Lan Su Chinese Garden
This classical Chinese garden is a one-block haven of tranquility, with a traditional teahouse, reflecting ponds and manicured greenery....
Don't expect flashbacks of Shanghai in Portland's lackluster Chinese quarter, which begins (and largely ends) at the deceptively...
New Market Theater
This landmark was built in 1872 and is notable for the cast iron arches facing SW 1st Ave, all that are left of its north wing.
Past the old historic storefront here is a classy gay-centric restaurant–piano bar. It's a quiet, relaxed place and good for a romantic...
There's nothing quite like this standing-room-only hole-in-the-wall (pun intended) spot. It bakes creative, sickly-sweet treats – go for...
120 NW 3rd Ave · interesting places nearby
Shanghai Tunnels information
Downtown Portland's basements were once connected by tunnels running beneath the streets and down to riverside docks. While built for shipping and flood control, rumors persist they were also used to transport unconscious men to be sold to unscrupulous ship's captains. Most of the tunnels have long been sealed, but remnants can be visited on tour.