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Pearl District Restaurants
Pair fish tapas with fine wines at this upscale Peruvian restaurant, or try refined Novo-Andean entrees like duck leg confit with cilantro-beer-infused rice.
Specializing in the flavors of the Pacific Northwest, this celebrated wine bar serves a prix fixe menu of elegantly plated dishes like roast lamb neck with miso butter corn. Order wine pairings for each course to complete the experience.
Craving pasta? Stop by Grassa for a plate of fresh, hand-crafted carbonara or bucatini served in a casual atmosphere, alongside refreshing salads and creative cocktails.
The Hairy Lobster
Sit down in a dining room inspired by traditional British pubs at this quirky family-style restaurant, where you can dig into Oregon-foraged mushroom bisque, Hawaiian sashimi-grade tuna, or whole Maine lobsters.
Museums and Culture
Lan Su Chinese Garden
This serene courtyard, pavilion, and teahouse showcase 16th-century Chinese architecture styles, as well as hosting art galleries, tai chi classes, and more.
Portland Art Museum
Tour a 50,000-piece collection of Asian, American, and graphic art at this landmark museum, which contains over 112,000 square feet of gallery space. It also hosts the Northwest Film Center, which hosts regular screenings, retrospectives, and classes.
Portland International Rose Test Garden
More than 10,000 rose bushes dot the landscape at America’s oldest continuously-maintained rose test garden, a beautiful park where you can view 650+ varieties of the plant. It’s a must-see on your visit to the “City of Roses.”
Portland Japanese Garden
Visit the sand and stone garden, attend a traditional tea ceremony, or view exhibitions of Japanese art at this meticulously maintained green space.
Oaks Amusement Park
Ride the ferris wheel, perform trick shots on the mini-golf course, or head to the roller rink at a local institution that’s stayed open since 1905.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Bring the kids along to learn about science firsthand at more than 200 interactive exhibits, including physics and paleontology labs, or take in captivating shows at the planetarium. Adults can head back later for OMSI After Dark, where you can enjoy drinks and food and watch science demonstrations.
See bald eagles, cheetahs, lemurs and more at this 64-acre zoo, which is divided into five different habitats representing ecosystems around the globe.
Portland Children’s Museum
Located next to the zoo, this museum’s hands-on learning experiences include a clay studio, a 1.3-acre Outdoor Adventure space, a theater, and a make-believe pet hospital.
Located 7 blocks away to the home to both Portland’s Timbers and Thorns where you can experience Major League Soccer premier teams.