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East Burnside and 28th Avenue

  • E. Burnside St. from 22nd to 28th Aves., and 28th Ave. from N.E. Glisan to S.E. Stark Sts. Map It
  • Northeast
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Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

A roughly T-shaped dining and retail district that's less defined but no less popular and impressive than some of the East Side's other culinary and shopping hot spots (like N.E. Alberta and Division Street), this diverse neighborhood comprises a slew of mostly food-related ventures along East Burnside Street from about 22nd to 28th avenues. Then, where Burnside meets 28th Avenue, you'll find several blocks of first-rate eateries as well as a handful of boutiques in either direction, heading north up to about Glisan Street and south down to about Stark Street. The historic Laurelhurst Theater anchors the intersection of 28th and Burnside, and top foodie haunts in these parts include Heart Coffee Roasters, Davenport, Screen Door, Tusk, Navarre, Alma Chocolate, PaaDee, Laurelhurst Market, Crema Coffee & Bakery (and the small but excellent food-cart pod containing Wolf and Bear's for Middle Eastern food and Le Pantry for French bistro fare), Vino wineshop, Ken's Artisan Pizza, Bamboo Sushi, and Canteen vegan restaurant and juice bar. The neighborhood isn't close to any light-rail stops, but you can get here easily from Downtown via Bus 20, and street parking is free and abundant.

Sight Information


E. Burnside St. from 22nd to 28th Aves., and 28th Ave. from N.E. Glisan to S.E. Stark Sts., Kerns, Portland, Oregon, 97214, USA

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Published 01/19/2016


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