Alberta Arts District is a commercial district in Portland, Oregon which connects the Concordia, King and Vernon neighborhoods in the Northeast quadrant of the city. The district centers on NE Alberta Street, and stretches approximately 1.5 miles, from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to NE 33rd…
Alberta Street has great local shops, art, music, and great restaurants. I recommend walking anywhere from 15th to 30th.
Fun and quirky, good food spots, get a taste of a well known Portland neighborhood.
This is quintessential Portland with many shops & restaurants as well as food courts. Many one of a kind boutique shops, galleries, pubs & more! Don’t miss it!
Funky and fun Alberta Arts, a short walk to go for for dining, coffee houses, ice cream and pie. Plenty of boutique shops, galleries and artistic murals. Neighborhoods surrounding have their own unique Portland flavor.
“Funky fun street to stroll down and visit cool little shops and unique bars and restaurants. This is one of my favorite neighborhoods. ”
“Once its own town, this North Portland enclave is filled with homegrown shops, independent spirit and plentiful things to do. More than 100 years ago, leafy St. Johns existed as a small, quiet town at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. Today, the quaint North Portland neighborhood retains its small-town charm with its many locally owned shops, pubs and cafés. Pack a picnic blanket for an afternoon in Cathedral Park, cross the picturesque St. Johns Bridge and get ready to explore a lovely, lesser-known side of Portland.”
“An old neighborhood that has been rejuvenated and has a few gems for food and drinks. Doesn't have much of the old left in it, but I find myself here often because my favorite bar is still there (Maui's). ”