This zine will have you living on the edge … of Portland, at least. Portland is divided into five quadrants (North, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest) that offer delicious meals, tax-free shopping, one-of-a-kind bars and much more off the beaten path. Here’s what to do in Southeast Portland.
With galleries, boutiques, design studios and showrooms, the Central Eastside is beginning to rival downtown as Portland's fashion hub.
Hawthorne's indie boutiques and homegrown shops peddle plenty of only-in-Portland wares.
Tucked within a dense residential enclave, the shops of Division and Clinton streets offer some of the city's most authentic souvenirs.
Brittany Powell is an Oregon native who gave up horse training, personal assisting and handing out samples of natural kitty litter to cut things out of paper, embroider SkyMall products into quilts and make paintings of strangers’ cell phone photos. See her work at brittanypowell.com and lowcommitmentprojects.com.
Located a few blocks from Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Belmont boasts its own mix of vintage and indie shops, coffee houses, bars and food carts.
Across the Willamette River from downtown, this area blends industrial Portland with new restaurants, microbreweries and riverside recreation.
Eclectic is the norm on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, a walkable street with block after block of vintage shops, boutiques and cafés.
This bike- and pedestrian-friendly Southeast Portland neighborhood (affectionately known as "FoPo") has a character all its own.
This pair of close-in Southeast Portland streets features block after block of must-see — and must-eat — destinations.
History — from a vintage amusement park to antique goods — dominates this Southeast Portland area.