Eating Out Paleo :: Pacific Northwest

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Eating Out PNWAll those who follow the paleo lifestyle will admit to the fact that finding restaurant options that serve paleo inspired dishes is quite hard, if not impossible. Lots of “no ____” or “Can you substitute _____ for _____’s” is the name of the game when choosing options off of a regular menu.

I’m hoping to find eateries in the Pacific Northwest that have options on their menu specifically inspired for those who eat paleo. Below are a list of restaurants I will be researching and sharing about on future blog posts (other than dicks kitchen, which I have already eaten at twice and previously blogged about).

Caveman Convenience in Spokane, WA

Dicks Kitchen in Portland, OR

Eat Outside the Box – Seattle, WA

Lola in Seattle, WA

Great Harvest Bread Company in Kennewick, WA

 

I am so excited to explore these restaurant options, and hopefully in the near future have the privilege to eat at their storefronts. Not only would I like to try these places, but I know there are online start-ups of paleo making foodies that I want to find. Please pass along any names of businesses you think I should explore and I’ll do my best to report back my findings!

 

Eating Out Paleo :: Portland

Eating Out, Food Reviews, Paleo, Paleo Treats, Portland, Primal, Travel, Whole Eating

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Planning a trip to Portland? Live locally and need a fresh idea on places to eat? Enjoy grass fed beef, in house fermented veggies, coconut milk milkshakes that are customize able , tart strawberry lemonade, paleo dining options?

Dick’s Kitchen, with two locations to choose from, is all that and more. Hearing good reviews about this diner inspired guilt free eatery that has paleo eats on the menu didn’t need a second encouragement for me to give it a whirl. From friendly customer service that made my boyfriend and I feel like the only people being served to a unique location in an old and hipster artsy neighborhood, Dick’s Kitchen was far from disappointing.

I had one of their grass fed burgers called – “THE ELVIS” PIMENTO CHEESE BURGER – House made Pimento Cheese ( though not paleo) was a splurge over the top worth it. In place of a bun – butter lettuce leaves. Also, a side of yam not-fries (baked) and their tart lemonade with strawberries complimented my meal to perfection.

Go.Eat Well.No Guilt.Repeat

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