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Best things to do in Goose Hollow, Portland

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Soccer Stadium
“See the Timbers (men’s soccer) or the Thorns (our amazing women’s soccer team).”
83 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Zupan's is like a small, upscale Whole Foods, and its prices reflect that. They have outstanding produce, meat, and lots of fun and expensive candles, soaps, and flowers.”
43 locals recommend
Steakhouse
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“Love this spot for late night happy hour and a glass of red. Perfect for date night! Favorites: Steak bites Caesar salad”
28 locals recommend
Professional & Other Places
“The Portland Timbers is Portland’s soccer team. If you’re a sports fan you know about them already. If you’ve never seen a professional soccer game before, Portland is a great place to have your first. ”
28 locals recommend
Theater
“Local theater offering excellent productions, primarily Fall through Spring.”
12 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“This is a great place to hang out if you are near the stadium or need a break for busy North Burnside. It's in an old-Portland building and a great place for studying.”
16 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Perfect when it's inclement weather. This bar is located in the lobby of the Hotel Deluxe and is cozy and elegant without being too fancy. Great cocktails, and happy hour.”
13 locals recommend
Rental Car Location
“If you need to rent a car, this place is just a few streets away. There are also a few zipcar locations in the area. Lyft rides are cheap in Portland, too. ”
5 locals recommend
Pub
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“A true Portland classic! Come here for the Reuben's and stay for the patio. ”
12 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Old Europe-style coffeehouse. Great local coffee, decadent desserts, and a parade of interesting locals. A destination.”
8 locals recommend
Bar
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“Secret, small and cozy cafe with great happy hour and solid selection of micro-brews. Just 10 minutes away!”
10 locals recommend
Rental Car Location
“Uber is a lot cheaper in Portland then its other West Coast counter parts. ”
9 locals recommend
Meal Delivery
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“Local pizza chain serving awesome slices and fantastic locally brewed fruit soda. Try the meatball sub.”
5 locals recommend
Cafe
“Rotating single origin coffees with pastries from local artisan bakers Petunia's Pastries & Pies and Little T.”
2 locals recommend
Route
“At the heart of Portland’s world-class public transportation system is MAX light rail, with 97 stations and 60 miles of track connecting the city, airport and region. MAX LINES MAX has five lines, all of which run through downtown: Blue Line (Hillsboro/City Center/Gresham) Green Line (Clackamas/City Center) Red Line (Airport/City Center/Beaverton) Yellow Line (Expo Center/City Center) Orange Line (Milwaukie/City Center) MAX trains run about every 15 minutes most of the day, every day. Service is less frequent in the early morning, midday and evening. Opened on Sept. 12, 2015, the MAX Orange Line connects downtown Portland to the Central Eastside, Sellwood and Milwaukie, a suburb to the so”
3 locals recommend
Taco Place
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“Yummy affordable tacos amongst other food stalls (not quite restaurants, not quite food carts). Their salsas are particularly good, and they have giant beers.”
5 locals recommend