Rodeway Inn Portland Airport

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

9723 NE Sandy Blvd., (formerly Travelodge), Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States
Rodeway Inn Portland Airport
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  • Couples80
  • Solo66
  • Business57

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Forum Posts

Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by valerie7277

Hi -- I'm looking for a recommendation for a nice mid-level to upscale restaurant somewhere in/near the Pearl District. I'd like something with a decent wine/drink list, nice ambiance and possibly regional cuisine (but open to anything if it's really good :)

Thanks in advance!!
Valerie

Re: Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by glabah

Unfortunately, the Pearl District is the one place in town I try really hard to stay out of.

However, I do suggest the Willamette Week's Food Finder.
This should get you to the one for Northwest Portland:
http://wweek.com/story.php?story=13206&quad=4

Re: Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by Coggy

If I snack there at all it is in the Safeway grocery store in the deli area provided for that purpose. Good selection, but perhaps not up to your standards. Safeway is at north end of the Pearl District.

Whole Foods, nominally a health food store, has a similar deli area at the south end of the Pearl. Further south then that, across Burnside Street, is the Squirrel District & not a tree in sight.

Re: Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by Coggy

Catty-corner from Powell's City Of Books on 10th & Burnside is Rocco's Pizza; beer too, I think.

The ACE Hotel, popular among the young & young at heart, is a block south of Powell's on Stark street. Kenny & Zuke's deli, located on the west corner is elbow to elbow during lunch hour. Their speciality seems to be sandwiches too big to eat. The Clyde Common, aside the hotel entrance, may be more to your liking if the hours are right.

Then again, it may not. The Ace is also in the heart of Portland's all but invisible gay district if that is a matter of concern. I did not know until a newspaper article a few years ago it even existed. I guess you have to know on which doors to knock.

A streetcar loops through the Pearl on NW 10th Avenue, thence west to NW 23rd Avenue & back again to 11th Avenue heading back out of the Pearl. Jamison Park is boxed by north & south bound streetcars. A cafe abutting the north end should suit you to a T.

I prefer Hotlips Pizza near the northbound Johnson Street streetcar stop.

Where the eastbound streetcar turns right off Lovejoy onto 11th southbound is another cafe that may be to your liking. Safe too, that's where the cops hang out. Where truck driver hang out, I don't know. Anyhow, there are several eateries located in this area that should serve your needs, but not clustered together.

Re: Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by Coggy

CORRECTOMS: Cop stop mentioned earlier is a Starbucks.

There are two cafe's at the north end of Jamison Park. One has a grand summertime view of toddlers frolicing in what must be the most popular wadding pool in the history of the whirl; the other does not.

Re: Restaurant Recommendation in the Pearl District

by Herkbert

Hi Valerie,

Not sure if you've already gone, but one that was recommended to us was Ten 01. We'll be there in another week and can let you know details if you still need them.

Travel Tips for Portland

My Favorite Thing About Portland?

by glabah

The form entry says "Please enter the single most important activity or site you would take someone, if they had never been to Portland before" but for me I would ask them what types of things they like. Portland, and the surrounding area, has a lot of variety so whatever the person is most interested in can usually be found.

I think it would be good for someone to visit the Pittock Mansion, the Rose Gardens (NOT the arena, but the actual garden in Washington Park) or Mt. Tabor so that they can see the entire city sky line.

Depending on the time or year and the personal preferences of the person involved, it would be good to take them somewhere where they could find some local craft items. Portland Saturday Market might be a good choice for that, or a Made in Oregon stores, or if there is a local art and craft show or one of the farmer's markets going on certainly we would visit that because they might have some good unique items. The form says to "Please share your best memory of Portland or what you miss the most when you are away from Portland."

What I miss most when I am away from the Portland area are the parks with hiking trails in them. Many other cities I have visited don't have that type of resource available right inside the city.

Tipping in Portland

by machomikemd

Tipping in restaurants:

Servers 15-20%
Cocktail 15-20%
Bartender 15-20% or $1 per drink before meal
Wine Steward 10% of wine bill
If bar has a cover charge do not tip on it
Busboys 0 - unless something unusual
Maitre d 0 unless something special
Coat check - $1
Restroom attendant $1
Strolling musician $2-3 if playing a requested song

Moving to city

by ZanieOR

One trend in Portland seems to be building upscale urban housing complexes in the downtown area.
Some of the areas which used to be pretty industrial and/or downtown are becoming the home of nices shops, trendy restaurants and expensive condos that has many well-off babyboomers downscaling from the suburbs or traditional residential neighborhoods to move to the center of things.
One section of the downtown that has seen this kind of commercial urban renewal is called the Pearl District.

Portland is a city that is...

by Rude_boy22

Portland is a city that is very clean, ecological, and very polite for the North. Drivers here should make sure to give pedestrians the right of way, people get real upset when you block a crosswalk. Tipping at 15-20% is most common.

Sky Tram

by Rixie

The Portland Aerial Tram off the south waterfront affords some wonderful views of Portland. It was built to be a convenient means of transportation from the main road to the OHSU (Oregon Health Sciences University) hospital high on the hill, but it's open to everyone. The day we were there, a bride and groom and their wedding party were taking the tram to the top for photos.

The public areas of OHSU are impressive, full of glass and light and much-needed areas for hospital visitors to rest and reflect. The Starbucks at the hospital is like a huge hotel lobby, with comfortable seating, and there are beautiful views of Mount Hood from the terrace.

The tram costs $4 for a round-trip, free for children six and under. It's a gentle journey, but not one for those with acrophobia. SW Gibbs near SW Moody, accessible from Portland streetcar line. See website for maps.

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 Rodeway Inn Portland Airport

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Address: 9723 NE Sandy Blvd., (formerly Travelodge), Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States