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Guidebook for Portland

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Guidebook for Portland

Drinks & Nightlife
Local music, low key, great place to meet a friend​
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The Muddy Rudder Public House
8105 SE 7th Ave
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Local music, low key, great place to meet a friend​
The Portland Spirit is our flagship: a 150' yacht with three public decks, two of which are enclosed and climate controlled. We have seating for 340 guests on the two interior decks for a plated meal cruise and capacity for 450 guests for a reception. The Portland Spirit features delicious Northwest cuisine prepared to order in our on-board galley, full service bars with a vast wine selection, grand pianos and a singing wait staff,a ship-wide sound system, and a marble dance floor.
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Portland Spirit Cruises and Events
110 Southeast Caruthers Street
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The Portland Spirit is our flagship: a 150' yacht with three public decks, two of which are enclosed and climate controlled. We have seating for 340 guests on the two interior decks for a plated meal cruise and capacity for 450 guests for a reception. The Portland Spirit features delicious Northwest cuisine prepared to order in our on-board galley, full service bars with a vast wine selection, grand pianos and a singing wait staff,a ship-wide sound system, and a marble dance floor.
Portland, Oregon has more breweries per capita than any other city in the world, and yet it does not have a signature beer hall to celebrate the tremendous tradition of Oregon Craft Brewing. The craft brewing movement may have officially started in a neighboring state but it is universally acknowledged that Oregon redefined the craft brewing movement and established itself as the capital of American brewing since the late 1980s. The Loyal Legion’s sole purpose is to celebrate the Oregon Craft Brewing tradition.
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Loyal Legion
710 SE 6th Ave
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Portland, Oregon has more breweries per capita than any other city in the world, and yet it does not have a signature beer hall to celebrate the tremendous tradition of Oregon Craft Brewing. The craft brewing movement may have officially started in a neighboring state but it is universally acknowledged that Oregon redefined the craft brewing movement and established itself as the capital of American brewing since the late 1980s. The Loyal Legion’s sole purpose is to celebrate the Oregon Craft Brewing tradition.
With its emerald-tiled bar back and forest-glade stained glass skylight, the Multnomah Whiskey Library’s kryptonite-hued waiting room could slay Superman with its good looks. You’ll drink in the cush environs before you take a single sip of the house’s roster of stiff but balanced cocktails, served by a cadre of crisp-tongued servers not shy with the recommendations. Recent hits: Kyushu Fling’s sweet bubble-tang of Prosecco and shochu blended with port reduction and a whisper of Violette, or the medicinal bite of Sardinian myrtlewood liqueur lending interest to a big-cubed glass of Old Grand-Dad Bonded and Fino sherry. (The crunch of the Green Room’s bourbon caramel corn goes with everything
The Green Room
1122 SW Alder St
With its emerald-tiled bar back and forest-glade stained glass skylight, the Multnomah Whiskey Library’s kryptonite-hued waiting room could slay Superman with its good looks. You’ll drink in the cush environs before you take a single sip of the house’s roster of stiff but balanced cocktails, served by a cadre of crisp-tongued servers not shy with the recommendations. Recent hits: Kyushu Fling’s sweet bubble-tang of Prosecco and shochu blended with port reduction and a whisper of Violette, or the medicinal bite of Sardinian myrtlewood liqueur lending interest to a big-cubed glass of Old Grand-Dad Bonded and Fino sherry. (The crunch of the Green Room’s bourbon caramel corn goes with everything
Portland’s Lightning Bar Collective sure knows how to make locals swoon. The cooperative is behind Dig a Pony, Sweet Hereafter, Bye & Bye, and now NoPo’s charming Victoria, which feels like an older sibling to those joints: out with the mason jars, in with the delicate hobnail lamps. The roomy space brims with lovely details—distressed wooden benches, a hulking painting of the Lusitania, an Astroturfed patio. Even sweeter: bartender Lisa Hare mixes a roster of cocktails riffing on, yes, The Princess Bride. Try the tequila-based, cardamom-accented Inigo Montoya or the citrusy, IPA-spiked Six-Fingered Man. New Orleans–inspired fare, much of it vegan, emerges on china your grandma would love..
