Sip + Eat

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Grape Finds

The joy of discovering wines you never knew you loved When it comes to wine, you might call Alex Marchesini and Kelsey Glasser true citizens of the world. Sure, they’re ardent fans of Oregon and Washington wines, but Northwest labels make up only a small part of the eclectic inventory at Thelonious Wines (516 NW

Arts + Events

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Spring 2017 Arts & Events

THE HIPPITY HOPPITY BUNNY HOP Enjoy a day of Easter Bunny–related fun on Saturday, April 15. Starting at 10:30 a.m., families can stroll through the neighborhood cavorting with a life-size bunny and stopping by local businesses, where kids can engage in imaginative arts-and-crafts projects—from making bunny-ear hats to the perennially popular “Teddy bear surgery” at

Neighbors

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Staycation Paradise

A fast-growing vacation-rental company finds a happy, permanent home in the Pearl. Eric Breon has an unusually close relationship with real estate. He’s the founder of Vacasa (926 NW 13th Ave, 503-345-9399, vacasa.com), a Pearl-based tech firm focused on vacation rentals. The company connects homeowners who wish to rent what’s typically a second home to

Home

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A.V. Club

Among new businesses that have opened in the Pearl’s stylish Cosmopolitan Tower, the upscale consumer electronics and stereo-system maker Bang & Olufsen (1042 NW Overton St, 503-224-9333) has fast become a go-to for fans of design-driven, high-performance audio and video. The team here can help you integrate a wireless stereo and TV with your home’s

Finds

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City Home Opens Second Location in the Pearl District

Eclectic vintage wonderland design showroom now open to the public City Home (825 NW Davis St, 503-888-8717) has opened the doors to an eclectic home furnishings wonderland in Portland’s interior design hotbed, the Pearl District. It’s the second City Home location opened by owner Kim Pelett, who has over 30 years of experience selling vintage

Pearls

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Play Pen

The Wacom Experience Center: Portland’s new high-tech hub of collaboration and innovation In April, the 34-year-old Tokyo tech business Wacom (1455 NW Irving St, 855-699-2266, wacom.com), which creates cutting-edge pen displays and tablet styluses, moved their US headquarters from Vancouver, Washington, to the Pearl District. But Wacom (in Japanese, wa means “harmony” and com means

Be Well

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Skin Deep

A patient walking into the Portland Dermatology Clinic (1414 NW Northrup St, Ste 600, 503-223-3104, portlanddermclinic.com) can expect a bit more. “The doctors and staff here all have similar philosophies of putting patients first and treating patients like we’d want to be treated,” says Dr. Sam Hopkins, dermatologist at Portland Dermatology Clinic and assistant professor

Fashion

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A Flair to Remember

With its own new clothing line and bespoke tailored-dress services, a Pearl boutique raises Portland’s fashion profile. Both stylish visitors from all over the world and modish Portlanders appreciate FlairWalk (402 NW 12th Ave, 503-222-7750, flairwalk.com), a Pearl clothier decked out top to bottom with eye-catching threads designed by noted fashion creatives. From one-of-a-kind hand-dyed

News

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Pizzicato Has Opened in the Pearl District’s Swankiest New Condo Tower

A beloved source of creatively topped pizzas since 1989, the esteemed Portland mini-chain Pizzicato (1265 NW 10th Ave., 503-226-1007) opened a handsome, contemporary outpost late last year in the stunning new Cosmopolitan on the Park. The building is also home to Tea Bar and the greatly anticipated modern Spanish restaurant, Can Font. Glamorous though the

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