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Pearl District offers urban living at its finest. If you work downtown
and enjoy city living, this is the place to be for an easy commute
(walk or take the Portland Streetcar, light rail MAX train, or Tri Met
bus to work and play). Located along the Willamette River downtown in
an old warehouse district, the neighborhood offers a feeling of urban
The bustling streets are
lined with upscale shopping
galleries, unique antique and home interior stores, and the requisite
coffee shops and restaurants. There are urban parks and green spaces
tucked amidst all this city bustle, and you'll see children playing in
the fountains, and little city dogs scampering through their concrete
jungle. The neighborhood is certainly thriving.
The urban landscape is
changing. Nearby of course, is Portland Downtown,
Old Town and Chinatown,
the river from the Broadway bridge is the Eliot
neighborhood, Lloyd District
and Rose Garden arena, and the Pearl is only minutes from the popular
Northwest Nob Hill neighborhood and the lush green Forest Park.
The Pearl District, much
like Nob Hill, has more in common with downtown Portland than areas
outside of the city center. There's a glossy refinement evident in its
storefront demeanor. There's high living, both virtual and literal, in
this neighborhood. It's best known for the number of high-rise and loft
residences available to discerning tenants, its bustling sidewalk
culture, and its convenient proximity to the downtown core.
What's your pleasure? If you intend to shop here you better limber up.
Maybe pay Circle Studio
visit. Pilates is good for your body and your
head, so they say. Or loosen up the other way – your belt,
too – next door at Streetcar
Bistro & Taproom. Show
of hands, who would go to pilates and then hit the taproom? Probably
not recommended that you do it the other way 'round. Heck, just get on
to get your
exercise, a pint or three, and a tour to
boot. It'll all balance out (if you pedal really hard).
Star attractions are the district's salons, spas, and clothiers. Elements
Therapeutic Massage will unkink
you nicely, and Foot Bar
offers you the opportunity to have strangers touch your feet (if you're
into that). Guys can get smartly clad at The Haberdashery
lady friends may prefer Mabel
& Zora. You're in the
Northwest, though, so you'll need the outdoor duds and gear too. She
might like to peruse Title Nine,
and both will love Patagonia.
Pearl will help you
be ready for the outward-bound pursuits
(and fitting into those new togs).
Some of the finest restaurants in Portland are in the Pearl. Fratelli
serves up rustic Italian cuisine, and ¡Oba!
is all about
South American delicacies. Want simpler fare? Brix Tavern
should do the
trick, as will Deschutes
Brewery & Public House
(ask for the
Although almost all of the living spaces are above the street, there's
still quite a lot of greenspace to be enjoyed at ground level even in
this bustling urban scape (and don't feel bad for the cliff-dwellers;
many of them take foliage upstairs with them, to plant in their rooftop
gardens and arbors). On the northern border of the district lies The
Fields Neighborhood Park, where
you can walk your dog, or sit (or
with a book and a great view of the Fremont Bridge...
(But hey, take a few minutes and walk west on Quimby Street, then turn
right onto NW 14th. That's Ramona
Apartments you're standing in
of. “Ramona”, see? And
“Quimby”? C'mon, you get this, right?)
Straight south from The Fields and separated by a mere block is Tanner
Springs Park, where adults and
children alike love the energy of
and art combined in an urban setting. Keep walking south, and in
another couple of blocks you'll find Jamison
Square, a very popular
place to cool off in the pools and the fountain. The water cascades
down the steps into the basin, and then drains and recycles to begin
all over again. Kids and their attendant grups flock to this park on
the most stunning examples of urban renaissance, Portland's Pearl
District has been nationally recognized. And it seems the nation has
returned the favor. Now you can walk through the Pearl and recognize
the country. Star studded national brands dot the Pearl landscape from
West Elm (pronounced Williams-Sonoma) to Chipotle (pronounced
McDonald's.) Like most of Portland, the "Keep Portland Weird"
commercial worldview is intact in the Pearl, and you will find many Mom
n' Pops. But you'll also find several places that "have to check with
corporate" before they can change an end cap.
District, Photo by PDX Nature Nut
District is the 3rd most
walkable neighborhood in Portland.
