Fair trade coffee. Biodynamic wine bars. A community garden on every other corner. Selmeliers (trans: salt connoiseurs). The locavore dining scene in Portland, Ore., can feel a little exhausting and earnest to the out-of-towner, even one from Williamsburg, Brooklyn - the land of house-made pickles and grass-fed butchers. The thing is, the food is that good, and the prices cheap. Here, a few highlights from the city's ever-expanding culinary utopia.

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