Twelve miles of trails wind through this 187-acre ridgetop garden above the city zoo. It's home to over 6000 species of both native and...
This tranquil, formal garden is made up of 5.5 acres of tumbling water, koi ponds, ornamental cherry trees, a ceremonial teahouse (no...
International Rose Test Garden
These gardens practically gave Portland its 'Rose City' nickname. They sprawl across 4.5 acres of manicured lawns, fountains and...
Sterling Coffee Roasters
Very small but elegant coffeeshop roasting complex, flavorful beans. Simple menu, with great cappucinos and espressos; knowledgeable...
St Honoré Boulangerie
Popular for its luscious breads and pastries, this modern-rustic bakery in the Northwest district also serves savory dishes like panini...
Pittock Mansion information
Lonely Planet review
This grand and beautiful 1914 mansion was built by pioneer-entrepreneur Henry Pittock, who revitalized the Oregonian newspaper. Guided tours are available, but it's worth visiting the (free) grounds simply to have a picnic while taking in the spectacular views.