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  • Terry Schrunk Plaza

    Terry Schrunk Plaza

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    Terry Schrunk Plaza

    Located across from City Hall, Terry Schrunk Plaza is a part of the “Plaza Blocks” - a collection of three park squares in the middle of downtown Portland. This park features Taihu stones, a gift from Portland’s Chinese sister city, Suzhou.

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  • Chapman Square

    Chapman SquarE

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    Chapman Square

    Chapman Square is one of three squares that make up the “Plaza Blocks.” This leafy square is filled with beautiful ginko trees and offers the perfect setting for a morning walk or an afternoon of people-watching.

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  • Lownsdale Square

    Lownsdale Square

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    Lownsdale Square

    One of three town squares comprising the Plaza Blocks, Lownsdale Square was named for Daniel H. Lownsdale, who settled in Portland in 1845. Spend a lazy afternoon under the tall trees surrounding the Soldiers Monument statue at the center of the park.

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  • Luc Lac

    Luc Lac

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    Luc Lac

    Get a taste of authentic Vietnamese cuisine at the popular Luc Lac Vietnamese Kitchen, located downtown. Sink your teeth into delectable banh mi, fresh spring rolls, or their famous pho.

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  • Fireweed

    510 SW 3rd Ave

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    Fireweed

    Wall Mural by Mona Caron

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  • Food Carts

    SW 3rd and Washington

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    Food Carts

    Food carts on the corner of 3rd and Washington.

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  • Huber’s

    Huber’s

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    Huber’s

    Established in 1879, Huber’s is an iconic Portland restaurant and a can’t-miss stop on your trip itinerary. This American eatery specializes in traditional turkey dinners and is famous for their mashed potatoes.

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  • Cameron’s Bookstore

    Cameron’s Bookstore portland

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    Cameron’s Bookstore

    Founded in 1938, Cameron’s Books & Magazines is the oldest used bookstore in Portland and among the largest vintage-magazine dealers in the U.S. Grab a title or two and spend an afternoon reading in a nearby park or café.

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  • Under the Same Sky

    223 SW Stark St

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    Under the Same Sky

    Wall Mural by Kevin Ledo

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  • Pine Street Market

    Pine Street Market

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    Pine Street Market

    Portland’s first food hall, the Pine Street Market is filled to the brim with gourmet food vendors and communal seating. Sample cuisine from nine of Portland’s best chefs all under one roof, from Korean BBQ to a dessert bar.

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  • Stumptown Coffee

    Stumptown Coffee

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    Stumptown Coffee

    Now a nationwide coffee retailer and chain, Stumptown Coffee opened its first café and roastery in 1999 in Portland before spreading to Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New Orleans. See what all the hype is about at one of two nearby locations.

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  • Portland Saturday Market

    Portland Saturday Market

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    Portland Saturday Market

    The Portland Saturday Market is a mixture of local arts and crafts, hippies, buskers, and food stalls. It’s a weird and wonderful stew of people. Pro tip: The market also takes place on Sundays.

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