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태국 레스토랑
“Some of the best fried chicken around! Their website has a real-time wait time so you can avoid the long lines.”
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“An old elementary school turned restaurant/bar/theater/hotel? What’s not to be intrigued about? Bring $5, a bathing suit, and a towel and you can even pop in the soaking pool for a swim, beer (or wine) in hand! If you aren’t familiar with the McMenamjn brothers, they have over 60 locations in the NW - most of which are quirky, unique spots similar to this. Good beer, cheap 2nd run movies, and a cool atmosphere are a plus, the wait for service can be kind of a drag from time to time, though.”
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미국 남부/소울푸드 레스토랑
“Remember that Portlandia episode where they're watching Battlestar Galactica and they miss a birthday dinner at Screen Door? This is the place. Seriously, everyone goes here for their birthday because it's such a treat. The downside is that it's typically packed. Get there before they open so you can get your name on the list. It's not in the neighborhood but it's also not far.”
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모던 아메리칸 음식점
“ One of the best breakfast/brunch/dinner spots in the neighborhood and an easy 15min walk. There is almost always a wait but it's quick... walk around the hood while your table awaits.”
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“American fast-food style burger in a bar/restaurant with a nice outdoor patio. Most pubs in the neighborhood offer good, hefty burgers with plenty of dressings, this is a simpler, slightly smaller one, but solid and satisfying. This restaurant is attached to the lovely Mississippi Studios music venue.”
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“ Every Saturday and Sunday from March through Christmas Eve the Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood transforms into a thriving arts and crafts open-air marketplace. Seeing the Market’s staff delegate booth spaces with precision each weekend for so many years, most of the neighborhood has come to think of Portland Saturday Market (PSM) as a business like any other. But it certainly was not always that way, and some surprising elements still lie at the core of this unusual non-profit operation. Portland Saturday Market was the brainchild of two women, Sheri Teasdale and Andrea Scharf. Both were artists living in the area who had sold at the Saturday Market in Eugene; their idea was to create a similar style of market in downtown Portland. Beginning in December 1973, the two visited everyone they could think of in the city to sell their idea: an open-air market of all handmade food and craft items. It would be a win-win situation they insisted. Artists would have an economic outlet for their work, customers would gain better access to locally produced items, and the city would have a new attraction to draw customers into the downtown area. The new organization was incorporated under Oregon law as a mutual benefit corporation, a special class of institutions that do not make a profit, but exist for the economic benefit of their members, making PSM a non-profit organization that is not tax-exempt. The founders could have set up the market as a for-profit venture, but they envisioned a market where craftspeople would collectively share the responsibility for running the market while keeping whatever profit they personally made. It was to be a market for the members, governed by the members. With legal standing firmly established, Scharf and Teasdale were able to apply for a startup grant from the Metropolitan Arts Council, which awarded PSM $1,000. Seeking a location for the market, Bill Naito offered them a location next to his family business in the “Butterfly” parking lot. The large blue butterfly mural fluttered over Portland Saturday Market for many years to come. For the first year that the market operated, there was no site plan. Members set up booths wherever and they chose, working it out with their neighbors to make sure nobody’s booth blocked anyone else’s. As the market grew, vendors began arriving earlier and earlier to claim their favorite spots, leading to the establishment of the ‘seven o’clock rule’ at the start of the 1975 season, which stated that no one could start putting up a booth or claim a spot before 7:00 am. A few weeks later, a clear site plan was created for the first time, marking out 8’ x 8’ booth spaces, defining aisles and a pattern for customer traffic. The market then moved to the site under the Burnside Bridge in 1976, and started staying open on Sundays the following year. The Market was there for 34 years before the redevelopment of Old Town starting up again in 2006 and a permanent home for PSM was constructed in Waterfront Park. The Market officially moved into its new site in May 2009. Things have changed a lot from the early days. PSM has over 350 members and generates an estimated $8 million in gross sales annually. It has become a central economic engine for the historic Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood, and attracts an estimated one million visitors to this area each year. But some important things have stayed the same. PSM could never have gotten started without the cooperation and aid of the city and of the Naito family, and still relies on those long-term partnerships. The PSM board of directors continues to be made up of a majority of market members, putting market governance in the hands of its members. Seven full-time and ten part-time staff members administer the operations and various programs of the Market. And items are still sold by the people who make them, giving the customers the chance to talk directly with the artisan about their craft and why artists choose to make their living at the Market. In spite of how much the Market has grown, it is still, at heart, an artists’ community.”
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“A walled in city-block garden downtown that has rotating special events, artists, and activities. Have a pot of tea and a snack in the attached teahouse.”
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아침 식사 전문점
“Great brunch spot! Expect to see lots of dogs on the patio, they are very dog friendly and even serve “doggie brunch”! ”
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도넛 전문점
“Voodoo Doughnut is a must see if you're wanting the authentic Portland "weird" experience. Check out their coffin full of doughnuts. You'll probably see at least one person with a trademark Voodoo box if you're flying out of Portland. The doughnuts aren't that special, but the experience definitely is.”
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타코 전문점
“There are multiple locations in Portland depending on where you are headed but this one is the closest. You can expect a line but this is a local favorite. Great tacos or we really like the Bryan's bowl. ”
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“A gorgeous, artsy old theater. You can order McMenamins' pizza slices and other pub food, and beer, and dine while you watch a show. I don't normally recommend movie theaters for a vacation, but this one is just beautiful and quite an experience in my opinion due to McMenamins artful touches on a vintage theater. ”
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인도 레스토랑
“Excellent Indian street food with rich flavor, in a cool atmosphere with side walls open to the outdoors on warm days plus outdoor seating at Alberta Street location. Yes, get the Pork Vindaloo and the Dahi Papri Chaat - you will be hooked!”
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미국 남부/소울푸드 레스토랑
“Good comfort food. Good size portions. Will keep you satisfied until lunch.”
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멕시코 레스토랑
“Por Qué No is a Portland Mexican food staple were people wait line 20-30 people deep at night, way less crowded during the day. The food is excellent and worth the wait, I think, with indoor and outdoor seating in a quirky setting. This is one of those places that everyone that visits Portland wants to visit, and while there are plenty of other Spanish / Mexican type places around, the aesthetic and quality of food of this one is why people visit and come back. Insider tip, if you're not planning on dining in, you can look at the menu online and call ahead. Your food will be ready at the counter and you skip the lines. ”
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스테이크 전문점
“Come here for Happy Hour! Better yet, come on your first day in Portland if at all possible. The 360 degree views will provide a great introduction to the layout of Portland, and help acclimate you as you strategize your vist. ”
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“A favorite for local and touring bands. Great space, at the Jupiter Hotel. ”
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