7455 SW Bridgeport Road, Tigard, OR 97224
This sprawling, premiere outdoor mall
features a mix of local one-of-a-kind
shops and internationally renowned
retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue OFF
5TH, Cole Haan, J. Crew and Lululemon
Athletica. Hungry? Enjoy some of the
most exciting dining in the area with
Portland fav, Koi Fusion or eateries like
California Pizza Kitchen and PF Changs.
Bring the kids and make a day of it with
an outdoor playground and the IMAX
9721 NE Cascades Parkway
Portland, OR 97220; 503-643-8389
Located near the Portland International
Airport and flanked by Best Buy and
IKEA at either end, the Cascade Station
shopping experience includes plentiful
eateries and everything from LOFT
Outlet, Banana Republic Factory Store
and Morgan Jewelers to Golf Galaxy and
Clackamas Town Center
12000 SE 82nd Avenue
Happy Valley, OR 97086; 503-653-6913
With more than 180 specialty stores like
Michael Kors, PINK – Victoria’s Secret,
Clarks, H&M, Justice, Oregon’s largest
Barnes & Noble and a full-line Disney
Store, as well as eight anchor stores
(including Nordstrom, Macy’s and
Macy’s Home Store) and a 20-screen
stadium-style XD Century Theatre, it’s
no wonder Clackamas Town Center is the
Portland metro area’s most visited mall.
It also boasts an impressive collection of
restaurants including RAM Restaurant
& Brewery, Claim Jumper, Noodles &
Company, 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 Foods),
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
the Pacific Northwest seafood chain,
McGrath’s Fish House, to L&L Hawaiian’s franchise fare, as well as favorites like
Firehouse Subs and Cold Stone Creamery.
Shops include Storables, Bricks & Mini-figs, Mattress Firm, Craft Warehouse,
Game Trader, and more.
Columbia Gorge 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 Christpher & Banks
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 Edgefield 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 perhaps, 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
MAJOR AREA MALLS & SHOPPING CENTERS
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 Tree, Game
If you love to shop, the Portland metro area is the
place to be, with everything you need to get your retail
therapy on in every quadrant of the city and beyond.
From classic all-in-one malls, to open-air shopping
centers and outlet stores to small, curated boutiques,
local designers, and funky thrift shops. The only danger
here is, once you start, you just might not stop!
Lloyd Center / Photo by Christian Columbres