Puckerfest, held at Belmont Station in Portland, Oregon, celebrates sour and wild beers every July.
Oregon-based convenience store chain Plaid Pantry now offers Bicycle Aid Stations at each of its 109 locations throughout Oregon and Washington, complete with flat repair kits, basic tools and a floor pump.
Tucked away in a corner of Northeast Portland sits a hidden gem for the "City of Roses". While many visitors to Portland know to see the beautiful terraces of the International Test Garden in Washington Park, few are aware that an even older -- and equally lovely -- garden has been painstakingly revived inside Peninsula Park.
Washington Park Portland International Rose Test Garden is the oldest public test garden in the United States, and helps give Portland its title of City of Roses.
While Portland’s Downtown has many independent coffee shops to draw both worker and tourist alike, some of “Stumptown’s” oldest shops sprouted on the other side of the river, in the neighborhoods of Northeast Portland. Here we survey the best of these Northeast shops.
Barista Coffee is an award-winning shop with four locations in Portland. Using a variety of small-batch roasts sourced both locally and abroad, the baristas - who have won numerous competitions - pour perfect shots, every time.
Oregon Cider Week brings the region's best ciders to locations throughout Portland and Oregon for a full 10-day celebration.
The North American Organic Brewers Festival is a beer fest with a conscience, blending delicious beer with a sustainable ethic every June at North Portland's Overlook Park.
Stumptown Coffee Roasters, one of the oldest small-batch roasters in Portland, maintains its iconic status with its downtown location.
In the cart villages on SW Alder and PSU, Olé Latte offers charm, conversation and one-of-a-kind syrups to the coffee connoisseur.