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  • TWO DAYS + FOUR NIGHTS (FOR A QUICK JAUNT TO PORTLANDIA)

    will be filming in portland for four days, followed by two days to relax and explore the city - thus a list of places to consider.

    • Feb 2017
    • 2
  • Ace Hotel Portland

    1

    Hotel

    will be staying here during the week, until we move to air bnb. downstairs, there's stumptown café + happy hour at clyde common + photobooth. i'm ok with that.

  • Powell's City of Books

    2

    Bookstore

    portland's answer to the strand. rare books on the top floor. proudly claims to be largest independent bookstore in the world.

  • Andina

    3

    Peruvian

    heard great things. ceviche, causa mixta nikkei tapas, fried yucca, vegetarian options. melones con ajì cocktail. might be better on a weekday night or friday.

  • Snow Peak

    4

    Apparel

    beautiful utility in a japanese camping goods supply store. not a campground, as indicated above. likely better than tanner goods (located on w.burnside st.).

  • Salt & Straw

    5

    Ice Cream

    receives many accoldades. "try their off-beat flavors, like the strawberry balsamic with black pepper.” "pear and blue cheese!" "watermelon carrot sorbet!!!"

  • Pittock Mansion

    6

    Museum

    many say "the best view in all of portland" found here. french renaissance–style estate popular with bird watchers. hike/jog from from lower macleay park trail.

  • International Rose Test Garden

    7

    Botanical Garden

    "soon after its opening in 1917, european horticulturists sent samples of their finest hybrids to this garden for safekeeping from the fires of world war I."

  • Portland Aerial Tram - Lower Terminal

    8

    Tram

    good for views of the city and mt. hood. $4 to go up, zero to go down. final destination is a hospital, btw.

  • Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade

    9

    Trail

    the "dream of the '90s is alive in portland." was filmed here, ahem. i've heard the walk is quite scenic, provided you don't get killed by hotheaded bicyclists.

  • Rimsky-Korsakoffeehouse

    10

    Coffee Shop

    friends who grew up in portland (like antony & farrah) used to go here. described as "casually threatening." + "no better representation of portland than here."

  • Doug Fir Lounge

    11

    Lounge

    a popular live music venue and bar, with log cabin interior, a fireplace, and an outdoor patio. popular but might be too sceney on weekend evenings.

  • Le Pigeon

    12

    French

    exceedingly popular for its innovative take on french cuisine. pricey menu, small room, sit at the bar. a portland "rite of passage." make BIWA your plan B.

  • Portland Saturday Market

    13

    Market

    artisanal, yes, but also "street kids, street preachers, and junk sellers..." locals don't seem to find it as endearing these days as they once did. bring cash.

  • Table of Contents

    14

    Boutique

    "most unique boutique in portland." "gorgeous." "high end men and women's clothing, books, and novel housewares." tableofcontents.us

  • Alder Food Carts

    15

    Street Food Gathering

    52 food carts. "arrive early for rescue bagels: hand rolled & absolutely delicious..." "grilled cheese sammich!" "nong’s khao man gai (thai)!" "sawasdee thai!"

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding