The Pied Cow

The Pied Cow

SE Portland
  • Café or Bistro
  • Sweets

One of the most "Portland" cafes in town, the Pied Cow is located in an old victorian house in the center of the Belmont/Hawthorne neighborhood of SE Portland. Its colorful space is great for first dates and includes several small, lavishly decorated rooms and an outdoor garden patio. Go in the evening or late at night for a cup of unique tea or drinks. For a real adventure, get a group together to buy their $50 ice cream sundae, try a bowl of kava (don't plan to drive after, it's stronger than you think) or hookah in the garden.

(503) 230-4866

3244 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214, United States

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