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Cheap rent and cheap liquor licences made Portland the ideal launch pad for many chefs Streets ahead (Clockwise from top) 10 Barrel; Portland's neon White Stag sign through the windscreen of the I-PACE; Voodoo doughnuts, featuring Diablos Rex, Grape Ape, Marshall Mathers and Sprinkle Cake flavours abundance of fresh produce available on its doorstep, made Portland the ideal launch pad for chefs. Equipped with experience from top kitchens in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco, they descended on the city, opened their own restaurants, and blew the lid off the scene. “Before that, we had three main players but they were extremely ‘Northwest’,” says Gorham. “There was no diversity. If you had dishes from those three restaurants you might not be able to tell them apart. Now we’ve gone from three great restaurants to three great restaurants on every block.” Pushing the envelope The city has come far in the last decade, and its enthusiasm for global cuisine is much of why it deserves a spot on the world stage. Troy MacLarty, chef-owner 26 / Jaguar Magazine

Travel 10 St. Johns Bridge Portlandia ARBORDapper boutiques, foodie markets LODGE and hipster eateries galore WOODLAWN Illustration Laura Cattaneo NORTHWEST INDUSTRIAL NORTHWEST PORTLAND OVERLOOK ALBERTA Mississippi Ave 1 Slabtown 2 Moda Center NORTHWEST DISTRICT 5 3 NE 28th Ave White Stag 4 Portland Art Museum Washington Park DOWN 9 TOWN 8 7 6 Tom McCall Waterfront Park Portland Farmers Market HOSFORD-ABERNETHY BROOKLYN 1.Mississippi Avenue Hipster neighbourhood filled with eclectic curio shops 2. Slabtown Classy shopping and breakfast joints abound 3. Moda Center Indoor sports arena used for ice hockey, basketball and shows 4. NE 28th Avenue Known locally as the 'restaurant row', featuring everything from Cajun Creole to artisanal chocolate shops 5. White Stag This iconic 'Portland Oregon' sign was originally made by the White Stag Sportswear company, but is now owned by the city 6. Tom McCall Waterfront Park 40-acre park, popular with joggers, skateboarders and cyclists 7. Portland Art Museum Founded in 1892, the US's seventh oldest museum features more than 50,000 objects 8. Portland Farmers Market More than 200 vendors sell produce on weekends and Wednesdays 9. Washington Park Home to Oregon Zoo, Portland Japanese Garden and Hoyt Arboretum 10. St Johns Bridge Towering steel suspension bridge spanning the Willamette River Jaguar Magazine / 27

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Jaguar Magazine celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from beautiful design to cutting-edge technology.

In this issue, we explore the art of creativity from the Brazilian masters who devised the graceful art of Capoeira, to the Irish artists mixing new culture with old. You will also discover the creative line that links Victorian wallpaper to the iPhone. While the multi-talented actor and performer, Riz Ahmed, explains why it is the right time to reveal his true self to the world.


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