Where to Eat, Sleep, and Play in Portland, Oregon's Coolest Neighborhood
Your guide to Portland's Chinatown.
A 38-foot arch flanked by two bronze-cast lions greets you as you enter Old Town Chinatown, in downtown Portland. Venture beyond the pagoda-style gates to discover the city’s most buzzed-about borough, a rapidly-developing area that was once home to one of the country’s largest Chinese-American communities. The neighborhood has always been one of our favorite city stops, what with its impressive architecture and flavorful eats. But now, the red-lantern-lined district is gaining mainstream appeal, thanks to the arrival of trendy new hotels, restaurants by James Beard award-winning chefs, and quirky shops helmed by some of the city’s finest makers, from custom kimono designers to leather smiths. Read on for a full list of attractions.
Where to Stay
New to Old Town Chinatown is
Where to Eat & Drink
Jumpstart your morning at
Where to Shop
You won’t find fast fashion in Old Town Chinatown, and nowhere is this more evident than at
Where to Play
You’ll feel an air of serenity from the moment you step inside