Food reigns supreme in the Stadium District.  

Providence Park features the Portland Timbers Food Cart Alliance which is a cross-promotional program designed to highlight the Rose City’s flourishing food cart culture.  Each season, the PTFCA picks four Portland-area food carts to serve their specialties on Timbers and Thorns FC match days at Providence Park.

If you are not headed to the Park, there is a plethora of other eateries.  We will be featuring some of those places right here.

Founded in 1891, the Multnomah Athletic Club today serves 22,000 members in 600,000 square feet of recreation and event space in downtown Portland.  Amenities include restaurants, banquet halls, swimming pools, exercise rooms and courts of all sizes.

Artists Rep has become a significant presence in American regional theater with a legacy of world, national, and regional premieres of provocative new work with the highest standards of stagecraft.  The organization is committed to local artists and features a company of Resident Artists—professionals of varied theater disciplines—who are a driving force behind Artists Rep’s creative output and identity.

Designed in the style of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Hotel deLuxe combines an art deco aesthetic with modern art.  Enjoy extensive Provenance Signatures, afternoon tea, free screenings of classic films, and a curated photography collection.  Escape to the Driftwood Room for signature cocktails, or discover Gracie’s, Hotel deLuxe’s elegant restaurant specializing in Pacific Northwest fare.

Gilda’s is a family owned and managed restaurant serving authentic regional Italian food.  Gilda’s philosophy is that the best food is prepared simply, using the best possible ingredients and made with love – the same type of food you would experience in Italian homes, whether they be here or in Italy.