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The pearl district has many unique shops, stores and restaurants in restaurants including world famous Powell's books
Just north of Downtown and one of Portland’s most walkable neighborhoods, the Pearl District’s cobblestone streets and riverside docks speak to its warehouse port past. Today, the area is chic and stylish, with a thriving cultural scene, with the famous Powell’s City of Books at its heart, along…
The Pearl District is our neighbor, it's walking distance, but easier to walk a few blocks to the trolley on Lovejoy St. The Pearl is known for small boutiques with local designers, high end restaurants, fun night clubs, and several blocked streets for outdoor partying.
The Pearl district used to be an industrial part of town, that has been changed over the years into lofts and great shopping! There are tons of galleries, restaurants, shops and parks!
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“23rd Avenue offers books, cards, chocolate, clothing, cosmetic, furniture, kitchen supplies, pet supplies, weed, and wine stores. You can enlist the services of psychics, massage therapists, hair stylists, nail technicians, doctors, banks, and FedEx. You can enjoy Northwest, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, French, Indian, Mediterranean, Spanish, and Korean food all along 23rd Avenue. You can imbibe coffee, tea, milkshakes, sodas, IPAs, Pilsners, Porters, Hefeweizen, and Sours from Couch Street to Yeon Street, as well as cocktails and locally distilled spirits. ”
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“Every Saturday and Sunday there is a huge market on the riverfront in Downtown Portland! They have tons of vendors and local food carts! ”
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“Explore Powell’s City of Books, the world’s largest bookstore. Powell’s City of Books is an enormous building. So big, in fact, that the front desk offers a free, and beautifully decorated, map to help you navigate through the world’s largest bookstore. Powell’s is the pride of Portland. Locals and visitors alike cherish this enormous city-sized building that sells books both new and used, in every style and flavor you could imagine. To really take it in, you need a good two hours to really explore and enjoy Powell’s. The shop is even famous for the fact that it provides baskets because they know you’re going to get carried away and gather more books than you can carry as you venture deeper into this labyrinth of books. ”
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“The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892 and is the seventh oldest museum in the country. The museum has become famous around the world because of its permanent collection that has more than 42,000 pieces in it. For history buffs there are plenty of historic art pieces on display. There are many pieces that have been collected from the native people of North America as well as a large collection of English silver. The campus that the museum sits on also has the Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art which is well worth taking a look at.”
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“There are so many boutique shops as well as amazing places to eat and drink all within a half mile. At the top of the block the food carts are all spectacular. Matt's BBQ if you are looking for the BEST BBQ you have ever had. ”
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