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  • Local Organizations Need Your Help

    PUBLISHED Dec 03, 2018

    Would you like to help a food related organization this holiday season? Whether you can donate funds or become a volunteer, every little bit helps. Find out more and consider what you can do to make a difference. Blue Zones Project The Blue Zones Project in Douglas County encourages changes to our communities that lead to healthier ... Read more ›

  • Volunteer or Contribute to Donate Dinner

    PUBLISHED Oct 11, 2018

    This November you can help Portland based Meals on Wheels support local homebound seniors as a volunteer or by your contribution to Donate Dinner. Be a Volunteer Volunteers are needed at local grocery stores leading up to Thanksgiving (Sat, November 17, 2018 — Wed, November 21, 2018). Your role is to greet customers and hand them a ... Read more ›

  • Fall Soups in the Northwest

    PUBLISHED Sep 24, 2018

    The Fall season is the time of year when we start craving a flavorful hot soup. Choose a bowl by itself, or pair it with a sandwich or salad for a great lunch or dinner. Check out this delicious and varied selection of soups from restaurants across Oregon and SW Washington. Bier Onion Soup – Gustav’s ... Read more ›

  • Golf & Dine - 16 Courses

    PUBLISHED Jul 18, 2018

    Our Northwest golf courses have a lot to offer. There's amazing golfing in a variety of beautiful settings, along with wonderful eating establishments. The dining experiences are diverse and you can also find space for your special event, whether it's a wedding, company event, reunion, seminar or birthday party.   Take a look at our favorites: Aloha The Vintage Room ... Read more ›

  • Blue Zones Project

    PUBLISHED Jun 12, 2018

    Have you heard about the Blue Zones Project? Blue Zones is a community-wide initiative designed to help make healthy choices easier for Oregonians. Healthy Dining Options In support of Oregon's Healthiest State initiative, the Blue Zones Project encourages changes to our community that lead to healthier options. It’s bringing residents, worksites, schools, restaurants, grocery stores, and government ... Read more ›

  • Northwest BBQ

    PUBLISHED May 01, 2018

    One thing's for sure, American’s love barbecue! While the Northwest isn't known as a hotbed of barbecue, we still have many delicious, mouth-watering barbecue restaurants that make for some tough choices of where to eat. Take a look at our favorites here in Oregon and click the links to find out more. Pick one near you, or take ... Read more ›

  • More National Food Day Fun

    PUBLISHED Mar 15, 2018

    This month we continue with more 'National Food Day Fun' from last month's blog. We looked for the weird and fun when selecting these days. We hope you enjoy! July 2 - Canned Luncheon Meat Day In the USA, Spam is probably most popular in Hawaii. It’s used in Sushi (Spam Musubi) and there are more varieties ... Read more ›

  • 6 Weird National Food Days

    PUBLISHED Feb 15, 2018

    These days there's a 'National Day of' for almost everything. While some of these special days go overboard, we at Dining Out In The NorthWest feel that everyday is good to celebrate food. Here are a few of our favorite National Food Days. This is an opportunity to try a new food, a new restaurant or a new ... Read more ›

  • Get a Taste of the Islands Here in the NW

    PUBLISHED Jan 12, 2018

    With the dark and rainy days upon us here in the Northwest, many of us are dreaming of a little sunshine. While most of us won’t be heading to a place like Hawaii anytime soon, there are local restaurants where you can get a taste of the islands. Choose from your favorites like Kalua Pork, or ... Read more ›

  • 7 Unique Dining Choices for Mt. Hood

    PUBLISHED Dec 19, 2017

    Are you heading to Mt. Hood this winter? We’ve got a number of special choices for dining, each with a unique take on the Mt. Hood experience. Click the website links for more information and enjoy your visit to Mt. Hood!   Barlow Trail Roadhouse – Dating back to 1926, the Barlow Trail Roadhouse is an authentic log cabin. ... Read more ›