Pacific Northwest

Action Bronson

Watch the Trailer for a Very Pacific Northwest Episode of 'F*ck, That's Delicious'

Driven by the need for the freshest salmon, most grass-fed lamb, and some pretty legal weed, our main man Action Bronson and his squad make a pit stop in the Pacific Northwest on his way to a concert in Vancouver.
Munchies Staff
3.9.16
Portland

Oysters and Craft Beer Are a Match Made in Portland

Oysters and craft beer works. It is an amazing pairing that inspired my Oyster Social pop-up all over craft breweries in Portland, Oregon. Can you magine a creamy kusshi or a kumamoto with a cold saison?
Jaret Foster
3.9.16
Portland

Portland's Oldest Food Cart Park Could Get Wiped Out by a New High-Rise

Some 60 to 70 food carts will need to find new homes if the development proceeds, displacing one of the city’s prime cultural attractions.
Wyatt Marshall
2.11.16
truffles

Why It's Time to Start Taking Oregon Truffles More Seriously

The first thing you need to know about Oregon truffles is that they are nothing like their European counterparts.
Javier Cabral
1.24.16
Washington

The MUNCHIES Guide to Washington: Island Gourmet

Tarik heads north to the Salish Sea near the Canadian border to experience two interpretations of farm-to-table cuisine on the remote San Juan Islands: one prepared by a fourth-generation island resident, and the other by James Beard Award-winning chef...
Tarik Abdullah
8.20.15
Tips

This Portland Bar Won't Let You Tip for Drinks

In the name of equalizing the income between his back- and front-of-house employees, an Oregon bar owner doesn't want you to worry about tipping for drinks anymore.
Javier Cabral
8.6.15
Crawfish

Why Aren't People Eating Washington's Giant Crawfish?

The chilly rivers and blue lakes of the seafood-centric Pacific Northwest are brimming with crawfish that can grow as big as lobsters. So why aren't we seeing them on menus?
Naomi Tomky
8.5.15
Pizza

A Portland Family Sold Their Home in Exchange for Free Pizza for Life

In the competitive real estate market of Portland, sometimes the only way to stand out is to offer to buy a seller pizza for the rest of their lives.
Hilary Pollack
6.2.15
Oregon

The MUNCHIES Guide to Oregon, Part 3: Pinot Pioneers

Gabi travels to the Willamette Valley—the heart of Oregon wine country—to talk with three vintners who are producing some of the best Pinot noir in the world.
Gabi Chai
4.30.15
Portland

The MUNCHIES Guide to Oregon, Part 1: Portland Victory

Our first installment of the MUNCHIES Guide to Oregon starts in Portland, where Gabi Chai explores local hits such as Stumptown Coffee and the food truck scene.
Gabi Chai
4.28.15
Oregon

The MUNCHIES Guide to Oregon, Part 1: Portland Victory

Host Gabi Chai kicks off her exploration of Oregon with the classics that have put Portland on the culinary map: coffee, food trucks, and a home-cooked meal with one of the state’s most innovative chefs, Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon and Little Bird.
Gabi Chai
4.28.15
seattle

Seattle Has Decided Not to Fine Its People for Their Pizza Crusts and Orange Peels

The plan to emblazon Seattle citizens’ trash cans with semi-literal Scarlet Letters and make them cough up moola for the sick crime of tossing out the barbecue-sauce soaked napkins from their all-weekend Rib-a-thons has apparently been postponed.
Munchies Staff
4.24.15