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A modern food hall in Portland's Old Town features new ventures from established local and international chefs, creating a kind of permanent food festival.
Portland’s new transit bridge and the MAX Orange light rail line make it easy to explore the up-and-coming South Waterfront and Central Eastside districts.
Pick up a winning read at one of Portland’s many independent bookstores and curl up in a cozy corner of one of these eight local coffee shops.
Trying to decide what to do in Portland in January? Here are our editors’ picks for the best activities and entertainment available this month!
Discover a lesser-known side of Portland in St. Johns, home to one of Bridgetown’s most gorgeous spans and most beloved parks.
Treat yourself to boozy milkshakes, build-your-own bubble tea and other quintessentially Portland bevvies with our insider’s guide to the city’s best summer drinks.
Since 2003, Portland's Voodoo Doughnut has sold millions of wacky, sugary snacks — and with lines forming all hours of the day, the downtown landmark shows no signs of slowing.
Whether you’re looking to sightsee by bike, bus, boat or your own two feet, there’s likely a guided tour option for you.
Southeast Hawthorne reflects the neighborhood's indie spirit, so you won't find many chain restaurants here.
Lively places to gather with friends and make new ones, bike-friendly Division and Clinton streets are the place to saddle up enjoy life in the slow lane.