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Portland is known for offering some of the most genuine culinary wonders and craft beers on the west coast. With coffee shops on every block and so many restaurants and bars to pick from, it’s a difficult task to determine which ones are the absolute best. But Portland goes beyond its active city lights and busy streets. Past its urban boundary, the region is filled to the brim with trees, trails, and streams, creating an approachable and tranquil escape for the city dwellers and those traveling through. With lots of parks and impeccable plant life, cultural spots, boutique shops and natural scenery to take in, uncover some of our favorite Portland gems with our guide to the city.
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Address: 1126 SW Alder Street Portland, OR 97205
Woodsy dessert bar that glamps up the classic camping treat by torching marshmallows into creative gourmet bites. Offering many unique flavors such as whiskey salted caramel, red raspberry, and lemon meringue.
Address: 580 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Hand-painted entrance windows welcoming a taste of Korea downtown. Serving bibimbap, fried chicken, bao burgers, dumplings, and sweet treats, this quaint little restaurant offers outdoor sidewalk seating and quick-to-go dinners.
Address: 4039 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, OR 97217
Situated on Mississippi Ave, Lovely’s is a haven for all things food and drink. It is a lively setting for wood-fired pies, plus other casual eats including salads & house-made ice cream.
Address: 200 NE 28th Ave, Portland, OR 97232
Casual spot for Mexican for drinks, sandwiches & vegetarian bowls with locally sourced ingredients. Plus, well-deserved accolades like Bon Appetit’s Best New Restaurants.
Address: 813 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205
Comfortably nestled inside Woodlark, Bullard is big on Tex-Mex cuisine and classic cocktails, a culinary vision of Top Chef contestant, Doug Adams, who runs the kitchen. Bullard offers a warm atmosphere and big flavor, focused on a menu that reflects Adams’ culinary journey from Texas to Montana to Portland, celebrating the bounty of the Pacific Northwest.
Address: 4636 NE 42nd Ave Suite A, Portland, OR 97218
Yonder blends Pacific Northwest cuisine and delectable Southern sensibilities seamlessly. Offering award-winning fried chicken, whimsical goodies, and freshly inventive local vegetable dishes, this casually cozy and haint blue dining room is a delightful countrified Portland experience.
Address: 3808 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227
From island-inspired cocktails to enticing curries, Eem is a destination for food that makes you feel like you just got your passport stamped. Fear not these foreign flavors! With drinks that massage the senses, we are here as your vacation spirit guide.
Address: 126 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97204
Pine Street Market, the city's first food hall, feels a bit like a refined and grown-up school cafeteria, full of gourmet offerings and communal tables. The Market features nine of Portland’s best chefs and purveyors gathered under one roof — perfect for groups of travelers who can’t agree on what to eat.
Address: 1570 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 97210
This truly unique neighborhood brewpub features a full-service restaurant with two levels and a wide selection (16 taps!) of locally brewed Breakside craft beers. The large outdoor patio is a refreshing spot for sipping an ice-cold Breakside Pilsner on a warm, sunny day — especially if you add a giant Bavarian pretzel to go with it — and you definitely should.
Address: 923 SE 7th Ave. Portland, OR 97214
Afuri menu centers around our signature bowl of Yuzu Shio ramen; a light, delicate broth built upon a reduction made from layers of umami flavors, and hints of refreshing yuzu citrus. Their kitchen uses the same techniques employed in their central kitchen at the foot of AFURI mountain in Japan.
Address: 813 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205
Located inside Woodlark, Abigail Hall offers a wide range of exotic cocktails in a dimly lit, plush and packed with history. The name derives from Abigail Scott Duniway, Oregon's "Mother of Equal Suffrage." A lecturer, organizer, writer, and editor, Duniway is revered for her achievements for women’s rights and the place she held in the forging of the Northwest. Run by the masters at Holler Hospitality, known for sister restaurant Bullard and Holler (located in Sellwood neighborhood).