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Victoria Bar
4835 North Albina Avenue
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Portland’s Lightning Bar Collective sure knows how to make locals swoon. The cooperative is behind Dig a Pony, Sweet Hereafter, Bye & Bye, and now NoPo’s charming Victoria, which feels like an older sibling to those joints: out with the mason jars, in with the delicate hobnail lamps. The roomy space brims with lovely details—distressed wooden benches, a hulking painting of the Lusitania, an Astroturfed patio. Even sweeter: bartender Lisa Hare mixes a roster of cocktails riffing on, yes, The Princess Bride. Try the tequila-based, cardamom-accented Inigo Montoya or the citrusy, IPA-spiked Six-Fingered Man. New Orleans–inspired fare, much of it vegan, emerges on china your grandma would love..
Food Scene
Located in the historic Benson Hotel in the heart of Portland, guests enter a world of shimmering candlelight, live flamenco guitar music 7 nights a week, and the palpable anticipation of a very special dining experience, including the attentive tableside service that is the El Gaucho hallmark. Join us for happy hour, dinner service, a special event and exceptional private dining. Our premium and classically appointed Cigar Lounge is open nightly and features flat-screen TV’s to watch your favorite teams. Full menu is available, along with high-end spirits, and top-notch cigars. Seats 25.https://elgaucho.com/dine/portland/
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El Gaucho Portland
319 Southwest Broadway
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Located in the historic Benson Hotel in the heart of Portland, guests enter a world of shimmering candlelight, live flamenco guitar music 7 nights a week, and the palpable anticipation of a very special dining experience, including the attentive tableside service that is the El Gaucho hallmark. Join us for happy hour, dinner service, a special event and exceptional private dining. Our premium and classically appointed Cigar Lounge is open nightly and features flat-screen TV’s to watch your favorite teams. Full menu is available, along with high-end spirits, and top-notch cigars. Seats 25.https://elgaucho.com/dine/portland/
Voodoo Doughnut in Portland Oregon, Eugene Oregon, Denver Colorado and now Austin Texas, was the brain child of Kenneth "Cat Daddy" Pogson and Tres Shannon who had been friends for a while. They always wanted to start a business together. Something that would fit into an extraordinary Portland Oregon business climate. Something fun, different, and one for the ages. After much searching under rocks, tequilas, and women's blouses, they found what they were looking for... doughnuts!! Cat Daddy with his stunningly brilliant business sense, and Tres with his seemingly endless supply of connections, set forth to conquer Old Town, Portland Oregon, and the world with the Doughnut!! After a meeting
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Voodoo Doughnut - Old Town
22 Southwest 3rd Avenue
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Voodoo Doughnut in Portland Oregon, Eugene Oregon, Denver Colorado and now Austin Texas, was the brain child of Kenneth "Cat Daddy" Pogson and Tres Shannon who had been friends for a while. They always wanted to start a business together. Something that would fit into an extraordinary Portland Oregon business climate. Something fun, different, and one for the ages. After much searching under rocks, tequilas, and women's blouses, they found what they were looking for... doughnuts!! Cat Daddy with his stunningly brilliant business sense, and Tres with his seemingly endless supply of connections, set forth to conquer Old Town, Portland Oregon, and the world with the Doughnut!! After a meeting
One of the most different, creative and fun meals I've had. A 2015 James Beard nod WELL deserved. MUST TRYS: - Herring under a Fur Coat: other than how beautifully presented it is, no description will do the interesting taste combinations justice. If you like beets you'll definitely like this. - Lemon-cured Salmon Caviar: They cure it in house, so the price is really good, and it tastes great with the mini pancakes, butter, bread etc served with it. - Farmer's Cheese Dumplings (Tvorog Vareniki): It has scallions and a wonderful "sour cream like" sauce on top. It reminded me of my favorite NYC late night pierogis but MUCH MUCH better. - Meat Dumplings (Siberian Pelmeni) - these have a bi
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Kachka
960 Southeast Grand Avenue
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One of the most different, creative and fun meals I've had. A 2015 James Beard nod WELL deserved. MUST TRYS: - Herring under a Fur Coat: other than how beautifully presented it is, no description will do the interesting taste combinations justice. If you like beets you'll definitely like this. - Lemon-cured Salmon Caviar: They cure it in house, so the price is really good, and it tastes great with the mini pancakes, butter, bread etc served with it. - Farmer's Cheese Dumplings (Tvorog Vareniki): It has scallions and a wonderful "sour cream like" sauce on top. It reminded me of my favorite NYC late night pierogis but MUCH MUCH better. - Meat Dumplings (Siberian Pelmeni) - these have a bi
