The Weekend Schedule



Friday, July 6th 

8 pm to 11 pm

Jupiter Hotel  |   Hipster Chic



SATURDAY, July 7th 

5 pm to LATE

Yale Union  |   Hipster Formal



Sunday, July 8th 

11 Am to 1 pm 

Washington Park   |   Hipster Casual


All of the weekend's festivities will be in downtown Portland east. 

 Feel free to stay wherever you like.

Unsure where to pick? We recommend the Jupiter Next Hotel.



REsidence Inn (Pearl District) 

1150 NW 9th Ave   |   Portland OR 97209   |   503.220.1339

Jonathan's parents are staying here! It's a top-rated hotel at a great value a 10-minute drive from the weekend's events. 

Our block rate is $225/night for a King.

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Jupiter Next Hotel 

800 E. Burnside St.   |   Portland OR 97214   |   503.230.9200 

A brand new hotel on the same property as the Welcome Party and a 10-minute walk from the Ceremony and Reception.

We have a block of rooms under Jonathan & Luke, and please specify that you're interested in the new building.


The Nines (SPG)

525 SW Morrison   |   Portland, OR, 97204   |   877.229.9995

A stylish and luxurious hotel housed in a historic building downtown, a 5-minute drive from the weekend's events.

We don't have a block of rooms, but Luke and Jon are staying here.


Getting around:   Portland International Airport (PDX) is 13 miles northeast of the city with one easy-to-navigate terminal. There are several convenient ways to get into town from here: taxis, ride services, airport shuttles and the MAX Light Rail. The shuttle and the light rail are easy if you’re heading downtown and Lyft or Uber are also convenient if you're headed anywhere else. 



If you're looking for stuff to do, here our five of our favorite things. 

#1 - Dinner at Le Pigeon

Le Pigeon

This was the best date night we ever had, period.  But the menu of French-inspired food rotates, so just you’ll have to decide for yourselves.  In Portland style, they had a perfect restaurant and then put a bird on it.  Parfait.  (Pro tip, if you cannot snag a reservation, the 10-seat Chef's Counter is always open to those willing to wait.)  ($$$)

#2 - A walk around Portland Farmers Market (PSU)

Portland Farmers Market

If there’s not much sweeter than eating cherry tomatoes in Portland in late summer.  The produce! The food trucks!  The people watching!  Wandering around a farmers market is Portland at its quirkiest, its most vibrant, its best. Open on Saturdays from 8:30 to 2. ($)


#3 - A flight at Cascade Brewing

Cascade Brewing

Pucker up and toast to one Cascade Brewing’s sour beers.  The Blonde Ale Apricot is truly exceptional and there’s always the Sweet Cherry Kriek if you find you can’t stomach the sour.   Given the intensity and uniqueness of each brew, we recommend starting with a wide-ranging flight. ($$)

Sours really not your thing? More than 60+ breweries, cideries, wineries, and food carts will be at the  Portland Craft Beer Festival in Fields Neighborhood Park on July 6-8th. 


#4 - Get lost in Powell's Books

Powell's Books

Powell’s Books, the world’s largest independent bookstore, is where your inner nerd can finally find herself.   For everyone else, the ‘City of Books’ provides a map. ($)


#5 - A late-night snack at Voodoo Doughnut

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Voodoo Doughnut is a Portland classic, but they still make ‘em fresh daily.  We’re told that the Bacon Maple Bar is Portland’s finest export, although we are partial to the ‘Oh Captain, My Captain’ (a vehicle for Captain Crunch).  Doughnuts not your thing? The store’s mishmash decor alone is worth the trip to Old Town. ($) 


Did you enjoy those recommendations?

We also have a list of our five favorite things in every city we've traveled to together.

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