Portland Dining Month is happening all across the city this March, and it’s the perfect time to try something new and take advantage of this great deal. Over 125 restaurants are participating, all offering three-course meals for just $33 per person. And if you book a reservation for Portland Dining Month through Travel Portland, a portion of the ticket price will be donated to the Oregon Food Bank.

Portland is known for its amazing food scene, and Portland Dining Month provides the perfect opportunity to taste what the city has to offer. Established restaurants like Urban Fondue in NW and Acadia in NE are taking part, as well as restaurants that are up and coming, like Andina, with their Peruvian cuisine, and Chalino, which features classic Mexican dishes with a modern twist. If you’re feeling a certain je ne sais quoi, check out Bistro Agnes, a Parisian bistro whose chef recently won a James Beard Award. Vegan? Blossoming Lotus is a fantastic restaurant for vegans and non-vegans alike. With over 125 restaurants to choose from, there is bound to be something to suit your taste buds.

Complete your dining experience with a nightcap at a nearby distillery. Urban Fondue is near both Martin Ryan Distilling Company (distillers of Aria Portland Dry Gin) and Bull Run Distillery, two delicious spirit makers featured in High-Proof PDX. Over on the Eastside, Produce Row Cafe is right near House Spirits Distillery along Distillery Row.

Want more recommendations? The Oregonian offers 27 spots to try here

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