+L offers a definitive guide to the country’s top dining experiences—big and small.

Portland, Oregon: Beast

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Communal tables, two seatings, one menu, mostly meat, no substitutions—that’s the drill at this sizzling restaurant with chalkboard walls. Luckily Naomi Pomeroy is a terrific chef, so diners happily surrender control for a chance to indulge in her earthy charcuterie plates and braised pork cheeks with farm-happy sides. Dinner for two $105.

50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

Portland, Oregon: Beast

Communal tables, two seatings, one menu, mostly meat, no substitutions—that’s the drill at this sizzling restaurant with chalkboard walls. Luckily Naomi Pomeroy is a terrific chef, so diners happily surrender control for a chance to indulge in her earthy charcuterie plates and braised pork cheeks with farm-happy sides. Dinner for two $105.

© Lauren Coleman
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