Address: 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Situated in the Sentinel, this sleek and new plant-based bar offers all the classics minus the meat, dreamed up by none other than Chef Jewan Manuel aka Plant Based Papi. With vibrant colors and lively murals, plus weekly DJ sets, this bar provides a very bright and lively atmosphere.
Address: 5424 NE 30th Ave, Portland, OR 97211
From a den of dark shadows and dripping candles comes exacting cocktails, turntable spins, and the spicy surprise of Burmese noodles, courtesy of budding bar star Kyle Webster and his James Beard-winning wife, chef Naomi Pomeroy. Order whatever you like, but the eight nightly specials are the show, each formulated to the drop and accompanied by a historic footnote.
Address: 2615 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202
Bar Norman is a great afternoon stop for wine coinsurers. Sit inside and sip your wine under twinkly lights, high ceilings, and great company, or snag a flight out on the patio and swirl your favorites from classic reds and whites, to bubbly citrus concoctions.
Address: 404 SE 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97215
A taproom charming enough to get married in! This converted auto-body shop displays loads of natural illumination that nurtures the hanging ferns and immense plant life all around. What better way to discover new wines than to swirl them under soft globe lights while taking in the fragrant scent of oak barrels.
Address: Each distillery in the Row is open on weekends for drop-in spirits tastings also open to the public on weekdays. See the listings on the right for each Distillery’s address, as well as information about their behind-the-scenes tours. Several local companies also offer tour packages of the Row to help you experience the amazing variety and distinctive quality that only locally distilled spirits can offer.
Address: 900 SE Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97209
New Deal Distillery has been proudly crafting small-batch, award-winning spirits in Portland’s Southeast Industrial District since 2004. Visit our Tasting Room & Distiller’s Workshop to sample and see what we’re playing with or take a hands-on whiskey-making class taught by owner and distiller, Tom Burkleaux. Find New Deal at local farmer's markets, a spirit's event around town, or on the shelf of your local liquor store.
Address: 2671 NW Vaughn Street, Portland, OR 97209
Locally run Freeland Free Spirits, one of very few women-owned and -run distilleries in the world, has gorgeous jewel-toned bottles of gin and bourbon, and cans of lovingly formulated cocktails created with locally sourced herbs and ingredients. Any spirits connoisseur needs a Freeland creation in their suitcase.
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Address: 626 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205
A lovely wine shop located downtown, Park Avenue Wines has a curated selection of locally and internationally sourced bottles to take home, as well as an in-store bar for tastings and wines by the glass. In partnership with Spätzle & Speck, they also offer a fantastic full menu. Have no fears about snobby sommeliers here — you’ll only find kind, helpful wine lovers who only want to pair you with flavors you’ll love.
Address: 550 SW Washington St, Portland, OR 97204
A wine, beer, spirits purveyor located downtown, Proof has a vast selection of unique and locally sourced items, with a super friendly and always helpful staff.
Address: 408 NW Couch St, Portland OR, 97209
Part coffee shop, part shoe gallery, Deadstock Coffee is a stylish haven where sneakerheads and coffee enthusiasts converge. Like the latte you’re sipping (with the sneaker stenciled on the foam)? Buy some freshly roasted Deadstock beans to take home. And thanks to the fact that
Nike and Adidas HQs are in Portland’s backyard, you can find some pretty sweet (and sometimes rare) kicks.
Address: 1026 SW Stark Street, Portland, OR 97205
Stumptown Coffee Roasters is a coffee roaster and retailer based in Portland, Oregon. The chain's flagship café and roastery opened in 1999. Three other cafes, a roastery and a tasting annex have since opened in Portland, as well as locations in Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New Orleans.
Address: 813 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205
A group of really cool people who love good company, great coffee, and the smell of freshly roasted beans. Good Coffee lives up to its name by offering imaginative coffee creations, such as their lavender matcha latte, and innovative breakfast go-to's like their French fry vegan burritos.
