Where to Eat Clean in Portland

Portland has taken center stage in recent years with a strong dining scene that thrives on locally produced foods. Check out these eateries when visiting the City of Roses.

Clyde Common
Where: Portland
Chef: Chris DiMinno
Clyde Common occupies an inviting space adjacent to the Ace Hotel, a favorite boutique hotel in Portland’s downtown area. The casual tavern-like restaurant serves a menu of European-style foods with a heavy emphasis on vegetable-based dishes, soups and small plates. It’s also a popular lunch and happy hour gathering spot.

The Farm Cafe
Where: Portland
Owners: Fearn Smith/Guy Weigold
The Farm Cafe in Southeast Portland is a staple among diners who wish to eat clean while enjoying locally sourced foods and a relaxed environment. Dishes include a Farm House Veggie Burger, a rotation of fresh fish offerings from coastal Oregon and seasonal salads.

Where: Portland
Chef: Dolan Lane
Located in Southeast Portland’s industrial district, Clarklewis incorporates Italian- and French-inspired flavors with foods from Pacific Northwest producers, including fresh pastas and Alaskan halibut with braised fennel and gold potatoes. Organic vegetables, fruits and regionally sourced meats and fish combine for seasonal flavors during lunch, happy hour and dinner services.