Mall in downtown. Some stores are a bit upscale and expensive, but a good place to rest your feet over tea or coffee. They also have restrooms you can stop into when visiting downtown.
Pioneer Place is an upscale, urban shopping mall in downtown Portland, Oregon. It consists of four blocks of retail, dining, parking, and an office tower named Pioneer Tower. The mall itself is spread out between four buildings, interconnected by skywalks or underground mall sections.
Pioneer Place is the ultimate retail destination in the heart of Portland’s bustling business district. Whether you’re fitting in a quick shopping trip during your lunch break or planning to spend the day exploring the luxury retailers, you’re in for a treat at this unparalleled shopping…
Where downtown Portland comes to life. Downtown Portland is buzzing with activity. And it's not just the coffee. There is an energy here that charges every moment with fun and excitement. In the heart of downtown, you'll find Pioneer Place – four city blocks filled with shopping, dining and…
Grocery or Supermarket
“Safeway is the closest large grocery store and has the convenience of being on the streetcar line. There's also underground parking for free. ”
“Check if it’s open before going- this is a HUGE market with lots of local crafts and foods. Local favorite. ”
“Many plays, concerts, ballets, and guest appearances take place here. Check their schedules. ”
“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.”
“In 2001, Portland built the nation’s first modern-day streetcar: the sleek and modern Portland Streetcar. The original line, now known as the NS line, travels through downtown from Portland State University to the Nob Hill neighborhood via the popular shopping and dining area of the Pearl District. Two lines, the A Loop and the B Loop, were also recently opened and provide service across the city’s newest bridge, Tilikum Crossing. The A Loop runs clockwise and connects the east and west sides of the city through the Pearl District, Broadway Bridge, Lloyd District, OMSI, Tilikum Crossing and Portland State University. The B Loop passes through the same locations, but moves counter-clockwise.”