including RAM Restaurant & Brewery,
Claim Jumper, Noodles & Company,
Native Foods Café, Pieology, Chipotle and
Sinju Sushi is sure to wow!
Cedar Hills Crossing
3205 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard
Beaverton, OR 97005; 503-643-6563
Cedar Hills Crossing has everything – a
couple of neighborhood grocery stores (New
Seasons Market and Winco), a 16-screen
movie theater (Century 16 Cedar Hills), a
bowling alley (Sunset Lanes) and an outpost
of the world’s largest independently owned
new and used bookstore (Powell’s Books).
This expansive shopping complex features a
variety of informal dining options from slow
food movement purveyor, Buggati’s Italian
to L&L Hawaiian’s franchise fare, as well as
favorites like Firehouse Subs and Cold Stone
Creamery. Shops include Storables, Sports
Authority, Sleep Country USA, Dancefit
Oregon, Game Trader, and more.
Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets
450 NW 257th Way
Troutdale, OR 97060; 503-669-8060
A short 15 miles from downtown Portland,
this hidden gem is worth the trek. Jam-packed
with over 45 outlet stores from Levi’s and
Gap to Calvin Klein and Coach, you can
enjoy the Gorge-ous scenery along the way.
Just when you think you’re about ready to
drop, stop into nearby McMenamins Edge-
field for lunch and a pint of refreshing Ruby
from the brewery, or a glass of their finest
Pinot Gris from the on-campus winery, or a
sip of hogshead whiskey or nectar sweet pear
brandy from the distillery. Still wound up?
Drop by Ruby’s Salon & Spa for a relaxing
massage or facial.
4000 SE 82nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97266
This eastside shopping center is just the
thing for your daily to-do list. Anchored
by one of the few Walmarts in the metro
area, Eastport Plaza features an L.A.
Fitness, Starbucks, Dollar Store, Radio
Shack, Century 16 Cinemas and Great
Clips. While fast food abounds in the area,
you can also enjoy some of Portland’s best
dim sum at HK Café or tuck into some
finger-lickin’ chicken wings paired with
any of a variety of sauces at Wingstop.
Jantzen Beach SuperCenter
1405 Jantzen Beach Center
Portland, OR 97217; 503-718-1133
Recently remodeled, the Jantzen Beach
shopping center features Target, The
Home Depot, Burlington Coat Factory,
Toys R Us/Babies R Us, Ross Dress for
Less, TJ Maxx, Lane Bryant, Ulta Beauty,
and Michaels. Stanford’s, McDonald’s,
Panera Bread, and BJ’s Restaurant and
Brewery await hungry shoppers.
2201 Lloyd Center, Portland, OR 97232
With over 200 stores, Lloyd Center is
Oregon's largest mall. Opened in 1960, it’s
also the area’s oldest mall and features three
stories (two for shopping and a third for the
food court and business offices) as well as a
large ice skating rink at its center. Anchor
stores include Nordstrom, Macy's and
Sears. Other stores include Barnes & Noble,
Made in Oregon, Victoria’s Secret, Ulta,
Aéropostale, Old Navy, Torrid, Suncoast
Motion Picture Co. and many more.
700 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR
This is a shopping experience like none other
in the metro area. Nestled in the heart of
downtown Portland and spanning four city
blocks and four floors, connected by underground tunnel and upper level pedestrian
bridge, Pioneer Place (named after the adjacent
Pioneer Courthouse Square a.k.a. Portland’s
Living Room) houses some of the most exclusive shopping experiences in Oregon like Saks
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