Portland Neighborhood Evening Food Tour

Portland Neighborhood Evening Food & Drink Tour

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$85 per person

Approx. 1.5 miles walking

The Essentials:

Explore a local Portland neighborhood on this walking food tour that visits an incredible selection of sit-down restaurants, a wine tasting room, and a brewery. Plenty of food, Oregon wine, a unique cocktail, and local craft beer are all included!


4 sit-down restaurants and one craft brewery.

Group Size

Small groups of 2-10 people per tour.

Start & End Location

Starts in the heart of the Slabtown neighborhood in NW Portland. Ends 1 block away from the starting location. An email will be sent with detailed meeting location details immediately after booking.

Dietary Requirements

We are happy to welcome vegetarians and pescatarians, but please let us know prior to your tour date as same day requests cannot be guaranteed. This tour is not recommended for gluten free, dairy free, vegan or other special diets.

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About This Tour:

What do The Simpsons and a coin toss have to do with Portland’s history? Beyond the amazing food and drink, Portland’s weird and awesome legacy continues to shape life for Portlanders. 

Across 5 tourist-free locations and two historic neighborhoods, every street and every bite has a unique story to tell. Come hear that story through the best medium possible: food and drink. This is not a tasting tour, come hungry and eat loads. If you have one night in Portland, this is it!

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What You'll Do:

Portland Evening Food Tour Oregon Wine

Learn how to pair wine and cheese from master wine experts, sampling the finest of Oregon’s wine to start the evening.

Portland Evening Food Tour Housemade Pasta

Dig into some housemade pasta tossed in truffle butter, seasoned with sea salt and cracked pepper, then topped with grana cheese.

Portland Evening Food Tour Neighborhood Guide

Walk through neighborhoods that hold relics from Lewis and Clark and the industrialization of Oregon up to it’s modern gastro-scene.

Portland Evening Food Tour Chinese Bao Buns

Try freshly-steamed Chinese bao buns alongside Korean kimchi and house cocktails in an Asia-facing port-city with deep roots in fusion cuisine.

Portland Evening Food Tour Crepe

Save room for a made-from-scratch crepe from the best creperie in Portland, in a blink-and-you-miss-it mom and pop shop.

Portland Food Tours Food Drinks Included

Cap off the evening with a cheers at a neighborhood craft beer hall.

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“In Portland’s Alphabet District, it’s not unusual to see lines for a restaurant table or an ice cream cone. But the focus of Lost Plate Food Tours is to give its guests an alternative to the well-known spots, focusing instead on hidden gems that serve up some of the city’s best food and drinks. From the first glass of wine to the final beer, our group enjoyed an extraordinary dining experience in six different neighborhood spots on our Evening Food & Drink Tour.”

Customer Reviews:


“All the food was incredible and left us all in awe every time. Drinks were also amazing! Our tour guide was so great and the group got along so well, we all stayed together after the tour was finished! Amazing experience.”


March 2020


“A great a taste of what Portland has to offer!! Michelle was an amazing host for the city & had the best food picked out for us! Always heard Portland was a beer town but the food surpassed all our expectations. Highly recommend the tour!! Great experience, would tour with them again.”

Tami W

February 2020


“I highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Portland! We did the evening tour, and I was not disappointed. Our guide was absolutely wonderful, so knowledgeable and passionate about the city, it’s history and everything is has to offer. All of the places we visited were fantastic. It was great to see the culture and true Portland gems that weren’t “touristy.” The tour was my favorite part of the whole trip – thanks Lost Plate!”


February 2020


“Joined a lovely group led by Michelle. I chose tour because it was in the evening, but there are other great reasons to do it. It was fun and educational and I learned a lot about Portland cuisine. And the food and drink was great, particularly the pasta and the wine. Loved the neighborhood so much I went back the following night to eat.”


August 2019

Frequently Asked Questions:

We have many happy customers who do more than one of our tours in Portland! We have designed our tours to focus only on very different parts of the city and different cuisines. This means that each dish, story, and vibe is unique to each tour and there aren’t any repeats.

