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.
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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.
Neighborhood Spotlight: Foster-Powell
The up-and-coming Foster-Powell neighborhood in Southeast Portland is a great place to try diverse cuisine and meet locals from all walks of life.
This pair of close-in Southeast Portland streets features block after block of must-see — and must-eat — destinations.
Neighborhood Spotlight: Lents
Experience Portland like a true local with a journey to the diverse Southeast neighborhood of Lents, where beer, baseball and good eats abound.
History — from a vintage amuseument park to antique goods — dominates this Southeast Portland area.