For millennia, Peru’s native peoples drew culinary inspiration from the country’s diverse regional ecologies. From Peru’s bountiful Pacific waters to the peaks and valleys of the Andes and the Amazon jungle basin, every region, every people, had their own traditions, recipes, tonics and techniques. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Spain made Peru the political seat of its New World colonies. Spanish aristocracy populated the valleys of coastal Peru, primarily settling in the area now known as Lima. The Peruvian diet shifted dramatically to accommodate Spanish ingredients, recipes and traditions, including those of the Moorish Arabs who had occupied Spain and North Africa for the nearly seven
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Andina
1314 NW Glisan St
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For millennia, Peru’s native peoples drew culinary inspiration from the country’s diverse regional ecologies. From Peru’s bountiful Pacific waters to the peaks and valleys of the Andes and the Amazon jungle basin, every region, every people, had their own traditions, recipes, tonics and techniques. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Spain made Peru the political seat of its New World colonies. Spanish aristocracy populated the valleys of coastal Peru, primarily settling in the area now known as Lima. The Peruvian diet shifted dramatically to accommodate Spanish ingredients, recipes and traditions, including those of the Moorish Arabs who had occupied Spain and North Africa for the nearly seven
Screen Door presents a celebration of Southern cuisine from the quintessential hearty fare to the everyday foods gathered fresh from the garden. Central to our concept is weaving the rich bounty of local fresh produce found here in the Northwest into our menu. Screen Door’s menu is a survey of the south, from South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine to soul food and Cajun one-pot cookery to the refined Creole and French preparations found in New Orleans. We explore all methodologies and preparations from the historical to the modern and from the rudimentary to the refined. At Screen Door we serve local and organic produce and meats everyday. Screen Door is a part of maintaining the connection be
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Screen Door
2337 East Burnside Street
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Screen Door presents a celebration of Southern cuisine from the quintessential hearty fare to the everyday foods gathered fresh from the garden. Central to our concept is weaving the rich bounty of local fresh produce found here in the Northwest into our menu. Screen Door’s menu is a survey of the south, from South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine to soul food and Cajun one-pot cookery to the refined Creole and French preparations found in New Orleans. We explore all methodologies and preparations from the historical to the modern and from the rudimentary to the refined. At Screen Door we serve local and organic produce and meats everyday. Screen Door is a part of maintaining the connection be
Paley’s Place offers Pacific Northwest Bistro Fare using local & sustainable seasonal products, served in the warm and inviting setting of a Victorian home. As the 2005 winner of the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Northwest and recent victor on Food Network’s popular series Iron Chef America, Vitaly Paley creates seasonal menus from the bounty of the Northwest – fresh ingredients supplied by local farmers, growers and purveyors – with French and Russian influences. Co-owner Kimberly Paley oversees the front of the house, and together with General Manager Stevie Walsh, curates the list of wines featuring an extensive selection of Oregon Pinot Noir. The weekly “Wine Wednesday” tast
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Paley's Place Bistro & Bar
1204 Northwest 21st Avenue
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Paley’s Place offers Pacific Northwest Bistro Fare using local & sustainable seasonal products, served in the warm and inviting setting of a Victorian home. As the 2005 winner of the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Northwest and recent victor on Food Network’s popular series Iron Chef America, Vitaly Paley creates seasonal menus from the bounty of the Northwest – fresh ingredients supplied by local farmers, growers and purveyors – with French and Russian influences. Co-owner Kimberly Paley oversees the front of the house, and together with General Manager Stevie Walsh, curates the list of wines featuring an extensive selection of Oregon Pinot Noir. The weekly “Wine Wednesday” tast
Parks & Nature
Timberline offers the longest ski season in North America. The winter season typically begins early to mid-November and continues through Memorial Day. Our Palmer Express high-speed quad lift allows us to operate later into the summer season than anyone else (usually June 1st through Labor Day). Many years, we’re open for fall skiing as well (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in September and October snow permitting). The Palmer lift operates in the spring and summer seasons only. During the winter months, we offer snowcat rides to the top of Palmer for snowcat skiing and riding when weather permits. VERTICALTimberline boasts the Northwest’s lhttp://www.timberlinelodge.com/lift-tickets-passes/