Address: 1028 SE Water Ave. Portland, OR 97214
Seizing the moment in 2009, WAC purchased a vintage, French-built 1974 Samiac roaster from a company in Switzerland and set about building a new business around it. Having dozens of years of experience in training and consulting in the specialty coffee industry, Bruce and Matt saw a great opportunity to develop and showcase a retail and roasting business in the same building as the American Barista & Coffee School and share with new Water Avenue Coffee customers the decades of combined experience to offer an unsurpassed level of support.
Address: 537 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Colorful and artsy coffee bar with an extensive respect for coffee, herbs, and wildflowers. Follow the bright neon sign and pastel packaging to take home a bag of beans with an enamel prize in every blend.
Address: 501 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
St. Honoré opens up their doors bright and early to let that freshly baked pastry and ground coffee scent drift into the streets of Portland. Luring in downtown dwellers and guests alike, start your morning off right with honey-glazed croissants, soft baguettes, or French macarons.
Address: 98 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland, OR 97204
Easily accessible from downtown, Tom McCall Waterfront Park runs adjacent to the Willamette River and is often bustling with joggers, cyclists, picnickers, and others who want to enjoy the fresh air and the water. You definitely do not want to miss it in the spring, when the park’s numerous cherry trees absolutely explode with blossoms — it’s a sight to behold.
Address: 4000 SW Fairview Blvd, Portland, OR 97221
With twelve miles of both relaxing and challenging hiking trails winding through 189-acres, Washington Park’s Hoyt Arboretum provides access to a globally diverse landscape, from stands of stately redwoods to groves of flowering dogwoods and cherries, exhibiting many rare and threatened species along the way.
Address: 400 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Located in Washington Park, the International Rose Test Garden is home to over 10,000 rose bushes of approximately 650 varieties. Visit between April and October to see the blooms, with the peak happening around June. Take a peaceful and fragrant stroll through the rows and forget your cares. Enjoy the unbeatable skyline view or snap some amazing floral selfies.
Address: 4099 NW Thurman Street, Portland, OR 97205
At 5,200-acres, Forest Park is the largest urban park in the country and is a gorgeous, forested oasis alongside the city. Forest Park’s extensive system of trails, fire lanes and gravel roads provide excellent accessible opportunities for hiking, walking, running, and simply escaping the urban atmosphere. You’ll be amazed at the lush canopy of deep forest and ferns, wildlife and birdsong, just minutes from downtown.
Address: 6220 SE Salmon Street, Portland, OR 97215
This large, forested park covers an extinct volcano with tennis courts, a playground & 360-degree views. Portland’s historic water reservoirs on Mount Tabor are still maintained and a local favorite pastime to enjoy as reflective pools.
Address: 4033 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR 97221
Washington Park is an urban park that includes the Oregon Zoo, World Forestry Center, Hoyt Arboretum, Portland Children's Museum, Rose Test Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, amphitheater, memorials, archery range, tennis courts, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and many acres of tranquil wild forest with miles of trails for hiking. It’s easily accessible via either car or the Max from downtown.
Address: 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is one of the nation's leading science centers and a featured attraction located along Portland’s waterfront. Lean back and gaze upon the milky way in their planetarium, practice chemistry in their lab, sink down into their submarine, or tour one of their many rotating exhibits.
Address: 1219 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97205
The Portland Art Museum's mission is to engage and enrich diverse communities through the presentation, interpretation, and conservation of art and film. Take an afternoon to admire fine art and sculpture, then discuss and gather at the café behind the museum.
Address: 426 SE. Grand Ave., Portland, OR 97214
Next Adventure is Portland's alternative outdoor store. Find the best selection of apparel, climbing, kayaking, paddling, snowboarding, skiing, hiking and camping gear as well as rentals for all of your outdoor activities.
