St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, but you don’t have to wait any longer to enjoy the rich heritage of the Irish if you order up a hearty plate of the Emerald Isle’s best meals at Kells Irish Pub
The Portland Art Museum, the West Coast’s first museum dedicated solely to artistic endeavors, is a sprawling collection of galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden.
Since the first vine was planted in 1965, the Willamette Valley has gained worldwide fame as a premier Pinot Noir growing region. Today, this 100-mile-long strip of paradise boasts over seven hundred vineyards and the distinction of being named 2016 Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
Spring has sprung in the Rose City and there’s no better place to enjoy this beautiful weather than Portland’s many waterfront parks and trails. Get outside and take a walk on the banks of the Willamette River.
Portland’s best blues artists play throughout the week at North Portland’s Mock Crest Tavern, a working class neighborhood bar on NoPo’s Lombard Street.