Goose Hollow is a curious neighborhood to dine in. Unlike many areas of Portland, including the nearby Nob Hill and downtown, it doesn’t feature rows of clustered bars and restaurants; pedestrians can walk for blocks before finding the next business. Most dining options spread around the outer edges, while the neighborhood itself is dominated by Lincoln High School and Providence Park. Still, there are options to be found here, walking or otherwise, including one of the city’s most celebrated historic pubs, its neighboring coffeehouse, an old-school brunch standby, and some standout under-the-radar Thai food.
Those looking at dining options for a pre-Timbers or Thorns map can find options here, but may also want to consult our map designed specifically for that need. And, as usual, this map is organized geographically, not by ranking.Read More