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Downtown Portland Tour
"Your food walking tour of downtown Portland and the Pearl District begins at Brasserie Montmartre a French-American restaurant in the historic Calumet building where you’ll meet your guide and start your culinary adventure with something like a chef’s-choice salad with seasonal produce. Continue your tour with your guide stopping at some of the most popular restaurants and food trucks in the neighborhood. Exact itineraries vary slightly each day but you can expect an array of food and drinks enjoyed at locations that show you the wide range of Portland’s culinary scene from upscale eateries to casual classics to sweet shops. You may try food from the country of Georgia a Mexican dish that only uses ingredients from local farmers markets
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Essential Portland Bike Tour
"Meet us at our convenient downtown location and pick out bikes as we get ready to head out on the town. Rolling through the heart of China Town and in to Tom McCall Waterfront Park our first stop is at the Japanese American Historical Plaza for a bit of history and a look at the ever changing cityscape. Continuing on participants experience world class bike paths and scenic vistas of the Portland skyline on our way to visiting green neighborhoods and successful commerce spaces. Enjoy the smooth path through Portland’s Park Blocks and visit our newest park for beer and craft culture here.""""This signature bike tour and ideal introduction to the City of Roses. Visit historic Old Town
From $39.00
 
Portland Segway Tour
"After checking in at the local operator’s office in Portland just a couple of blocks from the Willamette River your Segway tour begins with training to make sure you are comfortable with your electric self-balancing two-wheeler. When your group is ready follow your guide and enjoy your 1- or 2-hour city Segway adventure! River Sightseeing Segway Tour (1 hour) With your local guide travel effortlessly by Segway along the west bank of the Willamette River stopping at times to take photos and hear stories and fun facts from your guide. Make your way to some of Portland’s most popular attractions such as Chinatown
From $49.00

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Delta Café and Bar

My first visit to The Delta Café happened a bit by accident. I needed a bit of something to eat, and saw the hand-painted sign and thought it would be an interesting place to try. At that time (about...
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Mezza Middle Eastern

For many years what Middle Eastern restaurants there were in Portland tended to be in the upper east side, such as around Hawthorne or Belmont and 11th through 20th.The family that owns Mezza managed...
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Bai Mint Thai Kitchen

Bai Mint knows its competition all too well, as they are across the street from Tom Yum Thai Cuisine, which is one of the most popular restaurants in Woodstock. They have priced their proportions...
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Putters Bar and Grill

Named for a golf course that is one mile west of here and really not in the Woodstock area, Putters Bar and Grill is really aimed at being a neighborhood bar, but the market here is a bit crowded with...
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Mickey Finn's Brew Pub

There are two very different sections to this facility: there is the huge front room, with the full bar and two televisions tuned to sports games, and a fair amount of activity. There is then the back...
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Super Torta (Woodstock Location)

While it is possible to order food from Super Torta that contains no meat, it must be done as a special request. By that measure, Super Torta has become unusual in the Woodstock area, as many of the...
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Wong's Garden

This is actually a second choice for Asian food in the Woodstock area. By far the highest choice on the list should be Tom Yum, but that place is so popular on some nights it is difficult to find a...
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Best Teriyaki and Sushi

Businesses in Woodstock don't tend to close often, but they do seem to move around a bit. When Pace Setter Athletic decided to move closer to the Safeway Store and across the street, a new Japanese...
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Woodstock Wine and Deli

While the building is rather boxy and not too much to look at on the outside, on the inside this is a reasonably popular gathering place, with a number of soup and sandwich options, plus an entire...
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Laughing Planet

The first time I ate in a Laughing Planet restaurant was sometime around 1997, in their location on SE Belmont. I thoroughly expected a thoroughly eccentric style of eatery, but was unfortunately...
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Pizza Roma

First: be warned: the web site for this place is very heavy into flash media!The basics of Pizza Roma are fairly simple: select the pizza slice from the display case, they heat it up to a hotter...
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Tom-Yum Thai Cuisine

In my opinion, Tom Yum Thai is a wonderful and economical place to eat. Sure, there are a number of other places to eat on this section of SE Woodstock, but some of the other places are a bit more...
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3031 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, Oregon, 97214, United States
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Things to Do Near Woodstock

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OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science & Industry

Harald's conference organizers have planned a day trip to visit the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in combination of the Portland Aerial Tram ride. The museum was founded in 1944. I found the...
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Portland Aerial Tram

I just love anything with expansive views! And, the ride on this tram did not disappoint. Harald's conference organizers had planned a day trip to do the aerial tram and visit the Oregon Museum of...
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Portland City Hall

Merrill Auditorium is the historic auditorium at Portland City Hall. It's home to the Portland Symphony Orchestra and PCA Great Performances. The performance schedule is a little light in the summer...
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Pioneer Courthouse Square

This is probably considered the center point of Downtown Portland. There is an information center located here along with public restrooms. A large open space with lots of people hanging out, having...
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Art Museum

The Portland Art Museum was founded in 1892, which makes it the oldest art museum on the West Coast. Although its collection was rather small at first, the museum soon gained popularity thanks to the...
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Powell's City of Books

While Super Stores are not a big favorite of mine and you might guess would not be popular in an alternative kind of town like Portland, Powell's City of Books is a mega store with a grass roots...
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