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Pioneer Place, Portland

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • Available from brands such as coach, Kate spade, classic American, such as bath & body works stores. From the pioneer courthouse square, so can easily. The food court is small.
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  • I came for the first time to Portland in July and I really enjoyed browsing the shops in Pioneers Place. There is a huge variety of shops which suit everyone's taste! On the Ground Floor are the more ...  read more »
  • I really enjoyed this mall located in the heart of downtown Portland. It is a multi floor complex with variety of upscale and midrange shopping. Some examples include, Tory Burch, Michael Kors , Vuitt...  read more »
  • I have mixed feelings about this place. On one hand it's an architectural wonder being a full mall 4 blocks big in a downtown urban area. Once you get inside it is like any other suburban mall with all the amenities and food and shopping you want on multiple stories. On the other hand being downtown is horrible cause parking and anything other than mass transit or bike will be super annoying to deal with. I spend most of my time trying to find a parking space and just getting to the mall. It certainly isn't my first choice for a mall but it is tacky cool to go to once in a great while when I want to deal with getting there.
  • This place is wonderful and the shops are very friendly. Unfortunately it can be riddled with shoplifters and other types of bad people who can ruin the experience. Overall, expect good products and friendly clerks- most of which will try to keep an eye on you for good reason.
  • This used to be a pretty mediocre mall, but it's definitely gotten better in the past year or two. There's still a Regal theater there and a great bar where you can get good food and play lots of different kinds of games (Punch Bowl Social). If you're downtown and looking for a place to meander and also be entertained, the mall isn't a bad spot.
  • Has essential stores & parking validation if you spend $25 or more. Food court is lacking, has your mall staples but they lost the Hot Dog On A Stick which is a huge disappointment. So if you want food, most will head to the outdoor food carts. Management should strike a deal and get some of the successful carts to franchise inside the mall. Overall the mall needs an update, it has a stable management company so I'm surprised it seems so dead and stuck in the nineties.
  • It's a mall. It's filled with tourists, teenagers, and suburbanites. Chain stores and a few that sell Portland-themed goods, in case you aren't creative enough to shop the local neighborhood stores. It also houses one of the westside's two Regal cinemas, all the way at the top (be sure to allow plenty of time to make your way up there).
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