North Portland

  • Milagros – A boutique for little miracles and their Mamas. Their classroom offers space for support groups and classes for new families. For more info check out their website.
  • Something Borrowed – Affordable vintage event and wedding rentals – features an eclectic blend of rustic and handcrafted pieces or other things we deem as “cool”. More info is on their website.
  • Black Wagon – A modern boutique for babies and kids. Find more info on their website, or Facebook.
  • Backtalk PDX – Independently owned concept boutique containing street-style vintage, emerging design and art. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Spielwerk Toys – A small community toystore that specializes in hard-to-find classic and traditional toys. More info on their website, or Facebook.
  • TreeHouse Children’s Boutique – Carries a variety of new and locally made toys, apparel, gifts and gently loved resale offerings for you and your child. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Queen Bee / Chickpea Baby – Hand-crafted items for Mama and baby. For more info about their items and shop location visit their website, or Facebook.
  • Kruger’s Farm Market – Fresh, local, sustainably grown produce. Yummy! More info is on their website, on Facebook.
  • Coffee Kids – NEW!!! Children’s boutique located in the heart of downtown St. Johns. They carry toys, clothing, and essentials. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • AnnaBannanas – Great organic beers, wines, and food. Jazz for families on Thursday evenings. Great place to take the kids and there’s enough space for a fair sized group. 8716 N Lombard St. Check out their website for more info, or Facebook.
  • Blue Moon Camera Shop – Blue Moon Camera and Machine exists for the distinct purpose of reuniting you with durable and reliable gear for all of your artistic requirements. For more info go to their website.
  • John Street Cafe – Good food, great people, relax… enjoy… 8338 N. Lombard St. More info
  • Tulip Pastry Shop – Family-owned, fantastic! 8322 N Lombard St. On Facebook.
  • St. Johns Book Sellers – You can never read too many books! 8622 N Lombard St. For more info check out their website
  • Proper Eats – Features sustainable and organic Vegan and Vegetarian fare, microbrews, and offering live Jazz on Thursdays and live music on the weekends. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • St Johns Health Center – http://stjohnshealthcenter.com
  • Queens Mab – Clothing resale shop – babies to children’s size 8, maternity and women’s clothing. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Emerald Petals – Portland’s Eco Florest, they go to the flowers. Every morning they hand select the freshest organic and sustainably grown
    flowers and plants from the growers they trust. If there is something special they can’t get locally, they strive to use organic and fairtrade farms. For more information check out their website, or Facebook.
  • Consign Couture – The store features fashionable, gently worn clothing and accessories for women in sizes ranging from 0 to 18. While 80 percent of Consign Couture is fashion focused, the remainder celebrates the artisan spirit with local artisan accessories and artwork. If life proves to be too hectic, contact Consign Couture about a home appointment to help you identify clothing for consignment. The rest can be donated to an area charity. For more info check out their website, or Facebook. Don’t miss their semi-annual Clearance Sale!
  • St. Johns Vintage – A “vintage lifestyle store”. With a 20th-century focus, featuring desks, dressers, sofas, artwork, jewelry, trunks, birdcages, and men’s and women’s clothes, dating from the 1940’s to the 1990’s. For more info check out their Facebook page.
  • Two Rivers Vintage – A new artisan gallery of sorts, just down the stairs from Weir’s Cyclery, offering a selection of antiques, collectibles and other vintage goodies. For more info check out their Facebook page.
  • Salty Teacup – A neighborhood shop that focuses on affordability, sustainability & creativity. Provide a showcase for handmade & recycled arts and crafts created by local and US artisans and craftspeople. Give new life to discarded objects. For more information go to their Facebook page.
  • Weir’s Cyclery – Portland’s oldest bike shop – established in 1925. The latest bicycles, accessories and expert service. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Posies Bakery & Cafe – A boutique bakery and cafe. Serving breakfast, lunch, and coffee. For more info check out their website, or Facebook.
  • Bella Organic – The original and only Certified Organic Farm Produce Market on Sauvie Island! Home of the Portland Pumpkin Farm, enjoy festivals and their corn maze in the fall. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Mississippi Pizza – Awesome pizza and rocking music shows – a neighborhood pizza pub that is based on three fundamental guiding principals: great pizza, family friendly live music and entertainment, and above all, serving the local community. For more info to to their website, or Facebook.
  • McMenamins – Food, music, movies, and fun are all part of what makes McMenamins great. Multiple locations. For more info about what’s offered at each location go to their website, or Facebook, Facebook.
Swap Instead of Shop
  • St Johns Swap n Play – A cooperative community sharing space. Provides material resources and promotes sustainability through community sharing efforts. Provides educational resources to children, parents, and families. Collaborates with other organizations to create and implement large scale community outreach projects. For more info check out their website.
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