A Planner’s Cheat Sheet for Portland, Oregon

A Planner’s Cheat Sheet for Portland, Oregon

By Anna Dunn, June 21, 2016

A lot has been happening in Portland, Oregon, this year. Here’s what’s new and coming soon in 2016—add them to your list, event profs!

Restaurants and Attractions
Altabira City Tavern
Headwaters in The Heathman Hotel
Hollywood Theatre at Portland Internatio
nal Airport

168-room Hotel Eastlund
204-room AC by Marriott
203-room Hyatt House
299-room The Porter

Expanded Distilleries and Breweries
10 Barrel Brewing
Eastside Distilling
House Spirits Distillery

2 Event Spaces
The Evergreen, an airy, natural light-filled space for up to 550 people
Revolution Hall, a high school-turned-830-seat performing arts venue with vintage charm in Portland’s Eastside

Gigantic Food Hall
Pine Street Market, with nine food vendors including Barista, Olympia Provisions and Trifecta Annex

Photo: Hotel Eastlund

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