Moon Portland

By
Second Edition, June 2013
Pages: 240

Print
Price: 16.99
ISBN: 9781612385075

Digital
Price: 11.99
ISBN: 9781612380988


Longtime resident Oregonian Hollyanna McCollom covers the best of the Portland area—including the Cultural District, the Alphabet District, and Alberta Street. McCollom provides a variety of travel strategies, such as The Best of Portland, Pint-sized P-Town, and Rainy Day Portland. McCollom covers the most popular sights: Ankeny Square, Skidmore Fountain, Union Station, and the Alberta Art Walk. Complete with expert tips on the best dining, as well as the best bars and nightclubs, Moon Portland gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.


What’s inside Moon Portland

Enjoy the very best of Portland with these itineraries:
  • The Three-Day Best of Portland
  • The Art of Portland
  • Where to Spend a Rainy Day
Discover the ins and outs of Portland’s neighborhoods.

Recommendations for the top restaurants, nightlife, shops, sights, and hotels in:

  • Downtown
  • Northwest and the Pearl District
  • Northeast
  • Southeast
  • Sellwood and Moreland
  • North Portland
  • Greater Portland
Take a trip outside the city with these excursions:
  • The Oregon Coast
  • The Columbia River Gorge
  • Oregon Wine Country
  • Mount Hood
More than half of the telephone calls Hollyanna McCollom receives are from friends, family, and colleagues asking her for advice. The questions vary—she's heard everything from "My mom is in town, where should I take her to dinner?" to "What's the best strip club in town?" So far, she hasn't once been stumped. A native Oregonian, Hollyanna spent two years as the editor-in-chief of PDX Magazine, a "where to go, what to do" publication for the city of Portland, before leaving to pursue a career as a freelance writer and full-time advocate for the city. Mother of two rambunctious, sword-obsessed boys, Hollyanna is a part-time poet and part-time pirate who lives in northeast Portland and spends her free time shopping in thrift stores and singing terrible karaoke punk songs.