7 days ago - By Newsweek
In a city that's become famous for its gastronomic grandiosity, Portland, Ore.'s annual Feast food festival is among the town's most coveted tickets - if you have $165 laying around. For the unencumbered Feast is a bit like Coachella if you live in L.A., a weekend where a certain breed of foodie flees the city as if from a zombie apocalypse. But it's also about the best way to stroll and sample bites of food from some of the country's finest chefs.
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