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COVID-19 Update: Pioneer Place shopping mall is currently open (with capacity limits), but not all stores and restaurants are open. Check the Pioneer Place website to see what’s open.
Downtown Portland’s home for big-brand shopping, Pioneer Place houses the major brands that fashionistas crave, including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, Scotch & Soda and more. At this multi-block shopping center, connected by a sky-bridge over S.W. Fourth Ave., you can cozy up in a new J. Crew sweater or scope out the latest trends at teen-favorite H&M.
For shoppers who have worked up an appetite — or those just looking for a quick bite downtown — Pioneer Place has a deliciously expansive food court filled with lunchtime favorites like sushi, pizza and gyros. Visitors can sip a local beer at Yard House or experience happy hour with a side of bowling, ping-pong, skee-ball and ‘80s video games at Punch Bowl Social. Or grab a steaming cup of locally roasted coffee to put a skip in your step at Portland Roasting Coffee.
Pioneer Place is also home to a Regal Cinemas location, where the latest releases are shown in high definition and 3-D inside six stadium-seating theaters. Before the show begins, visitors can stop by their café and game room, or rent out their party room for a special event.
The shopping center is accessible via the MAX Green and Orange lines, which both make stops at the Pioneer Place/S.W. Fifth Ave. MAX station. Several bus lines, including the 1, 8, 9, 12, 19 and 94, also stop less than a block away.
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