World-famous Flaming Spanish Coffee Ritual at Hubers. Performed at your table. Unforgetable. Portland's oldest restaurant and bar still packs them in.
Portland Streetcar Loop Use your all-week pass to do a loop on the Portland Streetcar (or pay $2 for a few hours pass). See Powells, Portland State University, NW 23rd, the Pearl, the South Waterfront development and the Tram. Eat or drink at the Spaghetti Factory chain's flagship restaurant.
Tram Ride On a clear day, you can see Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams, Mt. Jefferson, The Willamette River, The Columbia River, The Airport, Downtown, SE Portland... Get there on the Streetcar.
Eat at a restaurant with a great view (and great food). City GrillOption 1 - Pricy Lunch, Dinner or just drinks on the 30th floor of "Big Pink" the second tallest building downtown.
The Chart HouseOption 2 - Pricy Lunch, Dinner or just drinks. Southwest Hills with a view of Downtown and the Willamette River. 5700 SW Terwilliger Blvd (503) 246-6963. Take the #56 Bus (Scholls Ferry) from Downtown.
Spaghetti FactoryOption 3 - Inexpensive The international restaurant chain's flagship restaurant on the Willamette River.
Full Sail Brewing Co: RiverplaceOption 4 - Moderate prices. Streetcar, View of marina, Willamette River, Marquam Bridge, OMSI.
Chocolate to die for? Oprah thinks so. There's an outlet in the Pioneer Square Fashion Mall right downtown.
Explore the Pearl A quirk of history kept a square mile near downtown undeveloped till the late 1990's. Now it's full of upscale new shopping, eating, galleries, theaters, brew-pubs, condos and apartments. You can get there on the Streetcar.
Voodoo Doughnut World Famous. Ummmmmm. Yeah! Click the link to see why this is a must-do. Downtown.
Portland Walking Tours Fun and award-winning events explore the excitement, history, food, architecture, neighborhoods, bridges, parks, fountains, artwork, and just plain weird places in Portland Oregon.
Oregon State Parks Nature History Discovery
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Everything on the Top-10-Plus List can be visited via public transportation.
Airport to downtown is $2 each way - or included with a 7-day pass.
A 7-day TriMet pass is $23. It lets you ride all of the busses, streetcars, MAX and WES trains in their system.
The Evergreen Avaition Museum presents the one and only Spruce Goose.
Their SR-71 looks kinda small beside it.
The Avaition Museum is in the middle of wine country...
...so as long as you're in the area anyway, visit some.
The Zoo is on MAX.
Mt. St. Helens is not.
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