This was the first Starbucks in Portland. Before Pioneer Square was there, it was a 2-level parking garage, seen here in this 1974 photo, taken from the 2nd floor over Margulis Jewelers.
The Portland Hotel under construction, 1889. This is the west side of the building. Today Starbucks sits on that left (northwest) corner. The fenced area is now the Nordstrom building's block.
The parking garage occupied the P. Square site from from 1952 till the late 70s. From 1891 - 1951 the glorious 326-room Portland Hotel stood on the site. (See the B&W photo)
The drink label maker system doesn't accommodate names; double check the label before you stick your fingers/straw in someone else's drink, please!
goto public domain or coffee plant (both within three blocks) for better, cheaper, and non-corporate coffee.
Withe the regular rush hours, and with an great staff that's ready to handle them
This is a nice place 2 go 2 & get a cup of coffee or a cup of hot t.
Wonderful and patient staff!
Great place for people watching. Lots of hippies.
Super nice ppl working, but super slow service.
Better not have to use the restroom after 5 pm they don't have one...
Try the Portland Coffee Cake with a dark roast.
Check out the Barista Luke, he usually works in the mornings :)
Very much appreciate their choice of music.
BEST PLACE TO PEOPLE WATCH
Bathroom code : 11235
Recording not allowed at Starbucks
Le plus central des Starbucks de Portland. Prenez votre café avant de prendre le tram.