8225 NE Wasco Street
Portland, OR 97220
Phone: (503) 408-8000
Fax: (503) 408-0505
Packed to the rafters with antiques and salvaged garden ornaments, this antique emporium is a must-visit for home decorators, collectors and enthusiasts. Add a touch of romance and old-world charm to your home by introducing ornate vintage furniture and accents, and turn your backyard into a charming garden with classic patio furniture. The market is divided into organized booths with a collection from over 100 dealers, each showcasing antique buffets, rugs, wrought iron chairs, oak cabinets, chests and various other items. Occasional exhibitions are also held where dealers showcase the rarest of rare pieces. And since all the browsing and treasure hunting is sure to leave you famished, don't forget to stop by Monti's Cafe in the back for a bite.
Named for the nearby interstate freeway, this mall offers more than 75 stores and some local flavor with the Emporium department store. Be sure to take in a movie before or after shopping. The mall is conveniently located near many other shops and restaurants; if what you are looking for is not inside this indoor strip mall, it is bound to be nearby. With all of the neighboring businesses, there is quite a selection of entertainment and shopping out here.
Crammed into a storefront in an old mini-mall, this wonderful consignment shop sells children's clothes, infant through pre-teen, organized on tidy racks. There is also a department for toys and necessities such as car seats. Most of the merchandise is in excellent condition and well worth the low asking prices. You will even find some unused stock. In the back of the store, there is a rack filled with items for $1. There is also a small maternity section for moms-to-be.
Fubonn Shopping Center is a pre-dominantly Asian shopping center which provides all the essential products, a typically Asian household may need. From condiments, Asian sauces, canned goods, noodles and vegetarian snack options, Fubonn is a wonderfully equipped store for folks with Asian taste buds. If you have been meaning to dish up a nice Asian dinner for a while, then stepping inside Fubonn will definitely be a step in the right direction.
Located right next to Duane Sorenson's The Woodsman Tavern, this is the grocery store owned by him. An extensive variety of meats and cheeses dominate the products sold at this small store; shoppers can choose from locally sourced and imported varieties. The butcher section offers deli meats and fresh cuts. Moreover, eggs, wines, milk, oils and pickles can also be purchased here. The Woodsman Market also provides freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and soups.
This boutique on the trendy Hawthorne strip is full of surprises. This is where glossy embroidered prints and combat camouflage blend effortlessly. While the store itself seems a bit unfinished, the wear on the carpet around the racks show that it is established. The merchandise is mostly imported, offering exotic styles at affordable prices. Among the garments, you will find interesting gifts like printed paper lanterns that light up, cartoon character journals, and refrigerator magnets.
This record shop comes as a refreshing change from the host of other music stores selling all and sundry stuff. Music Millennium's collection of music is class apart and a treasure trove for true blue music lovers. And, if you are looking for a particular label, then the friendly staff will gladly assist you with your shopping spree. Apart from that, Music Millennium attracts huge crowds during its music events like concerts and autograph signing sessions. For more details and gig guide, call ahead.
The land of wonderful gifts, unusual ideas and quirky tastes is here in Portland. Presents of Mind is chock full of unique gift options, kid's clothing, handbags, books, jewelry, and a whole range of greeting cards. If you are looking for a souvenir to take back home, you'll find plenty of uniquely Portlandia merchandise on sale. This uber-cute store will definitely find a fan in you, with their varied items available at a diverse range of prices.
Drop by here to stock up on chips, candy, colas and other junk food before you head to your pal's for a movie. Be warned, however—you'll find only vegan items here, so non-vegetarians have no option but to pacify themselves with the fake meat selection. There's a hoard of imported goods that might also grab your interest. So either stop by to pick up what you want, or shop online from the comforts of your home.
With a wide selection of coffee, and an even greater variety of mugs to choose from, this is a coffee lover's kind of place. Sure, Starbucks is only a block away, but you will not find the unusual cups and other trinkets. The coffee also has a worldly flavor with South America, Africa and more exotic coffee producers represented. There is plenty of chocolate and other candy, too. It is just what the doctor ordered for a day of shopping in this Bohemian part of town.
Another of the wonderful Portland boutiques, this store specializes in romantic looks. From exotic ethnic themes to country florals, even a tomboy can be transformed into a fairy princess here. Voiles and crepes are cut to flatter a woman's figure, and although the styles are hip, the shapes and fabrics are gratefully forgiving. You will also find an interesting assortment of accessories and toiletries from shoes and non-prescription glasses to soaps and candles.
It is difficult to describe Old Salt Marketplace in just one word; the space is home to a restaurant, bar, deli and a butcher shop. The only thing old about this place is that it strives to provide guests with traditional American products. Opened in 2013, executive chef Tim Wastell delights patrons with a seasonal menu that highlights the best ingredients of the time. Guests can enjoy delicious concoctions at the bar, prepared by mixologist, Mike Stassek; what makes the cocktail at Old Market unique, is the use of homemade syrups. Purchase fresh cuts of pork, beef and chicken from the meat section, or take home a delicious sandwich or soup from the deli counter.