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Portland is known far and wide for its special food and drink scene, as well as for the outdoors — some of the most sought after in the Pacific Northwest. Check out our faves below.
As you plan future trips, please double check with the featured businesses' websites as, given safety measures in place and state regulations, hours and operations may be affected.
Defined by the roaring wood-fired hearth on display in the open kitchen and a downstairs wood-fired smoker, Bullard worships at the pedestal of smoke and fire in homage to classic Texas cooking, coupled with fun riffs on traditions, hispanic influences, and Chef Adams’ signature light-handed and modern approach to crave-worthy comfort food.
Toki is the new vision from Han Oak’s Peter Cho and Sun Young Park. They serve everything from to-go brunch on weekends, offering items like pork belly breakfast sandwiches served on bao buns to boxes of doughnuts covered in passion fruit.
Casual, delicious Middle Eastern restaurant serving creative classics from kebabs to shawarma bowls.
Grab fresh salads, soups, beverages and more to-go when you're prepping for a day of exploration.
Enjoy meticulously crafted bowls of fresh pasta, traditional and seasonal salads, delicious appetizers and tasty cocktails.
Get your sammie fix here. Lardo uses old-world techniques and contemporary flourishes to craft a menu that featuring delicacies like pork drenched double burgers, giant meatball Banh Mi's, and hand-cut french fries (again) smothered in pork. Don't worry, they have plenty of beer to wash it down with.
Bamboo Sushi is a certified sustainable sushi restaurant (and a Portland staple) offering the freshest fish, meats, and produce.
Soak in a classic Portland scene and grab food from a delectable array of local food carts. From Whole Bowl to Olympic Provisions and Fried Egg with Love - making up your mind is the only hard part.
A Rose City icon, Petunia's is an entirely gluten-free and vegan bakery that also serves lunch/dinner items and craft cocktails.
Channel your inner kid and grab a campfire classic from 1927 S'mores. The cabin-inspired shop decor combined with sumptuous treats will make you feel cozy inside and out.
Visit this handmade chocolate manufactory and cafe to stock up on artisan bites.
With wild creations like Pimento Cheese and Pink Lemonade donuts, Fill's in a must-try Portland affair.
Abigail Hall is an intimate, living room-style bar. It’s a comfortable gathering space with a menu to suit all palates and makes everyone feel relaxed and at home.
Insanely loaded taps, a rooftop patio and refined brewhouse staples make up the Oregon favorite that is 10 Barrel.
Founded in Bend, Deschutes is a hub for classic brews and bar food.
From smothered tater tots to burgers, sandwiches and plenty of beer - Backwoods is the perfect post-adventure pit stop.
Check out this pho slinging, fish sauce cooking, cocktail pouring Portland Vietnamese food gem, you won't be disappointed.
Choose from a mind blowing selection of whiskey's from around the world and soak in the classic leather-bound atmosphere.
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.
A wine, beer, spirits purveyor located downtown, Proof has a vast selection with a number of unique and locally sourced items, and super friendly, always helpful staff.
Located in the lobby of the hotel, Good Coffee has you covered for all your coffee and matcha needs.
Whether you’re craving an oat milk latte or an original cold brew, world-famous Stumptown has got you covered. Get caffeinated at one of the Scandinavian modern tables and work at your laptop, or grab a seat by the window while you sip your spicy Smith chai and do some serious downtown people watching.
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Easily accessible to 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.
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.
International Rose Test Garden
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.
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.
Laurelhurst Park is a peaceful, wooded, 26.81-acre city park in Southeast Portland’s Laurelhurst neighborhood. A paved walk runs around the perimeter of the park, perfect for walkers and joggers, and a large, grassy expanse is ideal for picnics and kids. Arguably the park’s most popular feature is the duck pond, with a resident cast of ducks, geese, fish and turtles.
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 Max from downtown.
Lan Su Chinese Garden
Take in this beautiful botanical creative wonder. The garden creates an inspiring experience based on a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that melds art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony.
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 a number of 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.
Check out this weekly market featuring over 252 booths and showcasing a variety of arts & crafts sold by local Pacific Northwest artisans.
Wander through a labyrinth of incredible reads at the world famous Powell's Bookstore.
Make your outdoor gear dreams come true at Columbia's flagship store.
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: 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.
A custom floral design studio and plant shop, Colibri is full of exposed wood and feels like a tiny peaceful jungle. Step inside and buy the Monstera you always dreamed about, and check out the beautiful, reverently curated culinary tools and barware. It may feel like a magazine shoot, but that swizzle stick can look that good in your house, too!
Tender Loving Empire
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: 916 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209
A scent development lab that dispenses their experimental scents into high-quality candles, lotions, soaps, and more, MAAK Lab is hard to describe — apothecary, workshop, fragrance developer — all we know is that their signature soaps smell AMAZING. We like waking up and showering with the Coffee Bar, which is actually made with coffee and espresso beans.
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A full service pharmacy and convenience store.
Make an appointment online or walk-in.