You will find this gem tucked into an old fold of the Pearl District . Hip and hot, the restaurant is come as you are. Through the years, it has not ... More
You will find this gem tucked into an old fold of the Pearl District . Hip and hot, the restaurant is come as you are. Through the years, it has not been able to keep a name or owner, but the chef and menu have been permanent fixtures. Breakfast dishes are unique and beyond comparison. An average favorite like French toast is transformed when it is made with extra-thick challah bread. You must try the famous turkey burger. Portions fill even the meanest of appetites.
Spanning the Willamette River, this old, red bridge connects downtown's Pearl District to the Northeast's Rose Quarter. A pedestrian and
bicycle friendly bridge, it offers a clear view of the Fremont Bridge and Union Station. Stop midway and enjoy ...
Created in 1892, primarily to promote visual arts, the Portland Art Museum is set up with several large and open
viewing rooms. Do not miss the Native American collection. Also check out the North Wing's Jubitz Center, which houses ...
Built in the 1890s, this building has served as City Hall since Portland's beginning. The building was restored to its
original state from the dilapidated condition that threatened demolition and reopened in 1998. Among interesting finds from the project ...
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