The Gayborhood: Portland’s Alberta Arts District

Alberta Arts District

The leafy, laid-back, and food-and-drink-obsessed city of Portland has one of the more integrated LGBTQ scenes in the country.

Numerous neighborhoods around town have decidedly mixed scenes with significantly queer followings, including several across the Willamette River on the East Side.

Hawthorne, the Central Eastside Industrial District, Division Street, Burnside & 28th, and the Mississippi Arts District are all hotbeds of hipsterdom, but the once-forlorn and now very lively Alberta Arts District (which extends 25 short blocks from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to 33rd Avenue) particularly fun for strolling amid divey bars, hip vegetarian restaurants, and distinctive galleries and design shops.

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Authored By Andrew Collins
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