Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on June 1st, 2020 at 9:47 am
The theme can be interpreted all types of ways: coffee outside, a picnic, grabbing take-out by bike, discovering a new food cart, dressing up like a hot dog, or whatever else you can dream up.
It also seems like a great way to play Pedalpalooza today would be to do so while also supporting Portland’s Black-owned eateries. From Deadstock Coffee in Old Town to 42nd Avenue Fish & Chips in Cully, our city has an enticing array to choose from.
Here’s an idea: If you’re itching to grill-by-bike, swing into Cason’s Fine Meats on NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and grab something to add to your BBQ (whether it’s on your bike or your porch). Cason’s sells all your favorites from Carlton Farms, Cedar River Farms, and Zenner.
For more ideas check out the directory on ILoveBlackFood.com. And make sure to share your foodie finds online by tagging #PedalpaloozaPDX and #FoodByBike.
Have fun, stay safe, and support our community!
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