Pearl District apartments on Walk Score
Elementary school: Chapman
Middle school: West
Sylvan Middle School
High school: Lincoln
Location, location meets
made-for-success moniker in the Pearl District treasure, Cargo. Housed
in one of the Pearl's many now chic warehouses, Cargo offers boatloads
of choices literally handpicked from around the globe for your home and
garden. Owner Patty Merrill shops the world over and then imports
directly from such regulars as India, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, and
the Philippines. Trusted local traders also send inventory her way from
Africa, and her super friendly staff claims that a new container packed
with different imports arrives every month.
Shopping at Cargo with its carved Indonesian gates, Russian icons,
rickshaws, gongs - it's endless - all amazingly well organized in a
cavernous, two-story warehouse, is something like arriving at the dock
on shipment day and shouldn't be missed.
Corporate events, grand
openings, weddings - City Flowers provides a metropolitan range of
services demanded of a downtown florist. With over 20 years of
experience, 8 in the Pearl, owner Sara Youngbar has assembled a team of
designers who are "over-the-top creative." And the inventive aspect of
the business doesn't stop with those parts that are organic either.
Understanding the "industrial-chic" ethos of their immediate
environment, City Flowers goes to lengths to offer to frame their
masterpieces in, for example, iron vases and concrete cache pots that
are nearly as outstanding as the arrangements and certainly destined to
remind customers of the unique and friendly service at City Flowers for
seasons to come.
If you get right down to
Dig is a garden shop, but this unique store has mined an array that
makes it a great place to shop even if all you've got is a balcony.
Owner Tom Adkisson is a landscape architect whose enterprise resonates
with urban, contemporary Pearl and, as he says, skews masculine.
Plowing deeper into possibility than just the planter boxes and lawn
furniture available at a faceless big box garden store, Dig is a venue
for Northwest artists and recycled artwork like reclaimed, hanging
fixture art perfect for a patio, gigantic planters that he makes
himself, and several other home and garden items that you won't unearth
Uniformly chic, this
clothing store will fit the uber hip Pearl loft dweller like a relaxed
pair of imported Swedish twill chinos. Offering suits to jeans,
sweaters to belts, Dress Code travels in international and domestic
fashion runway designer circles like J. Lindeberg, Filipa K, Duckie
Brown, Hanro, Jack Spade, Allegri, and Oliver Spencer in a showroom
that literally glows with minimalist class.
distinctive twist," this men's store offers designs and labels such as
Scott Barber, Ike Behar, and Gant with, dare I say it, a splash of
color and casual that "most guys just get." The atmosphere is warm and
inviting and becoming even girl-friendly now that they're branching
into women's lines as well.
Extremely difficult to
categorize because they do it all, In Good Taste is a cooking school, a
gourmet market, a cookware supply store, and all-in-all foodie dream
come true. Sit around the kitchen's large block table and either watch
the chef work his or her cooking mojo in a demo, or demonstrate some of
your own skills in one of their many hands-on cooking classes.
Celebrity chefs, Hurley to Schreiber, heat it up in an intimate setting
that hosts everything from an Oregon Bounty series, which incorporates
much of the glorious fresh, local foods available to us like salmon,
shellfish, and berries to the Taste Of series that brings the dishes of
India, Mexico, and Italy literally to your table.
Prusiewicz has been knitting and crocheting since she was a small girl
in her native Poland, and she claims that she is the fastest knitter in
her adopted Northwest. One look inside her cozy Pearl shop, and you can
see why no one has ever dared to call her boast. Several of her lovely
handmade designs - sweaters, scarves - dot the walls and are for sale,
and you can easily imagine that her passion remains no less palpable
than when she was a child.
In this adorable little space, you'll find yarn from all over the
planet, knitting and crocheting supplies plus the opportunity to knit
like Elizabeth in Continental style during the personalized instruction
she offers for individuals, groups, and special occasion parties.
