I went to Australia earlier this year and did quite a bit of research before I left. Local blogs in Melbourne and Sydney proved to be really helpful, along with dining sites that had gluten-free search options. I thought I'd give back to the community by making a traveler's dining guide for Portland. I'll only list the restaurants that I have personally eaten at and which have strong adherence to gluten-free safety. There's a more comprehensive list over at Gluten-free Portland dot org.
New Cascadia Traditional Bakery - This dedicated gluten-free bakery serves bread, pastries, coffee, pizzas, and sandwiches.
Tula Bakery - An excellent dedicated gluten-free bakery in Northeast Portland.
Hawthorne Fish House - Almost all the food served at this establishment is gluten-free. See the full review here.
Deschutes Brewery - They bake their own gluten-free buns and bread sticks in a separate kitchen, and they brew their own gluten-free beer!
Iorio Restaurant - This Italian restaurant serves GF pasta as well as a whole host of other Italian dishes you've been craving! Their fryer is dedicated gluten-free, so feel free to indulge in the calamari. See a full restaurant review here.
Andina - Peruvian food with a full gluten-free menu. See full review here.
Fratelli Cucina - I found Fratelli Cucina through Triumph Dining's The Essential Gluten-free Restaurant Guide. Our server was gluten intolerant himself, so he really took care of us. They are not a dedicated gluten-free establishment, but they have both risotto and polenta on the menu that are typically made gluten-free.
Clyde Common - This is a trendy upscale establishment downtown. See the full review here.
Mississippi Pizza - Gluten-free pizza baked in a dedicated oven and GF beer.
Dick's Kitchen - They can serve any of their burgers or sandwiches on a gluten-free bun. See the full review here.
There are many more out there, and I'll be sure to update this list as I try new places. For a list of additional restaurants with gluten-free options, click here.