Address: 624 SE. 7th Ave., Portland, OR 97214
Local outpost specializing in sales & rental of gear for paddle sports such as kayaking & rafting. Strap on a life jacket then paddle down the Willamette River. Examine the bridges from underneath, wave at the sailboats cruising by, and admire the city of Portland from the water.
Address: 117 NW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97204
A full-service bike shop that also offers rentals, repairs, and awesome themed tours of the city, Cycle Portland is a must if you’re inclined to push the pedals in PDX. Show up hungry and take the Foodie Field Trip tour, which spans 7-8 miles and hits several local hotspots, or rent a set of wheels and set out on your own path — they have everything from easy-going e-bikes to uber-hip single speeds.
Address: 910 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
BurnCycle is a local fitness favorite — a signature 45-minute indoor cycling workout that incorporates drills to target your entire body. They’re all about community and positivity, so show up for this low-impact, high-intensity workout with a smile on your face, and you’ll be met with endless words of encouragement, and you’ll leave feeling like a million bucks — body and soul.
Address: 115 NW 5th Ave., Portland, OR 97204
Welcome to the West Coast’s premier retro arcade, with two stories of classic video games, pinball machines, a full bar, yummy eats, and live music. Play Atari and Nintendo Classic games from your youth while you snack on Frito pie and sip Montucky Cold Snacks. And if you’re lucky, you may even get to take part in a pinball tournament with some serious paddle pros.
Address: 1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209
A remodeled evangelical mission theater owned by Portland’s favorite restaurant chain, McMenamins (pronounced mehk·meh·nuh·mehnz, try saying that five times fast). Munch on crispy Cajun tater tots and sip on a rich and malty dark beer while viewing entertaining shows.
Address: 220 SW 1st Ave., Portland, OR 97204
With a clean, light-filled, and modern design, Serra Cannabis is easy and comfortable to navigate and makes it easy for newbies to cannabis to shop. Just fill out a Feelings card to help you express what kind of experience you’d like to have with your cannabis (relaxed, focused, creative, happy, energetic, or relief), and a guide will help you choose the appropriate strain to suit your needs.
Address: 3315 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
House of Vintage is like no other vintage shop or thrift store you’ve ever visited. Rather than a house, it’s more like a small city full of quirky vintage clothes, housewares, furniture, and knick-knacks — some new items, as well. A collective of over 60 dealers within the 13,000 square feet, you can easily spend an entire day simply getting lost in the various rooms, just playing dress-up — and doing so just might be the perfect rainy-day activity.
Address: 3158 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214
Founded in 1969 and the oldest record store in the Pacific Northwest, Music Millennium specializes in mostly underground music and homegrown Portland talents. Aside from hard-to-find vinyl and the latest new releases, you can also catch in-store performances at the shop from time to time.
Address: 412 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
A local record label that’s also a local handmade goods shop — how very Portland! We dare you to walk into the boutique without uttering the word “cute” at least once; full of handmade jewelry, baby items and stuffies adorned with cheerful faces, intricately illustrated prints, apparel, candles and other housewares — we also dare you to leave without buying anything.
Address: 404 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
WILDFANG is a whole mood. A female-founded, women-run clothing and lifestyle shop, Wildfang makes undeniably stylish clothes for gender-non-conforming womxn and tomboys. The Portland flagship store has a wall where you can carve your name and permanently make your mark, like the boss that you are!
Address: 627 SW 19th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Hip merchant offering Portland-branded T-shirts, accessories and hats for all genders, plus souvenirs. Take home a piece of that PDX carpeting, rock the roses on your sleeves, and show off your downtown drapery.
Address: 403 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Modern boutique with independent-designer tops, pants, knits, shoes & accessories for all genders. Pick up a stylish hat, rugby shorts with expressive patch designs, and even some tasteful home décor!
If you are having a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately.
Address: 622 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205
A full-service pharmacy and convenience store.
Address: 202 NW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Make an appointment online or walk-in.