Where to Eat in Portland
Portland may be weird—and we mean that in a good way!—but its food scene is one of the best in the country. From a Thai destination to a neighborhood joint with killer homemade pasta, these are the restaurants you can't miss.

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Ike's Wings Are Worth It at Pok Pok

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On a blistering hot day, I had to get a cab back to my hotel, so I didn’t get to explore Southeast Division very much. But make Pok Pok your destination. I was lucky I didn’t have to wait in line (it was 3 pm and HOT).

It’s all about Ike’s wings. With the honey, they taste like candy. I can’t stop thinking about them. I also recommend the drinking vinegar (I had this at their sister restaurant Ping). Luckily, there's another outpost in New York, but I always like an original!

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On a blistering hot day, I had to get a cab back to my hotel, so I didn’t get to explore Southeast Division very much. But make Pok Pok your destination. I was lucky I didn’t have to wait in line (it was 3 pm and HOT).

It’s all about Ike’s wings. With the honey, they taste like candy. I can’t stop thinking about them. I also recommend the drinking vinegar (I had...

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On a blistering hot day, I had to get a cab back to my hotel, so I didn’t get to explore Southeast Division very much. But make Pok Pok your destination. I was lucky I didn’t have to wait in line (it was 3 pm and HOT).

It’s all about Ike’s wings. With the honey, they taste like candy. I can’t stop thinking about them. I also recommend the drinking vinegar (I had this at their sister restaurant Ping). Luckily, there's another outpost in New York, but I always like an original!

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