PEARL DIRECTIONS

WALKING AND BIKING

Our Pearl location has received a walk score and bike score of 97 out of 100 due to the excellent conditions for both.

We have a “staple style” bike rack available on the sidewalks outside. We also carry a bicycle repair kit and pump on site for any small repairs you may need to make.

Click here for a map of bike lanes in Portland.

Using Biketown? There are multiple Biketown Hubs in the surrounding areas of both our locations.

There are also hubs nearby at NW 13th @ Marshall (w/17 racks), NW Johnson @ Jameson Square (w/18 racks) and NW 19th @Johnson (w/15 racks).

Click here for a map of Biketown stations in Portland.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

The no. 17 and 77 bus line will get you close, as well the Portland Streetcar NS Line.

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Our Pearl District location lies on Kearney St. between 13th and 14th avenue.

We are located 12 miles from the Portland International Airport via I-84 W/US-30 W. To reach us via the I-5 you can navigate to MLK from exit 302-A and to the Pearl from I-405 N via exit 2B toward Everett Street/Glisan Street.

If you are traveling internationally, please bring your passport with you, as it is required by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.

PARKING

There are many metered spots located in the vicinity of our Pearl location. Downtown parking meters operate from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, unless otherwise posted. The current rate for on-street parking in the Downtown district is $2 per hour.

There are also a few parking garages located nearby as well. Universal Parking Services is located on 14th and Lovejoy ($10 to park), PMC Parking on 15th and Kearney ($6 to park) and Deering Management on 15th and Lovejoy ($3 to park).

CHARGING STATIONS

The closest charging station is the Brewery Blocks Portland Parking on 13th and Davis which is free and has 9 ports available.

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