Portland’s Pearl District

The Pearl District is home to some of the city’s best-known chefs and restaurants, world-class art galleries, and vibrant shops and boutiques. The Pearl District has transformed over the years while maintaining unique historical elements much like the Harlow Hotel. Portland’s Pearl has something for everyone from arts & history to fine dining & shopping. 

Dining

Nuvrei

Petite bakery open for breakfast & lunch, specializing in coffee, sandwiches & French pastries.

Butterfly Belly Asian Cuisine

Cheery, tidy eatery serving a wide variety of noodle & rice dishes, plus cocktails, beer & wine.

Deschutes Brewery Portland Public House

Beers brewed on-site & gourmet pub grub in a converted auto-body shop with a fireplace & wood beams.

Burrito Bar

A variety of Caribbean sweet & spicy fillings wrapped up in counter-serve digs with a modern feel.

Attractions

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Tranquil botanical garden featuring rare plants native to China, decorative stonework & a tea shop.

Roseland Theater

Cozy, mostly standing-room-only concert hall with a storied history & cash-only tickets & drinks.

Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center

Intimate museum with exhibits focusing on Japanese-American experiences in the 1940s.

Skidmore Fountain

Dedicated in 1888, this inscribed bronze fountain is known as the city’s oldest piece of public art.