This legendary store features some of the finest jewelry in the world. Here you can also find breathtaking crystal, flatware, chinaware, silverware, timepieces and fine diamond, gold, platinum, and gemstone jewelry. Shop for engagement rings and anniversary presents, or something special for a newborn baby. Anything wrapped in Tiffany's signature blue box is sure to be considered an heirloom that the recipient will treasure for generations.
This longtime Portland jewelry store has been providing Oregonians with memorable service since 1975. As direct diamond brokers, you can be assured of getting the highest quality loose diamonds at a very reasonable cost. Attractive financing offers will allow you to take your purchase home immediately. Ask one of the customer service specialists about the store's trade-in policy. In addition to diamonds, you will find plenty of other fine jewelry, perfect for that someone special. Stop by the Beaverton Mall location as well.
This downtown cigar and wine shop specializes in reasonably-priced cigars, and you will always find a wide range of varieties in stock. Wine connoisseurs will want to check out the selection of Oregon wines and international vintages. Items are available from mail order, as well. The staff is always prepared to answer questions or help you locate the perfect gift. Friendly service and convenience to MAX light rail will have you returning again and again.
Whether you need to purchase a new diamond at a dirt-cheap price or want to sell your silver coin or gold collection, this is the first place you should turn. The honest dealers buy and sell silver and gold bullion as well. You will receive a fair appraisal onsite or in your home. This reputable dealer has been serving the downtown area since 1980 and has another store in Tigard. Be sure to order your gold and silver online.
Whether you are visiting Portland from across the river or across the planet, this travel store's downtown location within Pioneer Courthouse Square couldn't be more convenient. Devoted exclusively to local, domestic and international travel, it carries the best selection of books, maps and language guides in the city. And if it doesn't have the title you are looking for, odds are that they will be able to get it for you quickly from its sister stores "Powell's City of Books" or "Powell's Books on Hawthorne". Out-of-town visitors will enjoy a few additional conveniences of its location: the nearby transit center on the square and the Cooks money exchange counter within the store.
Baja Grill Best-Mex, Da Napoli Pizzaria, Gandhi Indian Cafe, Tennessee Red's BBQ and Linda's Lunch Box are all together right here in the Downtown area. Eat at a street-side table or inside the cafeteria-style establishment. Whether you are in the city for shopping, business or sightseeing, you have a world of international players to choose from. Lunch at Tennessee Red's can be messy, but the half-rack of grilled ribs is a bargain. At Baja Grill, you will find fresh ingredients in the Mexican deli. The Grill is a big lunch spot for the city's worker bees.
This downtown shop sells all the yellow and green you need to root for the University of Oregon Ducks. Just about anything in this store would make a sensational souvenir from this neck of the woods. From clothes to knick-knacks, the quantity of duck-printed items is astounding, providing a wealth of items to choose from. If you prefer the Beavers' orange and black, the Oregon State University shop is just around the corner.
One of Smart Park's street level storefronts, this swim shop actually has four locations around town. The store is filled with swimsuits for men, women and children. To help keep toddlers heads above water, there are even suits with foam waistbands. Other needed items like goggles, fins, sandals, sun hats and beach bags can also be found here. Stop in and get outfitted, then swing by one of Portland's many public parks for a soothing splash.
Are you dreaming of shoes? This sparse and airy shoe boutique offers two floors of shopping. Between the black and white decor and every shoe standing hip and smart on its display rack, you might start to wonder if Portland is a fashion capital after all. If you do not exude the scent of cash, the staff might not spring to your side. This place is not for the squeamish of price tag.
Southwest Park Ave & Southwest Montgomery Street Portland, OR 97201
Summer Saturdays are special in the City of Roses. Not only is the Saturday Market in season, but so is all the beautiful produce that is traded at this farmers market. Spread out in the South Park Blocks near Portland State University, the market features fresh plants, flowers, herbs, breads, cheeses and organic meats. From May through October, the country harvest is brought into the city. Visitors should check out the Oregon History Center while in the area. If you are feeling adventurous, there are many other locations- one for every day of the week.