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Forest Park

Forest Park and Pittock Mansion
9:00am – 11:30am

An idyllic and expansive park, perfect for exploring the damp, fern-filled forests of the Pacific Northwest. One of the largest urban forest reserves in the country. Many entrance points, though we recommend parking at the Upper Macleay Trail Cornell parking lot, and hiking up the Wildwood Trial to Pittock Mansion.

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Please Louise for Lunch
12:00 noon – 1:30pm

Swing into Please Louise for lunch. We recommend starting with the Brussels Sprouts with fried goat cheese, sherry gastrique, and pine nuts. Then move into one of their many fine pizzas, including the Wild Mushroom with chanterelles, pancetta, fontina, gorgonzola, sage, and honey, and the Bittersweet with braised radicchio, smoked mozzarella, walnuts, and balsamic reduction.

1505 NW 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97210

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Fullerton Tasting Room
2:00pm – 4:00pm

The Fullerton Wine Bar and Tasting Room brings Willamette Valley wine country into the city. Guests experience unparalleled hospitality paired with the elegant wines of Alex Fullerton, a rising star of Willamette winemaking. You can select from our Core Flight or the expansive Single Vineyard Flight, while noshing on our stunning charcuterie and cheese platters (you will not be disappointed). Wines also available by the glass or bottle.

1966 NW Pettygrove St, Portland, OR 97209

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Cerulean Wine and/or Boedecker Cellars
4:30pm – 6:30pm

Two wineries and friends share our neighborhood. Cerulean explores the Columbia Gorge AVA, a relatively small growing region near Hood River, Oregon. Boedecker dives deep into Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, crafting their boutique wines in industrial NW Portland.

Cerulean Wine Bar
1439 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR 97209

Boedecker Cellars
2621 NW 30th Ave, Portland, OR 97210

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Irving Street Kitchen: Dinner Option A
7:00pm – 10:00pm

Enjoy a stunning dinner with our friends at Irving Street Kitchen. The ambiance sets the stage for the feast for all senses about to begin. We recommend the Irving Street Gravlax with dill creme fraiche, turmeric pickled cucumbers, and lefse flatbread, Pacific Northwest Oysters (selection of the day), Squid Ink Risotto with chorizo, clams, grana padano, and truffle oil, and Pan Roasted Duck Breast with radicchio, and mushroom madiera glaze.

701 Northwest 13th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97209

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Imperial: Dinner Option B
7:00pm – 10:00pm

Imperial features an impressive wood fire grill and rotisserie, utilizing this primitive burning campfire to cook up local Pacific Northwest delights. We recommend the Smoked Mushrooms with bone marrow, lemon, and parsley, Duck Meatballs with aromatic spices, orange gremolata, red wine and poached prunes, and Grilled Quail Knots with chestnut puree, golden bulger, and pomegranate seeds.

410 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205

Andina

Andina: Dinner Option C
7:00pm – 10:00pm

A Peruvian restaurant with both charm and bustle, Andina provides both well-appointed platings and fireworks of flavor. We recommend starting with De Pescado “5 Elementos” with fresh fish in leche de tigre, followed by Palta Rellena de Cangrejo, an avocado stuffed with crab, topped with a poached prawn and aioli de rocoto, and ending with the iconic Lomo Saltado with Cascade Natural beef tenders, onions, tomatoes, oyster sauce, tamari, garlic and ají amarillo.

1314 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209

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Inn at Northrup Station

End your day at this perfectly Portland hotel. The boutique Inn at Northrup Station is colorful, clean, and joyful. Expect to relax . . . with a grin.

2025 NW Northrup St, Portland, OR 97209

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