If Portland dogs were to
their own version of a Pearl District hip martini bar, this "Social
Club" would be it. Once a dog has qualified, based on its social
graces, age, shots, and spayed or neutered status, then he or she is
invited to join the exclusive guest list. (Hmm, maybe we could learn
something.) Then for a fee the dog can drop by, hang out, even all day,
enjoy a play group with his pals and master, or shop in the truly
fabulous boutique for a pink Cadillac bed, a ladies' fine dress
complete with matching pearls, or a tuxedo. Or further still, the
pampered one might prefer just to enjoy the day spa facilities and get
its hair and nails done by the onsite D'tails in the Pearl
(503-243-6200; www.Dtailsdogsalon.com) where their policy is strictly,
"No Fur. No paws. No service."
An actual bright spot on
North Park Blocks, Lumen Essence isn't your grandmother's lighting
store. It could be even older. Larry Shifrin, CIO, Chief Illumination
Officer, carries lighting at Lumen Essence that may look like beautiful
reproductions, but it's the real deal - original, classical period
lighting. There are a few pieces that they've hand-built themselves,
but almost everything else is lighting it up old school from art deco
to neo-classical, American to European.
Catering to the "mature
modern thinking woman," Monique's Boutique offers 20 years of
experience as well as high-style clothing that is, get this, travel
friendly. So most items in the store actually pack well, from dresses
to hats, making Monique's Boutique the official retail resource for the
Pearl jet set.
categorization. Taken out of context, the previous statement sounds
like some truism worthy of Confucius. And if the old sage himself had
ever shopped at Possession, he would have come to the same simple
conclusion. 'Cause, sure, they've got antiques. But they've also got
new. Sure, they've got lots of beads. But they've also got furniture.
Sure, they've got candles. But they've also got chandeliers. Sure,
Possession can't be pigeonholed. But it should be shopped.
Relish is a Pearl
destination you can share with your friends, men and women, again and
again and still see something new. Relish claims that it is "the zone
between individuality and mass production." What does that mean? It
means "a carefully curated collection of emerging designers from around
the globe." It means home décor, textiles, jewelry,
handbags, dishes - so unique that much of the stock requires an inquiry
with the sales staff as to exactly what the item is and does. And
that's when you've gotta have it.
Making the Pearl smell
over 20 years, Old Town Florist was there back when the Pearl really
was an old town. They've been culling the freshest from around the
world as well as in their own Northwest backyard and managed to make a
name for themselves long before the Pearl itself was ever so christened.
If you're looking to
corporate-apparel-in-the-box, you might walk right by Sole, but that
would be a big mistake. Locally owned, woman owned, Sole began as a
small gift shop inside The Heathman Hotel ten years ago. Since then,
Kim Lane has built an operation that includes a clothing store and a
clearance store (The Bee and Thistle and The Bargain Bee respectively)
and of course Sole.
As you might imagine, Sole carries shoes, ladies shoes that are unique
and likely not to be found anywhere else. And most pairs check in at
under $100.00. She also carries handbags and jewelry, the latter will
run you anywhere from $19.00 to $500.00. With prices that typically
skew reasonable and super friendly service from staff members like
Iris, Sole is one of those places that seems to remember that, though
they compete in the trendy and expensive market that is the Pearl
District, they are first and foremost Portland.
"Like slavery and
poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and
eradicated by the actions of human beings." This quote from Nelson
Mandela is printed on the business card of Swahili, an import outlet
located in the Pearl. Their mission is to collaborate "with skilled
artisans in developing countries to cultivate profitable endeavors." To
this end, they help to bring workshops and training to the artisans,
increasing an otherwise inaccessible knowledge about markets and their
products within them. In addition, when you purchase an item at
Swahili, you get to choose from their list of hand-in-hand
relief/development organizations which one will get your dollar.
What began as a door-to-door attempt to help now supplies over 2,000
retail operations and educational facilities all the way up to the
Smithsonian Museum. In their Pearl location, you'll find stunning
handmade woodcarvings, pottery, baskets and so much more at prices that
are equally stunning in their affordability.
If love is the universal
language, then chocolate is its ambassador. You know they don't call it
a sweetheart for nothing. And now, direct from Beirut, Lebanon are the
little envoys of pleasure themselves, each individually wrapped and
reaching out to offer you a little inner peace.
