North Mississippi Avenue
Walking into The Meadow feels like stumbling upon something that nobody has discovered before, where the beautiful, the delicious, and the unexpected are brought together for all to enjoy. We specialize in artisan salt and salt blocks, the world’s great chocolate bars, craft cocktail bitters, an...
There are so many boutique shops as well as amazing places to eat and drink all within a half mile. At the top of the block the food carts are all spectacular. Matt's BBQ if you are looking for the BEST BBQ you have ever had.
Not that far from Alberta Street, and more of a compact walking experience, the heavily gentrified Mississippi Ave is less artsy than Alberta but still packed with good intentions and interesting Portland experiences, drink, food and culture related.
Lots of fun shops and restaurants - Mississippi Pizza, Por Que No?. Check out the Rebuilding Center! There's roof carts on one end of the street with a German beer pub - Prost!
“Lots to do in this fun shoping and food center! Known as the Alberta Arts district. Has a funky fun atmosphere and there's lots to do between about 13th and 30th. ”
“The local business district. Head east (Left) on NE Stanton St then turn right up Williams Ave.”
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“23rd Avenue offers books, cards, chocolate, clothing, cosmetic, furniture, kitchen supplies, pet supplies, weed, and wine stores. You can enlist the services of psychics, massage therapists, hair stylists, nail technicians, doctors, banks, and FedEx. You can enjoy Northwest, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, French, Indian, Mediterranean, Spanish, and Korean food all along 23rd Avenue. You can imbibe coffee, tea, milkshakes, sodas, IPAs, Pilsners, Porters, Hefeweizen, and Sours from Couch Street to Yeon Street, as well as cocktails and locally distilled spirits. ”
“The chic Pearl District features galleries and cultural institutions, as well as stylish shops and acclaimed eateries. In the Pearl, loading docks and cobblestone streets hint at this former warehouse district’s past, while stylish bars and gleaming lofts point toward the future. ”
“Alberta Arts District draws locals and tourists for its art galleries, eateries and during the summer months, the Alberta Street Fair. Hit the well-known Salt n Straw for ice cream or the Tin Shed for brunch.”
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