Valerie F. said, "...his Layover show (and, yes, they lived up to the talk:): Apizza Scholls - great pizza! An Xuyen Bakery - Vietnamese Voodoo Doughnuts Nong's Khao Man Gai - Thai The Big Egg - Brunch Port of Buenos Aires - Lunch spot..." See More
Brian H. said, "...go wrong by hitting up Pok Pok Restaurant or Luc Lac Vietnamese Kitchen. Everyone also will tell you to go to Voodoo Doughnuts and wait in that ridiculous line. But if you actually want a good donut and not a hyper colored..." See More
Michael M. said, "...lamb stew and Irish soda bread. At Dan & Louis' I usually order the oyster stew or pan-fried Yaquina Bay oysters. Voodoo Doughnuts, 22 SW 3rd Avenue, is located nearby and open 24/7. If you've ever wanted to try a bacon..." See More
Brianne S. said, "...Tours is a company that explores Portland's old tunnel system. Portland also has some great eateries, with two well-known establishments being Voodoo Doughnuts and Salt & Straw Ice Cream. Hope this helps!..." See More
Tiffany W. said, "...out. If the weather is nice, just walk. Enjoy the typical Portland vibe. The "Keep Portland Wierd" sign is across from Voodoo Doughnuts near Burnside road. Powell's Books is one of those amazing places you can get lost in (and have a..." See More
Liz A. said, "...The Portland Saturday Market and Voodoo Doughnuts are a must! Multnomah Falls is a very convenient waterfall with some hiking trails, but can be crowded. So many breweries, I have only been to a few and can't say I'm a beer connoisseur,..." See More
Jon C. said, "...things off the Pok Pok menu. After walk down to Salt & Straw for the best ice cream you'll ever have. Voodoo Doughnuts is okay but for a real delicacy try Blue Star Donuts. Just a much better donut that still fits..." See More
Jp C. said, "...funky boutiques and restaurants. Stumptown Coffee Roasters is a decent place to grab a "high end" coffee to wash down your Voodoo Doughnuts. However, voodoo is now a tourist trap. Portland also has over 500 food carts - here are two..." See More
Gina N. said, "...and recently moved for school. It's a beautiful city and I miss it so much. If your heart is set on Voodoo Doughnuts, by all means go for it, but I feel like it's a little overrated. In my opinion, Blue..." See More
Vicki W. said, "...Don't miss Blue Star Donuts as it's way better than Voodoo Doughnuts But you should do your own comparison! Eat Bunk Sandwiches Moda Center Stay at the The Westin Portland And do RENT a bike and drive over the bridges! Pedal Bike..." See More
John W. said, "...Elvis stayed is now an Embassy Suites about two blocks from the light rail on the river, across the street from Voodoo Doughnuts #1, and an easy walk into the Pearl District. Embassy Suites has preserved the grand lobby. The only changes..." See More
Amanda L. said, "...for whatever weather there is. There are a couple food places I would suggest trying to hit while you're there also. Voodoo Doughnuts is known for their crazy doughnuts and have been featured on food network for it. I would suggest going..." See More
Morgan N. said, "...the entire family, hosting tons of exciting and interactive exhibits, as well as a planetarium. A common tourist stop here is Voodoo Doughnuts, which offers silly doughnuts - think a pixie stick, cereal, or cookie covered doughnut - that have become..." See More
Tiffany W. said, "...beer), I really like the ambiance of the Brasserie Montmartre. It's just fun and the food is excellent. People do LOVE Voodoo Doughnuts and they are unique and good. I am probably the only one that will ever tell you that it's..." See More
Roberta M. said, "...little pricey for Portland but a bargain relative to higher end dining in most other cities. Other Portland things to do: Voodoo Doughnuts. Don't worry about the long line, it moves quickly; the donuts are both tasty and well... unusually themed...." See More
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Catherine R. said, "...are the best that I have found anywhere. There is a Portland Saturday Market http://www.portlandsaturdaymarket.com/ that locals, and tourist especially enjoy. Voodoo Doughnuts is also in this area and a delectable delight not to be missed. If this is your first visit..." See More
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