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Timberline Lodge and Ski Area
27500 E Timberline Road
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Timberline offers the longest ski season in North America. The winter season typically begins early to mid-November and continues through Memorial Day. Our Palmer Express high-speed quad lift allows us to operate later into the summer season than anyone else (usually June 1st through Labor Day). Many years, we’re open for fall skiing as well (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in September and October snow permitting). The Palmer lift operates in the spring and summer seasons only. During the winter months, we offer snowcat rides to the top of Palmer for snowcat skiing and riding when weather permits. VERTICALTimberline boasts the Northwest’s lhttp://www.timberlinelodge.com/lift-tickets-passes/
Zoo's popular light display is bigger than ever — here's how to make the most of it ZooLights is back! The Oregon Zoo's walk-through winter wonderland of more than 1.6 million colored lights, presented by the Oregon College Savings Plan and Banfield Pet Hospital, opens for the season Nov. 25 and it's more popular than ever. Over the past five years, nearly a million visitors have strolled through the forests of lighted trees, been dazzled by life-size illuminated animal silhouettes and ridden the light-bedecked zoo trains. "Attendance has been off the charts the past several years," said Ivan Ratcliff, the zoo's guest services manager. This year marks the 29th ZooLights for Ratcliff, who
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Oregon Zoo
4001 Southwest Canyon Road
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Zoo's popular light display is bigger than ever — here's how to make the most of it ZooLights is back! The Oregon Zoo's walk-through winter wonderland of more than 1.6 million colored lights, presented by the Oregon College Savings Plan and Banfield Pet Hospital, opens for the season Nov. 25 and it's more popular than ever. Over the past five years, nearly a million visitors have strolled through the forests of lighted trees, been dazzled by life-size illuminated animal silhouettes and ridden the light-bedecked zoo trains. "Attendance has been off the charts the past several years," said Ivan Ratcliff, the zoo's guest services manager. This year marks the 29th ZooLights for Ratcliff, who
Multnomah Falls is a waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, located east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, along the Historic Columbia River Highway. The falls drops in two major steps, split into an upper falls of 542 feet (165 m) and a lower falls of 69 feet (21 m), with a gradual 9 foot (3 m) drop in elevation between the two, so the total height of the waterfall is conventionally given as 620 feet (189 m). Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in the state of Oregon. It is credited by a sign at the site of the falls, and by the United States Forest Service, as the second tallest year-round waterfall in the United States.[1]However, there is some skepticism s
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Multnomah Falls
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Multnomah Falls is a waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, located east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, along the Historic Columbia River Highway. The falls drops in two major steps, split into an upper falls of 542 feet (165 m) and a lower falls of 69 feet (21 m), with a gradual 9 foot (3 m) drop in elevation between the two, so the total height of the waterfall is conventionally given as 620 feet (189 m). Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in the state of Oregon. It is credited by a sign at the site of the falls, and by the United States Forest Service, as the second tallest year-round waterfall in the United States.[1]However, there is some skepticism s
Portland's Japanese Garden is located on the grounds of an old zoo. Though covering an area less than six acres, the gardens are so beautifully laid out in a variety of styles that they offer a uniquely peaceful environment for visitors. Garden spaces include the picture-like Flat Garden, the Strolling Pond Garden, and the zen-focused Sand and Stone Garden, among others. There's also a lovely ceremonial teahouse.
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Portland Japanese Garden
611 Southwest Kingston Avenue
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Portland's Japanese Garden is located on the grounds of an old zoo. Though covering an area less than six acres, the gardens are so beautifully laid out in a variety of styles that they offer a uniquely peaceful environment for visitors. Garden spaces include the picture-like Flat Garden, the Strolling Pond Garden, and the zen-focused Sand and Stone Garden, among others. There's also a lovely ceremonial teahouse.
