Happenings & Musing from the Eola-Amity Hills.

Julian Elam
January 18, 2019
Destination: Portland - Part 1


The Hoxton

A brand new addition to Portland’s Old Town, The Hoxton occupies a refreshed historic
building on Burnside next to the Chinatown Gate. Guests will find chic, affordable
rooms to go along with an unnamed basement bar serving Chinese food, a lobby-level
restaurant and bar featuring a menu heavily influenced by Mexican street food, and a
rooftop bar pouring mezcal cocktails against the backdrop of Portland’s downtown
cityscape. The hotel also hosts frequent events, such as yoga classes, brunches, and film
screenings. Book your room at The Hoxton.


The Woodlark is another recently completed hotel located right next to the Alder Street
Food Cart Pod and mere blocks away from Pioneer Square, Portland’s so-called living
room. Renowned Northwest chef Doug Adams’ restaurant Bullard graces the ground
floor, along with sister bar Abigail Hall and an outpost of local coffee chain Good
Coffee. Among other notable features: each room includes a Salt and Straw ice cream
menu. Schedule your stay at Woodlark

Jan 18, 2019 at 10:43 AM
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