4714 N.E. 94th Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98662
Phone: (360) 253-3100
Fax: (360) 253-7998
4714 N.E. 94th Ave., Vancouver, WA, US, 98662
- Phone: (360) 253-3100
- Fax: (360) 253-7998
Best Buy is one of the world's largest consumer electronics retailer and in Portland you can find them near the airport in the Northeast tenement. From selling all the latest gadgets & gizmos to simple repairs, they offer a host of services. Bestsellers include TV & home theater, mobile phones, car audio systems and home appliances. The staff is knowledgeable and will assist you in choosing the right product. They also have an onsite Apple store where you can buy their latest releases. Store-clearance sales, everyday deals and featured offers must be watched out for.
The Cascade Station shopping center is your one stop convenient shopping destination. Find everything from clothing, grocery, furnishing, gadgets, beauty supplies to foot-wear, all under one roof. This tax-free shopping mecca houses regional as well as international brands of various necessities. With 27 stores, 10 restaurants and more than 1000 parking slots, Cascade Station is a popular go-to shopping center for many Portlanders.
This mall with an outlet layout with large, separate stores that provides a spacious and carefree manner of shopping. The stores sell electronics, home, books, clothes, sporting goods, toys, cards and more! The endless parking lot is a bit strange, but you can still walk from store to store. Shopping in the state of Oregon is tax-free, so you can stuff your shopping bags with trendy apparels and accessories from Ross Dress For Less, splurge on furniture and home decor products from The Home Depot and pick up a few toys for your kids from Toys - R - Us, at low prices. Visit their website to know more.
Although this place offers sporting goods of absolutely all kinds, its automotive and camping gear make it a favorite among the adventuresome. It is a good store for children's gear, too. The selection is wide, and the sales offer good deals. This place also rents, repairs and services some sports equipment. Inside, you will find a Ticket master counter, where you can score seats for a show or for lift tickets at the local mountain. There are 17 locations throughout Oregon and Washington.
It is difficult to describe Old Salt Marketplace in just one word; the space is home to a restaurant, bar, deli and a butcher shop. The only thing old about this place is that it strives to provide guests with traditional American products. Opened in 2013, executive chef Tim Wastell delights patrons with a seasonal menu that highlights the best ingredients of the time. Guests can enjoy delicious concoctions at the bar, prepared by mixologist, Mike Stassek; what makes the cocktail at Old Market unique, is the use of homemade syrups. Purchase fresh cuts of pork, beef and chicken from the meat section, or take home a delicious sandwich or soup from the deli counter.
A gem in the neighborhood, Red Fox Vintage is the place to go to in order to locate some well loved antique or vintage pieces of trinkets, lamps, clothes, shoes, furniture, artwork cookware and other queer items. The shop stocks old and secondhand wares and has a steady list of vendors who supply it with the quirky products. Look around for some interesting items to deck up the home, gift some one to add to one's personal collection.
Your quest for a complete family shop with lead you to Milagros Boutique: That one-stop shop where you'll find everything a young family with little children needs - diapers, toys, books, breastfeeding supplies, clothing and kiddo-accessories. Weekly events such as music shows and hobby classes are a regular feature at this boutique. You can also purchase gift cards for your loved-ones.
The Little Axe Records at Northeast 28th Avenue puts the axe down on conventional music and opens the world of vintage and rare music to the refined taste of ardent music lovers. This independent shop is a sheer delight for avid music collectors as it possesses records and cassettes of ethnographic, post punk, music from the 60s, industrial, gospel, blues and any experimental and quirky sounds in music you can bring to your mind. Housed inside the foyer of house, the record store also doubles up as a performing space, offering a stage for upcoming local and touring bands.
Tucked in the heart of Portland's Alberta Arts District, Bolt is an exclusive fabric boutique that specializes in a variety of fabrics for sewing, quilting and craft projects as well as home decoration. Apart from fabric, which is sold by yard, they also sell notions, ribbons, laces, trims, ric-racs, embroidery items and books. Choice is unlimited when it comes to the kind of material, design, patterns and prints; prices are decent and staff is super-friendly. Check out their website for more information.
This shop is a storehouse of surprises for children and adults. It offers a range of toys, games and merchandise alongwith clothes, books and children's accessories. The non-poisonous toys ensure a good time for children while making sure that they stay safe. The children's tunics and blouses sport youthful designs. With a staff that goes out of their way to help out their customers in choosing gifts, Grasshopper is worth a dekko if one is on the look-out for children's gift items.
Tumbleweed stacks snazzy cuts and lines for women. Kara Larson's creations are simple yet trendy and flatter the body. The well-trained staff are eager to aid with their expertise, without making you buy out of obligation. Frocks, summer dresses, skirts, lingerie and an impressive range of jeans make shopping at this store fun and worth-the-effort. Don't forget to check out their amazing jewelry selection.
Alberta Street is an epicenter of diversity, art and culture. Trendy little art galleries, novelty stores and unique restaurants line the street. Portlanders of all kinds come to Alberta Street for their annual fair: a lively celebration complete with live music and dancing, food, kids' stuff and a free trolley that rolls right through the middle of everything. Come and see why Northeast Portland is quickly becoming the capital for culture in this town.