Want to write a guest post for us on where to eat and drink in Portland for #ESA2017? (Update: we have a local volunteer)

Do you know Portland, OR? Do you like to eat food and drink drinks? We need your help! We’re looking for a volunteer to write a guest post for us on where to eat and drink in Portland for the ESA meeting.

Here’s an example of the sort of thing we’re looking for. But feel free to give it your own personal spin.

We’ve been doing these “where to eat and drink at the ESA meeting” posts for several years now and readers find them super-useful. So this is your chance to share what you love about Portland with lots of ecologists!

The ideal volunteer will be able to bang something out soon, so that those attending Evolution 2017 in Portland June 23-27 can benefit as well.

If you’re up for it, email me (jefox@ucalgary.ca) or tweet to @DynamicEcology.

p.s. I tweeted a request for volunteers a couple of days ago, which led to a few folks replying with some suggestions:

3 thoughts on “Want to write a guest post for us on where to eat and drink in Portland for #ESA2017? (Update: we have a local volunteer)

  1. Whoever does this should consider noting availability of vegan/vegetarian food options for at least a few venues. Often I think minority dietary needs can be missed when a larger group of folks are selecting a place to dine. Meat/dairy/eggs just happen to be relatively common.

  2. Portland has many fine options for vegens, so I do not believe there will be a problem locating good eateries serving vegen foods.

    For us meat eaters, though, there really is only one stop to keep in mind: Laurelhurst Market (laurelhurstmarket.com/). Without doubt, they serve the best quality meats in all of Portland, and many of our other quality restaurants get their meats here. So you might as well go to the source, I say.

    They boast of a premier restaurant and butcher shop- so you can also take something home with you if you prefer.

  3. Bamboo Grove and La Provence Boulangerie & Patisserie are my favorite spots in PDX… There are so many good places to eat and drink though!

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