Restaurants - Portland, Oregon



121. Anna Bannanas

City: Portland, OR
Category: Restaurants
Telephone: (503) 286-2030
Address: 8716 North Lombard

Description: The North Portland outpost of this great coffeeshop offers a smoke-free environment, a lovely garden, and a play area for the children. There’s also a meeting room, if you want to hold your crafting circle there. And of course, like the Northwest shop, you’ll be served yummy pastries, muffins, sandwiches, and so on—not to mention coffee.

122. Beulahland

City: Portland, OR
Category: Restaurants
Telephone: (503) 235-2794
Address: 118 Northeast 28th Ave.

Description: Beulahland is an ideal hangout spot, and it serves that perfect combination, coffee and beer, so you could stay there all day and well into the night. It’s a good place to hang out because of the jukebox (with its great combination of ’80s pop and punk), the pool table, and the pinball machine. At night, Beulahland has live music. They also serve simple but good coffeehouse fare (soups, sandwiches), and the beer selection is unboring.

123. Fresh Pot

City: Portland, OR
Category: Restaurants
Telephone: (503) 284-8928
Address: 4001 North Mississippi Ave.
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Description: Portland does not lack small, locally owned coffeehouses, but there’s always room for more of a good thing. The Fresh Pot occupies the historic Rexall Drug building in this renewing neighborhood, where it serves beautifully roasted coffee from Stumptown to neighbors and visitors. The Fresh Pot also runs the coffee bar in the Hawthorne Powell’s. The Fresh Pot shops offers Wi-Fi to keep you connected and award-winning baristas to keep you caffeinated.

124. Ristretto Roasters

City: Portland, OR
Category: Restaurants
Telephone: (503) 284-6767
Address: 3520 Northeast 42nd Ave.
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Description: Ristretto serves small-batch-roasted coffee for coffee purists, but even if you are not a purist, you will love this delicious coffee, attentively prepared on an old-fashioned Probat roaster. Good coffee stewards that they are, they will grind whatever kind of coffee bean you would like to try and make perfect, perfect drip coffee out of it. They also serve espresso, of course, and pastries, sandwiches, and other forms of carbohydrate. Free Wi-Fi, too. And you can buy their coffee online. 
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