Healthy Dining in Portland
It was exciting news when this California-based restaurant chain decided to set up camp in Portland. Native Foods is conveniently located off the I-5 corridor in the Bridgeport Village shopping plaza, so it’s perfect for RVers wanting a quick bite to eat while heading north or south through Portland. There’s a sassy gourmet twist on the dishes served at Native Foods; yet at the same time, it’s totally down home comfort food that any RVer will enjoy.
Fresh, fresh and super-duper fresh is the way I’d describe the food at Veggie Grill, another California-based restaurant chain that made its way to Portland. With three locations in the Portland metro area, there’s a good chance that you are going to be near a Veggie Grill while you’re fulfilling your exhilarating tourist obligations.
Back to Eden Bakery
If you’re going to eat the sweet stuff, there is no better place to visit than Back to Eden Bakery located at 2217 NE Alberta Street. This delightfully charming vegan, gluten-free bakery offers the best sweet treats around. From their sinfully delicious cakes and pastries, to their vast array of vegan ice cream options, there is no shortage of yummylicious desserts available. The bakery also features many soy-free options as well. If you’d rather eat some lunch or a light dinner before plowing into one of their delectable treats, they serve that too. Whether you fancy a savory tart, a mini quiche, a chickpea "tuna" wrap or gluten-free biscuits and gravy, just make sure you save room for dessert.
There are plenty of other places to grab some healthy grub in Portland as well. Some of my other top picks include Vege Thai on Hawthorne, Vita Café on Alberta, Sweet Lemon Bistro in Bethany, Paradox Café on Belmont, Portobello Vegan Trattoria on Division, to name just a few. For a comprehensive list of healthy restaurants in Portland, visit NWVEG.com.
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