Set Current Location
This business venture of Kenneth Pogson and Tres Shannon is one of a kind. Voodoo Doughnut is a donut market, serving the sweet rings under weird names like Dirt, Butter Fingering, Cock-n-Balls and… No Name. Yes, that too is the name of one of the donuts! The menu undergoes changes quite often. Live music on week nights promotes young talent. If you want to introduce your guests to these treats in the comforts of your home, go ahead because custom made donuts are also available. Suggest this wedding venue to your friend. Yes! Legal wedding service is conducted right in front of the Holy Doughnut! This fun-loaded eatery has, no wonder, bagged a 10 minute long media coverage. Welcome to the world of Voodoo's donuts.
With origins that can be traced back to Oaxaca, Mexico, this family business has made a name for itself in Portland as creators of handcrafted, durable, leather goods that are stylish, minimalist and timeless in their beauty. A lifetime of experience has been distilled and combined with the fresh perspective of today's generation to create the fashionable wares sold at this Old Town boutique. Browse through a rotating selection of accessories, bags, purses, wallets and shoes crafted by hand at the store's on-site workshop. As you marvel at the fine craftsmanship and thoughtful design of the Orox Leather Co.'s fantastic pieces, take a few moments to visit the craftsmen as they work at their desks just a few feet away to truly appreciate what goes into the making of these functional works of art. Exceptional craftsmanship and the inherent richness of leather come together at the Orox Leather Co. to create everyday pieces brimming with charm.
Featuring a varied array of fine chocolates from around the world, this luxury store is a dream come true for chocolate-lovers. The various shapes and sizes of chocolates along with the different flavors make for a memorable indulgence. Good for gifting too, this is a product that never goes out of style. Choose from a range of items including dark chocolate, vegan ganache and the most popular drinking chocolates that are made from melted chocolate bars with various flavor infusions that add to the experience.
Tanner Goods is one place where you can find high-quality, unique leather items. Whether you wish to purchase a unique wallet, a belt, gloves or bags, Tanner has stocked them all in their warm and well-lit store on the Burnside Street. The space has a rustic character with exposed-brick walls and wooden beams adding to its charm. The stocks are limited which is only a testimonial to the fact that the company believes in quality and not quantity. Their products, albeit pricey, are worth every dollar spent. Every buy from here is sure to last for a long, long time there by validating the cost. In addition to leather items, the place sells casual clothing for men.
Potato Champion is a real winner when it comes to fries. The variety of fries and sauces are quite elaborate and they've won many a fans in the neighborhood. But the real highlight here is the Poutine, which is available in small, medium and large sizes. Also try the Belgian-style Pommes Frites and the tempting Pulled Pork Fries. Surprisingly so, they have some vegan choices for the cautious lot! Do check out this neighborhood favorite for a late night indulgence.
Located in Nob Hill, Ken's Artisan Bakery has garnered much positive response from the time of its inception. Offering a range of gourmet confections and pastries like brioches, croissants, tarts, cakes, cookies and much more, Ken's is also known for its brilliant lunch menu comprising of specialty sandwiches, soups and salads. Their Monday special of 'Artisan Pizza' became so famous that they put up an individual restaurant nearby, Ken's Artisan Pizza, dedicated to those amazing Neapolitan-inspired pies! Drop in and relish some of their fresh fruit tarts or croissants; everything here is absolutely delicious.
A brainchild of culinary expert, Rick Gencarelli, Lardo saw humble beginnings as a food cart in 2010. A short while later this wonderful dine-in space was established, so fans of Lardo could sit and enjoy the delicious meat offerings. Located on the eastern bank of Portland's Willamette River, at Lardo Eastside it is all about appetizing sandwiches, richly stuffed with pork and beef. The menu, featuring Korean Pork Shoulder, Pork Meatball Banh Mi and Griddled Mortadella, is sure to please any meat lover. Drafts on tap and cocktails, provide the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
Spread over 15,000 square feet (1394 square meters) of retail space, the Hollywood Vintage is home to a mind-boggling selection of vintage clothing, costumes and eyewear for men and women. A seemingly endless array of racks stocked with clothing and accessories for every takes up every spare inch of space at the Hollywood Vintage, creating a colorful melange of fabrics, sequins, tassels and more. The sea of suits and dresses laid out before you may seem intimidating at first, but with a little patience and guidance you are sure to emerge with at least an armful of possibilities. A group of friendly and fabulous sales personnel are always at hand to help you out with honest advice and a keen eye for fashion, picking out pieces that are just right for you. While the store has everything from formal dresses and suits, to costumes, hats and jackets, the eyewear collection is what draws in most, composed almost entirely of vintage and retro pieces in every size, color and shape imaginable. Hollywood Vintage is a haven for those willing to break the mold and build for themselves a look that is uniquely theirs.
No one would blame you for mistaking the Belmont Station for beer heaven. This charming shop and cafe offers its customers a jaw-dropping selection of over 1200 bottled varieties of beer that are cared for in a manner that ensures absolute freshness and crisp taste. Adjoining the shop is a delightful little biercafe where people can meet over a pint of brew and explore the current brew selection with fellow beer lovers. The cafe serves up a rotating selection of 20 beers on tap alongside delicious Italian-inspired meals from The Italian Market. With such a well-curated and varied selection on offer, you are sure to find something that perfectly suits your taste as you explore new discoveries and indulge in old favorites. Keep an eye on the Belmont Station website and facebook page for updates on beer tastings and special events.
Living up to the city's moniker of 'Beervana', John's Marketplace in Multnomah Village boasts of a staggering collection of beers. The collection of beers is ever-growing and constantly evolving to fit newer additions and even rarer selections of beer such as the Bridgeport Ebenezer and EKU 28. John's Marketplace houses 800 varieties of bottled beers as well as 400 different wines. The next time you're thirsty, head over to John's and let your mind be blown by the pleasantly startling array of several lagers, stouts and ales on display. The store also arranges tasting and pouring events, much to the delight of beer lovers.
If you love home-cooked breakfasts, this Portland icon is the place to visit. Since the early 1950s, the friendly staff at the The Original Pancake House has been serving some of the best breakfasts in town. The family-owned company now boasts award-winning franchises nationwide. Choose from nearly two dozen different types of pancakes. Enjoy any of the fresh, tasty syrups and gourmet-style sausages. Linger over a cup of coffee in the cozy restaurant, resplendent with antiques and old world charm.