Nob Hill

Fashionable since the 1880s and still filled with Victorian houses, Nob Hill is a mixed-use cornucopia of old Portland charm and new Portland retail and dining. With its cafés, restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, it's a great place to stroll, shop, and people-watch. A quite trendy neighborhood in the 1980s and ‘90s, Nob Hill feels more established but no less inviting today. At the southern end of 23rd, on the blocks nearest Burnside, you’ll mostly encounter upscale chain shops, whereas more independent and generally less spendy retail proliferates farther north. More restaurants and nightspots, along with a handful of shops, line Northwest 21st Avenue, two blocks east of 23rd. The Portland Streetcar runs from Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital on 23rd, connecting with the Pearl District and downtown.

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Clear Creek Distillery

A pioneer in what has become an internationally acclaimed local distillery scene, this producer of high-quality spirits is tucked down…

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Temple Beth Israel

The imposing sandstone, brick, and stone structure with a massive domed roof and Byzantine styling was completed in 1928, and…

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Bull Run Distilling

Opened in 2011, this exceptional small-batch spirits producer joined long-established Clear Creek as yet another highly quaffable reason to explore…

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