Sightseeing
Just west of downtown Portland, this grand home was built in 1914 by Henry Pittock - founder of the Oregonian newspaper. Pittock lived here for only five years until his death in 1919 at the age of 80. The house, set for demolition in the 1960s, brought the community together as they persuaded the City of Portland to purchase the home. Through private fundraising the mansion was restored to its full glory, and it is because of the forward thinking of local residents that visitors have a chance to tour this impressive and eclectic home today. Especially for its day, the Pittock Mansion had many impressive features including a central vacuum system, intercoms, and indirect lighting. The home
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Pittock Mansion
3229 Northwest Pittock Drive
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Just west of downtown Portland, this grand home was built in 1914 by Henry Pittock - founder of the Oregonian newspaper. Pittock lived here for only five years until his death in 1919 at the age of 80. The house, set for demolition in the 1960s, brought the community together as they persuaded the City of Portland to purchase the home. Through private fundraising the mansion was restored to its full glory, and it is because of the forward thinking of local residents that visitors have a chance to tour this impressive and eclectic home today. Especially for its day, the Pittock Mansion had many impressive features including a central vacuum system, intercoms, and indirect lighting. The home
The Rose Test Garden in Portland's Washington Park was founded in 1917 and is the oldest continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States. Developing new rose varieties and even miniatures, the grounds are divided up into several sections with many interesting plants and spaces to explore. Award winners are planted in what is known as the Gold Medal Garden, which also features a lovely gazebo. It's best to visit during the late spring bloom. Another lovely Portland rose garden - Peninsula Park Rose Garden - is set in a sunken landscape on the other side of the river.
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International Rose Test Garden
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The Rose Test Garden in Portland's Washington Park was founded in 1917 and is the oldest continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States. Developing new rose varieties and even miniatures, the grounds are divided up into several sections with many interesting plants and spaces to explore. Award winners are planted in what is known as the Gold Medal Garden, which also features a lovely gazebo. It's best to visit during the late spring bloom. Another lovely Portland rose garden - Peninsula Park Rose Garden - is set in a sunken landscape on the other side of the river.
Waterfront Park lines the west bank of the Willamette. The parklands and its riverfront trails start at the Portland Steel Bridge in the north. Continuing south along the river, it passes Skidmore Fountain where a colorful Saturday market is held. Further sightseeing near the park includes the Oregon Maritime Museum, fittingly housed in the sternwheeler Portland, and boats that offer dinner cruises along the waterway.
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Waterfront Park Trail
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Waterfront Park lines the west bank of the Willamette. The parklands and its riverfront trails start at the Portland Steel Bridge in the north. Continuing south along the river, it passes Skidmore Fountain where a colorful Saturday market is held. Further sightseeing near the park includes the Oregon Maritime Museum, fittingly housed in the sternwheeler Portland, and boats that offer dinner cruises along the waterway.
The Annual Membership is $12 per month with annual commitment, and includes unlimited rides and 90 minutes of ride time per day. If you want to ride for longer than 90 minutes in a day, it’s only an additional 10 cents per minute. Annual Members can take out up to 4 bikes at a time. The first bike counts toward your membership plan. Each additional bike is billed at $6 per hour (prorated), and does not count toward the plan's ride time. Account holders are responsible for any fees incurred.
BIKETOWN
718-732 SW 3rd Ave
The Annual Membership is $12 per month with annual commitment, and includes unlimited rides and 90 minutes of ride time per day. If you want to ride for longer than 90 minutes in a day, it’s only an additional 10 cents per minute. Annual Members can take out up to 4 bikes at a time. The first bike counts toward your membership plan. Each additional bike is billed at $6 per hour (prorated), and does not count toward the plan's ride time. Account holders are responsible for any fees incurred.
Shopping
Bibliophiles will love exploring more than a million books at this legendary used bookstore. Shelves mix new titles with used copies for a slightly haphazard but welcoming feel. This shop on Burnside is one of a number of the independent chain's locations in Portland.
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Powell's City of Books
1005 West Burnside Street
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Bibliophiles will love exploring more than a million books at this legendary used bookstore. Shelves mix new titles with used copies for a slightly haphazard but welcoming feel. This shop on Burnside is one of a number of the independent chain's locations in Portland.