Designer Kitchens and the Pearl just go together. After all, what
levelheaded loft dweller wouldn't want to pimp their kitchen? But
William Roy offers that and more since this isn't just a modern kitchen
showroom. This is a studio where artful kitchens are conceived and
created with over 30 years of kitchen design experience, exemplary
materials, and a commitment to "Form = Function."
District Restaurants & Bars
Pearl District is absolutely full of wonderful restaurants. You have to
be unique and offer a good menu and solid service to survive in this
town of foodies. Here are just a couple of local favorites:
Pearl was recently rated by
Portland Monthly magazine as one
of the best Chinese restaurants in Portland. They offer classic
favorites as well as some more unique dishes in an elegant setting
suitable for the Pearl.
Italian food, there's no beating the cozy little Fratelli's for simple,
rustic food that warms the soul.
you not like the Byways
breakfast? A favorite weekend hangout, the fun ambience offers
travel-related Americana kitsch and the food is hearty, fresh and
been around for a while, and continues to be a favorite hangout for
either tasty margaritas and other cocktails, or the yummy New Latin
be seen..." If you're looking for a dramatic urban environment to dine
in, then you must check out the elegant digs at Bluehour.
An imaginative, creative menu in equally luscious surroundings never
fails to please our Portland palate. Read on for more details
on the Pearl Dining Scene...
is the Pearl's taste of Peru served as small, medium, and large plates
or as entrees in a lively, convivial atmosphere that has become one of
the warmest culinary hotspots of the district. Inventive and delicious,
the menu holds its own even when thrown in the ring with Andina's
impressive "Wine Program."
Sommelier Ken Collura used to be Head Sommelier at Bern's Steakhouse in
Tampa, which is considered to have the largest wine list of any
stand-alone restaurant in the world, and he is a syndicated wine
columnist. Not only does Ken shepherd a wine program that allows for
the regions that influenced Peruvian cuisine, he is Wine Director of
Andina's companion business...
beneath Andina and visible from its mezzanine-style floor, The Pearl
Wine Shop functions as Andina's wine playground. Offering daily
afternoon tastings for a nominal fee returnable upon purchase, The
Pearl Wine Shop stocks exactly 21 different handcrafted boutique wines
representing seven rotating regions of the world, at least a few of
which change monthly.
All this and not an ounce of elitism or snobbery. Bottles will run you
approximately $24.00 to $50.00, cases $130.00 to $500.00. And if
salesman, Charles Walsh, is any indication, the shop is staffed by
passion and down-to-earth kindness, not pomp and affectation.
The Pearl Wine Shop
Hours: Daily 11:00-9:00
1314 NW Glisan
Portland, OR 97209
and food is the focus on two floors of fun for just about anyone in
your party without feeling like you've stepped into kid mayhem or pool
hall den. They've got pool, and they've got a kid or two, but neither
defines them. And check out The Big Rack, St. Louis style ribs with
fries for $10.00 or the chicken breast stuffed with ricotta, spinach,
and red peppers for $9.00! Blitz Pearl is a Pearl District counter
programming Blitz-krieg for those who just want a casual atmosphere and
unbelievably low prices.
sophistication and sex were to have a love child, its name would be
Bluehour. The dining room, with its billowy green curtains hung at odd
angles, white bar and hardwood floor, is one of the most stunning - yet
simple - ever. Inherently surreal, Bluehour's dining and bar areas seem
to carry you aloft to a tingly-hot, French version of your own sultry
dreamscape. And then once you're in the mood, dishes like the potato
gnocchi with Italian black truffles and smoked bacon wrapped sea
scallops with celery root puree and caper dressing seal the deal.
low lighting, a lounge area bathed in rich color, the owner's paintings
hung lovingly, and plates like the tasty Yogurt Harissa Chicken and the
Cuban sandwich with braised pork, all for $8.00, $5.00 during happy
hour and super yummy - looks like a match made in the middle of the
perennial Pearl mating season scene.
might just be the gem inside the Pearl. These places just don't exist
anymore. If you've got an ounce of Rockwellian American flowing through
your veins, Fuller's will tug at you. It offers no tables, just two
counters with stationary, swivel stools and dishes like pigs in a
blanket and "Meat & Cheese Salad." You can guess at much of the
rest of the menu because once upon a time you ate at a place like this,
and there have been plenty of knockoffs since then. But Fuller's has
been dishing up fresh pie, malts, and root beer floats as the real deal
since 1944 and in its current location since 1966.
began in 1980 as an attempt to save a failing restaurant in Washington
Square Mall has become an ever growing Portland restaurant empire.
