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Multnomah Village

Multnomah Village is a charming neighborhood nestled in the city of Portland, Oregon, known for its small-town atmosphere and vibrant community spirit. Only about a five-minute drive from downtown Portland, Multnomah celebrated 100 years as a business district in 2009.


A celebrated and diverse business district since it was first established as a train station in the early 1900’s by the Oregon Electric Railway, many of the original buildings in Multnomah Village are still intact, and the compact pedestrian-friendly “downtown” retains the ambiance and spirit of that earlier period.

Multnomah Village offers a unique mix of retail stores, restaurants, brewpubs, art galleries and more – a majority of which are locally owned. Anchored by the Multnomah Arts Center, the village also offers a range of professional services including banking, real estate, financial and legal services as well as auto, medical, beauty and health services.​

Residents and visitors can enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring the various art galleries and antique stores or savoring a delicious meal at one of the many cozy restaurants and pubs. With its tree-lined streets and community-focused events, Multnomah Village fosters a strong sense of belonging, making it a beloved and cherished neighborhood in Portland.

Did You Know?

  • Thinker Toys (7784 SW Capitol Hwy), family-owned since 1994, occupies the largest single retail space in Multnomah Village.

  • Since 1978, Annie Bloom’s Books (7834 SW Capitol Hwy) has provided Multnomah Village with a broad range of book titles across many genres.

  • The Lucky Labrador Public House (7675 SW Capitol Hwy) is in the former home of the Orenomah Chapter No. 141’s Freemasons Lodge, built in 1925.

  • Marco's Café (7910 SW 35th Ave) is a local favorite for American dishes and cocktails, while Tastebud (7783 SW Capitol Hwy) serves up wood-fired pizzas.

A building with the words Multnomah Village on the side

Getting Here!

Conveniently located just off I-5, village parking is available on the street as well as at the Multnomah Arts Center. TriMet buses 44 and 45 serve the community, and the area is easily accessed by bicycle.

Multnomah Village street scene with painted mural
Mutnomah Village Street Scene
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