Large shopping center with a variety of department stores, specialty shops & food options. Address: 9585 SW Washington Square Rd, Portland, OR 97223 Phone:(503) 639-8860 Hours: Open today · 10AM–8PMhttp://www.shopwashingtonsquare.com/Directory
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Washington Square
9585 Southwest Washington Square Road
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Large shopping center with a variety of department stores, specialty shops & food options. Address: 9585 SW Washington Square Rd, Portland, OR 97223 Phone:(503) 639-8860 Hours: Open today · 10AM–8PMhttp://www.shopwashingtonsquare.com/Directory
Chain known for unique gadgets, gifts & lifestyle items, such as electronics & travel accessories. Address: 700 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 Phone:(503) 228-5800 Hours: Open today · 11AM–6pm www.pioneerplace.com/en.html
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Pioneer Place
700 Southwest 5th Avenue
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Chain known for unique gadgets, gifts & lifestyle items, such as electronics & travel accessories. Address: 700 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204 Phone:(503) 228-5800 Hours: Open today · 11AM–6pm www.pioneerplace.com/en.html
Outdoor shopping complex featuring entertainment, high-end retailers & sit-down & casual dining. Address: 7455 SW Bridgeport Rd, Portland, OR 97224 Phone:(503) 968-1704 Hours: Open today · 11AM–7PM
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Bridgeport Village
7455 Southwest Bridgeport Road
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Outdoor shopping complex featuring entertainment, high-end retailers & sit-down & casual dining. Address: 7455 SW Bridgeport Rd, Portland, OR 97224 Phone:(503) 968-1704 Hours: Open today · 11AM–7PM
Longtime retail chain for groceries, apparel & furniture, plus toys, electronics, housewares & more. Address: 7555 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR 97219 Phone:(503) 452-3000 Hours: Open today · 7AM–11PM · See more hours Departments: Fred Meyer Garden Center, Fred Meyer Pharmacy
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Fred Meyer
7555 Southwest Barbur Boulevard
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Longtime retail chain for groceries, apparel & furniture, plus toys, electronics, housewares & more. Address: 7555 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR 97219 Phone:(503) 452-3000 Hours: Open today · 7AM–11PM · See more hours Departments: Fred Meyer Garden Center, Fred Meyer Pharmacy
Arts & Culture
The seventh oldest museum in the United States, the Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and has since amassed a substantial and varied collection. The number of items exceeds 42,000 and only a small portion is displayed in more than 112,000 square feet of gallery space. Highlights include Native American artifacts, graphic arts, English silver, Asian art, photography, and Northwest art. One of the Portland Art Museum's most notable pieces is Vincent Van Gogh's Cart with Black Ox. Also part of the museum is the Northwest Film Center School of Art and the visual-arts focused Crumpacker Family Library.
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Portland Art Museum
1219 Southwest Park Avenue
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The seventh oldest museum in the United States, the Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and has since amassed a substantial and varied collection. The number of items exceeds 42,000 and only a small portion is displayed in more than 112,000 square feet of gallery space. Highlights include Native American artifacts, graphic arts, English silver, Asian art, photography, and Northwest art. One of the Portland Art Museum's most notable pieces is Vincent Van Gogh's Cart with Black Ox. Also part of the museum is the Northwest Film Center School of Art and the visual-arts focused Crumpacker Family Library.
The OMSI complex in Portland includes a theater with four-story screen, a planetarium, a US Navy submarine, and educational hands-on displays. Among the galleries, visitors will find colorful, entertaining, and educational exhibits for young children, as well as hands-on and interactive displays for all ages. Some of the fields covered may include energy, the environment, health, chemistry, engineering, and technology. Docked just outside the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is the USS Blueback, a non-nuclear submarine which was in use for over 30 years. This submarine was featured in the movie Hunt for Red October. Today visitors can climb aboard for a guided tour.
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OMSI
1945 Southeast Water Avenue
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The OMSI complex in Portland includes a theater with four-story screen, a planetarium, a US Navy submarine, and educational hands-on displays. Among the galleries, visitors will find colorful, entertaining, and educational exhibits for young children, as well as hands-on and interactive displays for all ages. Some of the fields covered may include energy, the environment, health, chemistry, engineering, and technology. Docked just outside the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is the USS Blueback, a non-nuclear submarine which was in use for over 30 years. This submarine was featured in the movie Hunt for Red October. Today visitors can climb aboard for a guided tour.
Entertainment & Activities
Portland'5 Center for the Arts Schnitzer, Winningstad, Keller, Newmark, and Brunish http://www.portland5.com/keller-auditorium
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Keller Auditorium
222 Southwest Clay Street
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Portland'5 Center for the Arts Schnitzer, Winningstad, Keller, Newmark, and Brunish http://www.portland5.com/keller-auditorium