Eleven Newport Bay Restaurants later, the company called Pacific Coast
Restaurants has thrived, and their ranks have been joined by Portland
City Grill, Manzana, Newport Seafood Grill, Billy's Heartbeats,
Portland Steak & Chophouse, and now Henry's.
Considered by the company to embody their "most diverse and ambitious
concept," Henry's Tavern boasts an 85-plus-item menu as well as 100
beers and ciders on tap in a 14,500 square foot multi-tiered space that
has been practically standing room only since day one.
physics teach us that for every action there is an equal and opposite
reaction. And so it appears that the same Portlanders who gripped
mightily onto frosty mugs of Pabst Blue Ribbon in the face of boutique
beer vogue have spoken again, and they want their bars comfy,
unpretentious, reasonable, a little smoky, and of course friendly.
Taking over the old Jimmy Mak digs before he moved across the street in
'06, Life of Riley is a very appealing spot with pool and smoking
available downstairs, high tables and a small lounge-like area
upstairs, patio seating, drinks, and eats from Chef Christopher. Word
has spread, and many Pearl freedom fighters have already been spotted
in this new encampment actively quenching their thirst for revolution.
place with a big menu, Madena offers all the standard Middle Eastern
fare any self-respecting, culinary co-opting foodie has come to expect.
However, in addition to the more familiar falafel, hummus, and
shawarma, owner Ali Houdroge mixes it up with a less familiar Coco
Curry sauce that they'll serve with prawns, salmon, lamb, chicken, and
kafta as well as a very popular dish in the Middle East with fava beans
called Ful that we almost never see stateside.
itself firmly into the competitive Portland culinary landscape, Park
Kitchen has quickly become a North Park Blocks' dining destination.
With items on their regular menu like pulled pork and sweet pea ravioli
and Carpaccio of halibut, zucchini and basil, it's not hard to find a
level of trust to take on the chef's tasting menu offered here which
can be a fun way to experience this cuisine.
For $25.00 for lunch and $45.00 per dinner mouth, chef Scott Dolich and
his staff will carefully select for you four fabulous courses from
their menu including dessert. The staff is also used to working with
vegetarian options and food allergy issues should you have a food
sensitivity need. Or just work your way through the menu the old
fashioned way. But as soon as you do, they'll just change it again.
They're like that.
with its own Lego table and talking dog mascot, Rogue Ales Public House
is yet another succinct counterbalance to urbane Pearl. Not that this
operation is low scale by any means. First tapped in 1989 in Newport,
Oregon, Rogue now has over a half-dozen locations, including a Bed
& Beer operation where, on one site, they can pour you to your
heart's content and then you can pour yourself into bed.
The food here is nothing to turn your nose up at either with gator
gumbo to crab melts to burgers with a pizza or two thrown in between.
And they might wear t-shirts instead of starched collars, but the wait
staff is friendly and will welcome you as a citizen into their Rogue
Nation as long as you're "located to the left of boredom and to the
right of irresponsibility."
popular Vietnamese restaurant, Pho Van, closed this Pearl location, one
of four in Portland, remodeled and reopened in '06 as Silk. Dining room
and bar pure Pearl, the menu remains Vietnamese inspired, yet bistroed.
That is to say, this menu will likely not be as disorienting for those
not wishing to dive into cultural immersion and who could do with a
little less mung beans, la lot leaves, and tripe in their diet.
fishing for those who don't want sunburns and smelly fingers. At Sushi
Land, you just sit back, watch for your particular sushi favorite to
swim by on the conveyer belt and reel it in. It's that simple. And with
nine locations in Oregon and Washington, it's also catching on.
hip and trendy or comfy casual, you get the feeling that you can play
it your way at Vault Martini. Their drink menu comes with a table of
contents, including such chapters as "Seven Deadly Sins," "Drops,"
"Chocolates" (still talking drinks here) and "Mojitos." There are yet
more, and, yes, they have a chapter just devoted to mojitos.
