PDX Airport: A New Neighborhood in Portland
The new airport in Portland is not just a transportation hub, it's a new neighborhood in the city. As they open more spaces for restaurants and shops, they're creating new opportunities for local businesses to thrive. These businesses reflect the spirit and culture of Portland and are excited to represent the city to travelers from all over the world.
Among the local businesses that will be featured in the new airport is Portland Gear, which represents the Rose City with high-quality apparel and goods. Freeland Spirits, a one-of-a-kind women-owned and run distillery that produces unique and delicious spirits. Portland Coffee Roasters which serves up great coffee while doing good for the community. Columbia Sportswear is the leader in innovative and functional gear for any climate. Steven Smith Teamaker offers uncommonly delicious teas, and Pilot House Distilling lets visitors taste the spirits of the coast.
Grassa is another local business that is meticulous in crafting bowls of fresh pasta. Blue Star Donuts + Coffee provides gourmet donuts for grown-ups, and Sizzle Pie serves up pizza for everyone. Loyal Legion invites visitors to drink the best Oregon beers and celebrate the amazing local craft beer tradition. Stumptown Coffee Roasters delivers the highest quality coffee, roasted daily. Capers Market sells the best wine and culinary items the Northwest has to offer, while Oven and Shaker offers wood-fired Neapolitan pizza and Italian street food.
For those looking for healthier options, Kure Superfoods is there to support the quest to treat oneself well with whole, nutrient-rich foods. Lola's Cafe Bar serves up fresh, local, and nutritious dishes.Straightaway Cocktails also invites travelers to enjoy a world-class cocktail with the same ease as opening a bottle of wine or a can of beer.
One of the things that sets PDX apart from other airports is their commitment to keeping prices fair and consistent. This means that you won't be overcharged for snacks or souvenirs just because you're in an airport. PDX has a "street pricing" policy, which means that the prices in the airport shops and restaurants will be the same as you would find in local stores or online. This policy helps support the local businesses that are part of the PDX community, and it also makes traveling a bit more affordable for everyone. So whether you're looking for a delicious meal or a unique souvenir to remember your trip, you can shop and dine at PDX with confidence, knowing that you're getting the same great prices as you would in town.
Each of these local businesses has its own unique character, but together they embody the essence of Portland. With their presence in the new airport, travelers will have the opportunity to experience the city's culture and cuisine from the moment they arrive. From food and drink to clothing and gear, there is something for everyone in this new neighborhood in Portland.