West End: Oddities
From strip institutions to periodical paradises, Old Portland is alive and well around here.
West End: Food & Drink
Subterranean cocktail bunkers, a Northwest brunch mecca, and one of the city's best food cart pods. Explore this neighborhood while you're hungry.
The $50 million-plus Providence Park expansion will be privately funded.
Hosting foreign executives? Taking the team out for martinis? Just want to wear a suit? We’ve got a crisp-linen tablecloth for you.
A new exhibit showcases a time before parking lots.
Legendary landscape architect Douglas Macy will talk about a key thread of the city's urban DNA on Tuesday, Oct 11.
Portland's tourism boom means an impending glut of shiny new hotels. What are the veterans doing to stay fresh?
Readers, we want your thoughts: where do the real locals hang out?
Portland Monthly Staff
Say goodbye to another piece of Old Portland, as rising rents and changing tastes claim the 37-year-old import food shop.
On March 14, the 105-year-old hotel will unveil a $6 million renovation and rebrand
The city's southern end is waking up, with new projects aiming to tap the college-crowd population boom
Urban revival draws major brands back to city centers.