Here’s an idea for a healthy Portland meal: Rent a bike (some hotels offer them to their guests) and pedal over to Ken’s Artisan Pizza. It’s on one of the city’s busiest bike corridors, about a 15-minute ride from downtown, and offers parking for 24 bikes. Then sit back and enjoy the best pizza in town, cooked to blistered-crust perfection in 2 minutes in a wood-fired, igloo-shaped oven. Ten pizza types are available, all of them topped with the freshest ingredients. You can also order a starter or side salad (I’d recommend the roasted vegetable platter). The beer and wine list offers great accompaniments to the pizzas. This is a relaxed, family-friendly place with sidewalk seating in the summer and an interior that features huge beams of old-growth Douglas fir salvaged from the famous Jantzen Beach Big Dipper roller coaster, built in 1923.
Portland OR› Restaurant
Ken’s Artisan Pizza
304 SE 28th Ave (at Pine St.)
Our Rating Neighborhood Southeast Portland Hours Mon–Thurs 5–9:30pm; Fri 5–10pm; Sat 4–10pm; Sun 4–9pm. Phone 503/517-9951 Prices Main courses $12–$16 Cuisine Type Pizza Web site Ken’s Artisan Pizza
Map304 SE 28th Ave Portland OR
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