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  • Picnic Basket

    This charming shop stocks 97 flavors of saltwater taffy. More
  • Pioneer Courthouse Square

    “Keep Portland Weird” read bumper stickers around town. Spend any time in Pioneer Courthouse Square and you'll find that it's ground zero for the a... More
  • Pix Pâtisserie

    Situated in southeast Portland, this bakery is the namesake of French-trained pastry chef Cheryl Wakerhauser, known to her friends as Pix. Now one ... More
  • Portland Art Museum

    Since the construction in 2005 of a new wing, the Pacific Northwest’s oldest art museum has really become two facilities in one. In the original bu... More
  • Portland Center Stage

    The theater is housed in the LEED-certified Platinum Armory building. More
  • Portland Classical Chinese Garden

    Plenty of passersby walk by this tranquil sanctuary (which was built in 2000 atop a parking lot) without even noticing it’s there; one doesn’t expe... More
  • Portland Farmers' Market

    The Spread: Portland ranks No. 2 for farmers' markets in our America's Favorite Cities Survey, and this Saturday hot spot is the epicenter for Oreg... More
  • Portland Japanese Garden

    Five gardens—Flat, Strolling Pond, Natural, Tea, and Sand & Stone—span 5.5 acres of this Japanese garden located near the Rose Gardens in Washingto... More
  • Portland Jazz Festival

    Created by PDX Jazz, the US Bank Portland Jazz Festival showcases local and Pacific Northwest jazz talent as well as widely known musicians and sin... More
  • Portland Opera

    The Portland Opera is known for presenting not only supertitled operas but also Broadway shows on tour. Additionally, their creative and skillfully... More
  • Portland Saturday Market

    On Saturdays—and, despite the name, Sundays from March through late December—the nation’s largest ongoing outdoor arts and crafts market unfolds be... More
  • Powell's City of Books

    Portland’s iconic, much-loved bookshop sprawls across nine cavernous rooms, taking up a full city block. From a merchandising perspective, Powell’s... More
  • Red & Black Café

    A collectively run coffeehouse lousy with laptop beatniks conforming in their devotion to the fight-the-power manifestos the management has posted ... More
  • Red Star

    Along with bar snacks like rock shrimp hushpuppies, Red Star has a great selection of single-malt Scotches and small-batch bourbons. Its menu showc... More
  • Ristretto Roasters

    Ristretto Roasters founder Din Johnson first contributed to the city's booming specialty coffee scene in 2005 by opening this Beaumont coffeehouse ... More

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