Most people are very surprised how broad the culinary scene is in Portland, and our tours are a good way to discover those differences. We cover everything from food carts to private kitchen experiences, morning coffees to wine tastings. We encourage you to pick the tours that best fit your itinerary and we offer a 10% discount if booking more than one tour.

This tour covers about 1.5 miles by foot, so we recommend leaving the heels at home. This distance is split up between 5 stops, so it’s roughly a 10 minute walk between each stop and a great chance to digest a bit before the next course. We also find that exploring by foot is the best way to see this neighborhood and find relics dotted throughout. If this sounds like a too much walking, our other tours in Portland cover less distance.

This tour includes a wine tasting flight, a craft cocktail, and a local craft beer. At stops which do not have alcohol, we will provide water or you are welcome to purchase your own drink if time permits. It’s definitely plenty to drink, and shows off the variety of tasty beverages found throughout the city.

Not a drinker? No problem! Please let us know if you will not be drinking prior to the tour and we will make sure to provide tasty non-alcoholic options for you.

All of the places we visit during this tour do allow minors, however we recommend leaving the kids at home for this one. Our other tours in Portland are a much better fit for the little ones. Our general recommendation for this tour is that guests are 21 years of age or over, but feel free to let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Our tours have been designed to accommodate as many diets as possible while still remaining stupid delicious. We are happy to welcome vegetarians and pescatarians, but please let us know prior to your tour date as same day requests cannot be guaranteed. This tour is not recommended for gluten free, dairy free, vegan or other special diets.

When booking online, you’ll have the opportunity to let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or special requests. Please use this field to let us know about your requests and we will follow up if there are any problems or questions.

Our minimum is 2 and maximum is 12. There’s no flag to follow, or megaphone, or tacky uniforms. It’s small enough to be intimate, but big enough to get away with trying several dishes at each stop. You’ll get plenty of face-time with the experts. Bottom line is, you’ll follow the guide through a super-local experience and make friends along the way. It is awfully common for our guests to continue the evening together after the tour is over for a few more rounds.

This tour starts at 5pm at our first stop in the Slabtown neighborhood in Northwest Portland (the popular NW 23rd street is nearby). You’ll get the exact address, directions, and transportation details immediately after booking.

The end location is approx. 1 block away from the start location. Our last stop is at a brewery, where you are able to stay as long as you like!

This tour lasts about 3 hours and ends at a brewery. It’s not uncommon for guests to stay out and keep the pints going afterwards.

If you have any concerns about timing or meeting up based on your itinerary, let us know and we’ll see what we can do to make this as hassle-free as possible.

Unfortunately, pets are not allowed inside food and drink establishments in Portland. While we would love to meet your furry friend, pets are not able to join our tours for the comfort and safety of all guests and vendors.

For the safety and comfort of our guests and guides, all tours are smoke-free. This includes nicotine, cannabis, and vape devices.

This tour does include alcohol, but please keep in mind Oregon law prohibits the serving of alcohol to visibly intoxicated individuals. If you arrive to the tour visibly intoxicated, you will be kindly asked to leave. We want everyone to have a comfortable and pleasant experience, so please save your shenanigans for after the tour. All Lost Plate tours are a family-friendly experience and we appreciate your understanding.

Yes we do! If you would like to book a special tour for your organization or group, just contact us and we’ll take care of you.

We sure do! If you decide to do more than one tour with us we are happy to offer you a 10% discount off your total amount. It doesn’t matter if the tour is in the same city or a different city, we want to keep feeding you as long as you let us. Our online booking system will automatically deduct the discount from your total if booking online. If you decide to add more tours later, your original confirmation email will include a promo code to use on those bookings.

Bookings cancelled 2 days (48 hours) or more before your tour are fully refundable (100% refund). Bookings cancelled within 48 hours notice are not refundable. Cancellations must be communicated by email to info@lostplate.com or by phone. If you would like to reschedule your tour with less than 48 hours notice, we will need to charge 50% of your total since we are unable to fill your spots at short notice.

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