And in case you think that the only story they know involves alcohol,
The Vault, as most Pearlyites call it, also does absolutely delish
dining such as the Spaniard pizza with quince paste, Serrano, chevre,
and manchego and desserts like the s'more fondue.
might suspect from an establishment owned by Bill Les and Tim
Nishimoto, who is the lead vocalist for Pink Martini, there is a strong
emphasis on art and music as well as wine and food. A registered
gallery in addition to being a wine bar and restaurant, Vino Paradiso
hosts monthly art shows and live music regularly and was conceived as a
cultural center plus fun, relaxed, non-stuffy joint to hang out in the
Galleries, Art & Antiques
Versus Pearl high style,
Bernadette Breu and her passionate staff love to provide "high bohemia
in the Pearl." They stock and sell just about anything - from folk art,
finishings, and lighting to jewelry and architectural elements - as
long as they fit the bill of being interesting, unusual, beautiful,
continental, and one-of-a-kind.
One of the oldest
an area self-defined by art, Blackfish Gallery has been owned and
operated by a co-op of artists since 1979 and features the work of such
local luminaries as Karen Ehlers.
In association with the
Bullseye Glass Company, a colored glass manufacturer for art and
architecture since 1974, the Bullseye Connection Gallery exhibits
international kilnformed glass artists.
Another one of those
women who travels around the world and goes shopping, Renee Russo has
been supplying Portland with Asian antique furnishings as well as
modern, exotic accessories since 2002. She and her staff stock hand
carved soapstone, dishes, artwork, jewelry, and they are the only
retail operation in Portland dealing in original silk Fortuny lamps.
And not all, Renee has opened a companion operation located around the
corner but, likewise, still straddling multiple time zones...
The star of this show is
100-year-old Brazilian timbers that have been organically incorporated
into modern furniture for an effect that does not do justice to
describe. Taking great pains to adhere to sustainable methods and
materials, EWF Modern offers dining, bedroom, and living room sets or
1122 NW Glisan
Portland, OR 97209
With over a quarter
experience in advising art collection on corporate and institutional
levels as well as private, the Elizabeth Leach Gallery exhibits
Northwest and international artists and multiple media.
An extremely high-end,
two-story operation, the Lawrence Gallery is where you may pick up an
original Salvador Dali for $12,000.00 or a Picasso for $50,000.00. plus
a host of other artists in varying price ranges.
Specializing in arts and
antiques from all regions of China, La Zhu carries furniture,
décor items, wooden picnic baskets - let's just say the
range - in a lovely store that, around since '98, has witnessed a great
deal of the Pearl's transformation. Seth Watson, who runs the show
since his mother, Gail, retired three years ago, comes off more like a
welcoming, soft-spoken, non-pushy curator than a salesman and even went
to lengths to recommend his direct competitors right in the Pearl such
as Lotus (938 NW Everett; 503-417-1888;
With a comprehensive inventory and class act, it's not hard to see why
La Zhu was voted the "Best Asian Antiques" in the city.
Pearl - this is where you'll find an ancient armory structure literally
a skinny child's reach from an ultra modern condo building. Take it
step further and outfit that armory with one of the more prestigious
theatre companies in the country, and you've got Portland Center Stage.
Formally part of the Portland Center for the Performing Arts before
branching off on its own and moving into the Gerding Theater, itself
located inside the historic Armory Building dating back to 1891,
Portland Center Stage is one of the 25 largest theater companies in the
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living in the Pearl offers gorgeous city and riverscape
views. There are a slew of new loft style developments
underway all over the Pearl and the North Portland Waterfront near the
Fremont Bridge. Of course, a room with a view will come with
a steep price tag. Pearl District Portland is an urban
neighborhood, with many older buildings, apartments, and loft style
condominiums. This continues to be seen as a trendy and upscale urban
locale for hip urbanites who want to live in the center of it all. The
higher you go, the better the view...and the steeper the price. Views
include an urban landscape of old and new buildings, the Willamette
River, Downtown Portland
and the West
Hills, and the railroad system along the waterfront.
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Elementary school: Chapman
Middle school: West
Sylvan Middle School
High school: Lincoln
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