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  • 9.3

    Little t American Baker

    Bakery 2600 SE Division St Portland, OR

    People also say (29 tips):

    • Whit B.
      Whit Breeden: "Muffins, pastries, and scones, oh my. Always a tough decision but you'll always win in the end no matter what you get. My new favorite is the marionberry drop biscuit. Dynamite."
  • 9.4

    Salt & Straw

    Ice Cream Shop 838 NW 23rd Ave Portland, OR

    People also say (283 tips):

    • Josh B.
      Josh Baker: "Great portion sizes, for a great price. Best of all, incredibly good ice cream. I can't have lactose and their lactose free options were literally the best ice cream I've ever had."
  • 9.3

    ATAULA

    Tapas Restaurant 1818 NW 23rd Pl Portland, OR

    People also say (30 tips):

    • Eater
      Eater: "The tapas combine similar levels of comforting familiarity and playfulness: beef & potato "bombas" in a suitably spicy sauce; an almost-savory sangria is the perfect drink. [Eater 38 Member]"
  • 9.5

    Powell's City of Books

    Bookstore 1005 W Burnside St Portland, OR

    People also say (469 tips):

    • Roy B.
      Roy Britton: "Great place. Get lost, I mean it. If you love books there isn't a better place on earth. Wall to wall, floor to floor, section to subsection. Get lost inside, you'll be happy you did."
  • 9.3

    Hollywood Theatre

    Indie Movie Theater 4122 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR

    People also say (48 tips):

    • The Wall Street Journal
      The Wall Street Journal: "This 1,500-seat Art Deco palace has a marquee that rises above the neighborhood like a beacon. The nonprofit Film Action Oregon runs it, showing independent films and teaching kids to make movies."
  • 9.6

    Forest Park - Wildwood Trail

    Trail 317 SW Alder St Portland, OR

    People also say (26 tips):

    • Colin N.
      Colin Nelson: "Trails are nice, fresh air is amazing, but drive out east to Vista House if you want an experience you'll never forget!"

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  • 9.3

    Peninsula Park / Rose Garden

    Playground N Albina and Ainsworth Portland, OR

    People also say (23 tips):

    • David M.
      David Molina: "An amazingly beautiful treasure of a park/rose garden/and fountain area. Cloudy or sunny nice place to take family for a stroll to admire this gem."
    • Quonji
      Quonji: "Amazingly fragrant and well kept rare gem of a park."
  • 9.5

    Washington Park

    Park 2368 W Burnside St Portland, OR

    People also say (35 tips):

    • Paulina P.
      Paulina Proa: "It includes a zoo, forestry museum, arboretum, children's museum, rose garden, Japanese garden, soccer field, picnic areas, playgrounds, public art and many acres of wild forest with miles of trails."
    • HISTORY
      HISTORY: "The park first opened in 1871 & was first known as City Park. John C. Olmsted gave the park its current name in 1909. It is also the site of Portland's first zoo."
  • 9.4

    Laurelhurst Park

    Park Laurelhurst Park Portland, OR

    People also say (42 tips):

    • Carl F.
      Carl Figueiredo: "One of Portland's crown jewels. Beautiful public space with mature trees and natural settings. Places like this make Portland what it is."
    • Darkest Hour A.
      Darkest Hour Apparel: "Love this park so much. A perfect location for relaxing and taking in all the greenery, beautiful trees and loads of flowers. Summertime this park is very busy. Highly recommend."

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