About: Jason Staats
Jason Staats is a native Oregonian with a degree in hospitality and extensive background in the restaurant and tourism sectors. He is a former President of the Portland Concierge Association, current board member of the Pacific NW Experience, President of the Where To Eat Guide and an influencer in the broader hospitality communities of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and beyond. Jason loves to cook and has a passion for travel. His favorite annual events are Feast, Taste Washington, Savor Idaho and Treefort. You may follow Jason on Twitter and Instagram: @Jason_Staats.
Recent Posts by Jason Staats
Every week Where To Eat Guide selects awesome restaurant gift certificates from different foodie destinations on the West Coast. Click now to find out more!Read more
This sexy video was provided by Can Font of Portland, Oregon. Click here to learn more. Enjoy watching! Can Font brings traditional Spanish cuisine with modern dishes and techniques to Portland’s Pearl District. Recognized by Willamette Week as one of Portland’s Best New Restaurants, experience the best of the Catalonia region of Spain in the…Read more
Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland returns for its seventh year this weekend, Thursday, September 13 – Sunday, September 16, 2018! Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland is the flagship food and drink festival in the Pacific Northwest, capturing the current energy and enthusiasm driving America’s food revolution. Founded in 2012 by Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch, the four-day festival showcases legendary…Read more
The Where to Eat & Drink Guide Napa is getting ready to join the festivities at the 4th annual Yountville Live! Taking place over the weekend of March 15th to 18th, this delicious event includes the 25th Anniversary of Taste of Yountville! From world class chefs (including James Beard celebrity Chef Stephanie Izard) and Food…Read more
Napa Valley Restaurant Week returned Sunday, January 21st, and all across the valley you can enjoy delicious prix-fixe menus from the top restaurants! Multi-course lunches are $20 and dinners are $36 or $46, dining out has never been more affordable. While the entire list can be found on the Visit Napa Valley website, we’ve listed…Read more