If you love shopping, the Portland area malls and shopping centers have everything you need to get your retail therapy on. From classic all-in-one malls to funky thrift shops and everything in between, Portland shopping has something for everyone. The only danger here is once you start you just might not stop!

Bridgeport Village

7455 SW Bridgeport Road
Tigard OR 97224

This sprawling premiere outdoor mall features a mix of local one-of-a-kind shops and internationally renowned retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th Cole Haan J. Crew and Lulumon Athletica. Hungry? Enjoy some of the most exciting dining in the area with Portland fav Koi Fusion or eateries like California Pizza Kitchen and PF Changs. Bring the kids and make a day of it with an outdoor playground and the IMAX movie theater.


Cascade Station

9721 NE Cascades Parkway
Portland OR 97220

Located near the Portland International Airport and flanked by Best Buy and IKEA at either end the Cascade Station shopping experience includes plentiful eateries and everything from Target and Banana Republic Factory Store to Sports Authority and Golfsmith to Leatherman and more than one jewelry store in between.

Clackamas Town Center

12000 SE 82nd Avenue
Happy Valley OR 97086

With more than 180 specialty stores like Michael Kors PINK Victoria’s Secret Clarks H&M Justice/Brothers Oregon’s largest Barnes and Noble and a full-line Disney Store as well as eight anchor stores (including Nordstrom Macy’s and Macy’s Home Store) and a 20-screen stadium-style XD Century Theatre it’s no wonder Clackamas Town Center is the Portland metro area’s most visited mall. It also boasts an impressive collection of restaurants including RAM Restaurant & Brewery Claim Jumper Noodles & Company Native Foods Café Pieology Chipotle and Sinju Sushi is sure to wow!

Cedar Hills Crossing

3205 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard
Beaverton OR 97005

Cedar Hills Crossing has everything – a couple of neighborhood grocery stores (New Seasons Market and Winco) a 16-screen movie theater (Century 16 Cedar Hills) a bowling alley (Sunset Lanes) and an outpost of the world’s largest independently owned new and used bookstore (Powell’s Books). This expansive shopping complex features a variety of informal dining options from slow food movement purveyor Buggati’s Italian to L&L Hawaiian’s franchise fare as well as favorites like Firehouse Subs and Cold Stone Creamery.  Shops include Storables Sports Authority Sleep Country USA Dancefit Oregon Game Trader and more.

Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets

450 NW 257th Way
Troutdale OR 97060

A short 15 miles from downtown Portland this hidden gem is worth the trek. Jam-packed with over 45 outlet stores from Levi’s and Gap to Calvin Klein and Coach you can enjoy the Gorge-ous scenery along the way. Just when you think you’re about ready to drop stop into nearby McMenamins Edgefield for lunch and a pint of refreshing Ruby from the brewery or a glass of their finest Pinot Gris from the on-campus winery or a sip of hogshead whiskey or nectar sweet pear brandy from the distillery.  Still wound up? Drop by Ruby’s Salon & Spa for a relaxing massage or facial.

Eastport Plaza

4000 SE 82nd Avenue
Portland Oregon 97266

This eastside shopping center is just the thing for your daily to-do list. Anchored by one of the few Walmarts in the metro area Eastport Plaza features an L.A. Fitness Starbucks Dollar Store Radio Shack Century 16 Cinemas and Great Clips. While fast food abounds in the area you can also enjoy some of Portland’s best dim sum at HK Café or tuck into some finger-lickin’ chicken wings paired with any of a variety of sauces at Wingstop.

Jantzen Beach SuperCenter

1405 Jantzen Beach Center
Portland Oregon 97217

Recently remodeled the Jantzen Beach shopping center features Target The Home Depot Burlington Coat Factory Toys R Us/Babies R Us Ross Dress for Less TJ Maxx Lane Bryant Ulta Beauty and Michaels. Stanford’s McDonald’s Panera Bread and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewery await hungry shoppers.

Lloyd Center

2201 Lloyd Center
Portland OR 97232

With over 200 stores Lloyd Center is Oregon’s largest mall. Opened in 1960 it’s also the area’s oldest mall and features three stories (two for shopping and a third for the food court and business offices) as well as a large ice skating rink at its center. Anchor stores include Nordstrom Macy’s and Sears. Other stores include Barnes & Noble Made in Oregon Victoria’s Secret Ulta Aéropostale Old Navy Torrid Suncoast Motion Picture Co. and many more.

Pioneer Place

700 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland Oregon 97204

This is a shopping experience like none other in the metro area. Nestled in the heart of downtown Portland and spanning four city blocks and four floors connected by underground tunnel and upper level pedestrian bridge Pioneer Place (named after the adjacent Pioneer Courthouse Square a.k.a. Portland’s Living Room) houses some of the most exclusive shopping experiences in Oregon like Saks Fifth Avenue Tiffany & Co. Ann Taylor Coach Eddie Bauer and Nine West. It’s also home to a top floor six-screen stadium seating cinema both Godiva and Moonstruck Chocolatiers and unique dining and entertainment experiences like those found at Punch Bowl Social. This modern gastro diner features twelve bowling lanes ping pong tables three bars karaoke old skool video games and felt tables for playing a rousing game of marbles.


Streets of Tanasbourne

19350 NW Emma Way
Hillsboro OR 97124

A beautifully appointed outdoor mall The Streets of Tanasbourne is anchored by Macy’s and features shops like H & M American Outfitters Banana Republic Victoria’s Secret and The Gap. Feeling peckish after your marathon-shopping trip at J. Jill or your Zombie Preparedness class at REI? Head over to P.F. Chang’s or The Thirsty Lion Pub for something you can gnaw on that won’t bite you back.

Washington Square

9585 SW Washington Square Road
Tigard OR 97223

Home to more than 170 specialty stores and five major department stores (including the largest Nordstrom in the state!) as well as popular shops like Sephora Williams-Sonoma Abercrombie and Fitch and Pottery Barn you can’t beat this sprawling shopper’s paradise. Bring the kids and let them explore the LEGO store and Build-a-Bear Workshop before stopping for a bite to eat at the ample food court or the area’s only Cheesecake Factory location.

Westfield Vancouver Mall

8700 NE Vancouver Mall Drive
Vancouver WA 98662

Vancouver’s largest mall Westfield Vancouver has over 120 stores 21 restaurants and the area’s newest luxury movie theater Cinetopia. Stores include Loft Zumiez American Eagle Outfitters Champ’s Claire’s and so much more. At Westfield Vancouver Mall you can rest your feet while the little ones climb and explore the play area. Need to relax recharge or just catch your breath? The Family Lounge is a comfortable area where you and your little ones can take a break from shopping. This special spot for families features toys kid-friendly TV programs private nursing areas and baby changing stations.

Woodburn Premium Outlets

1001 N Arney Road
Woodburn OR 97071

About 30 minutes south of the Portland metro area and a premium outlet experience indeed Woodburn Premium Outlets is the largest tax-free outlet center in the West with over 100 stores. Gorgeous skylight-covered walkways and lodge-like Northwest design and landscaping greet you as you shop stores like Tommy Hilfiger Polo Ralph Lauren Ann Taylor Banana Republic Coach Factory GUESS? Columbia J.Crew Kenneth Cole Nike Under Armour North Face and more. A unique tree house play structure Disney Outlet Store and Build-a-Bear Outlet Store awaits the kiddos – making this a truly fun shopping experience for everyone year round.