PORTLAND, Ore. — Until recently, Portland’s best-known chefs, such as Vitaly Paley, the James Beard-award-winning owner of Paley’s Place, always set up shop on the east side of the Willamette River. Then the recession hit, opening up space in the West End, conveniently located within walking distance of many downtown hotels. Here are three debuts garnering rave reviews:
Portland’s top restaurateurs head downtown
By Stephen Jermanok| Globe correspondent March 15, 2014
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