Adrien johnson: This place is hipster heaven! Really cool place with a great coffee shop and restaurant/bar accessible from lobby. Downside is they advertise free wifi but don’t bother, it’s so slow it’s not usable.
Justin N: fantastic modern hipster hotel in downtown Portland that I would highly recommend! that being said, they may neglect to tell you that parking costs $25/day in their lot until your checkout. beware!
Joseph K: Fitting for “Hipster Central”, Downtown Portland- this European backpacking traveler-ish hotel comes cozy but, cool like any AirB&B you might pay astronomical prices for.
Mazda: Hipster heaven in Portland. Make sure you have your beard groomed and your jeans skinny.
Andrew C: Another place to wang up some hipster gash.
Robert Leary: This place is cool now that hipsters decided it’s too popular for them. They still play any ironically named band in the basement though…apparently, that’s actually bad enough still for the hips.
Nate N: The outdoor seating is great. The bar always has long lines and the drinks aren’t anything great. Crazy amount of drunk hipsters on the weekends. Avoid if possible and hit up a better bar in SE.
Drew Tyson: Spacious outdoor patio. Beware of hipsters
Vietnamese Restaurant · Downtown Portland · 122 tips and reviews
Caroline Chung: GOOD late night spot, seating is tight and efficient, inexpensive, cute hipster servers, legit cocktails and menu options. BAD pho soup had too much sugar and MSG, was totally parched the next day.
Brian Tran: The place has got a hipster vibe to it and the food is amazing!
Brad Tait: The pho and tom yum soup are amazing. Also, some pretty fantastic curries. Great cocktails, too.
5202 N Albina Ave (btwn N Sumner & N Emerson St), Portland, OR
Café · Northeast Portland · 61 tips and reviews
Melissa Lim: Great breakfast and lunch fare with baked goods and breads made in house. There’s always a line, but it’s worth the wait. Lots of hipsters and Instagrammable moments!
Jenn Y: The NE hipster brunch spot. To avoid the frustratingly long waits, go on a weekday or Sa/Su before 10am. We love the breakfast plate, corncakes and egg sandwich. Counter order then wait for a table.
Jennette M: Charming, lovely, and friendly, with delicious food. The egg sandwich was delectable, and my husband loved his (ENORMOUS) breakfast burrito. Gen Mai chai tea was very good, as was the coffee.
The Alco-Frolic’s Guide to PDX Bars: It’s impossible to always be up for a night of dancing in a hot, moist basement full of hipsters, thankfully Goodfoot offers an upstairs with lots of games and decent food.
Anna Powers: Hipster dance party!!
H. Colbert (@hrsch): The cucumber gin & tonic is really good, refreshing. Also, every so often DJ Takimba spins and brings the party. Come if you want to have a great night without any pretentiousness.