The pleasant, historic neighborhood that begins east of the Sellwood Bridge was once a separate town. Annexed by Portland in the 1890s, it retains a modest charm, with stores and restaurants along 13th Avenue carrying an interesting mix of goods and edibles. Just north is the Westmoreland neighborhood, another cluster of mostly indie retail and dining centered around the intersection of S.E. Milwaukee Avenue and S.E. Bybee Boulevard. Just east of here, you can picnic or relax in Westmoreland City Park.
S.E. 13th Ave. between S.E. Malden and S.E. Clatsop Sts., Sellwood, Portland, Oregon, 97202, United States