Charming Neighborhood Includes Beaumont Village
Situated in northeast Portland, Beaumont-Wilshire is a well-established neighborhood that many consider the gem of the east side. With its views of downtown Portland and the Cascades, Beaumont-Wilshire is a cozy, family-friendly area. Beaumont Village on NE Fremont Street offers restaurants, cafés, bars, and shops. This neighborhood, which is bordered by the Rose City Park, Grant Park, Cully, Concordia, and Alameda neighborhoods, has central access to Portland’s Interstates and is close to Portland International Airport.
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Beaumont Wilshire Neighborhood Real Estate and Walkability Score
With its strong sense of community, Beaumont-Wilshire boasts well-kept homes in a variety of styles, from craftsman and ranch to bungalow and Cape Cod. First developed in 1910, the neighborhood has wide roads and larger yards than you typically find in Portland. Plus, thanks to its location on the Alameda Ridge, some homes have incredible views of the city.
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Date Night: Eat & Drink
The dining options in Beaumont-Wilshire are eclectic and delicious! From pubs to cafés to stylish restaurants, there’s something for everyone in a walkable distance.
Momiji Sushi Bar and Restaurant: Serving traditional and innovative Japanese cuisine. The atmosphere is casual, with a modern and upscale design that creates a relaxing and enjoyable dining experience. Their eclectic sushi bar is paired with a full-scale Japanese kitchen offering traditional Japanese dishes as well as a full liquor bar. In their 18 year long history, Momiji Sushi Restaurant has grown to become one of the biggest Japanese dining destinations in Oregon. They invite you to join them and experience for yourself one of the finest Japanese restaurants and sushi bars around.
Service options: Curbside Pickup · No Dine-In · No Delivery
Nepali Kitchen and Chai Garden: Himalyan/Nepalese cuisine at its finest in the Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood. One customer’s review says it all, “This place is great! Walk through the entryway and Fremont melts away from you as you step into a little garden surrounded by small dining pods, the air filled with calming music. The menu is short and simple, making food selection straightforward and easy. We grabbed the lentil soup with rice, some dumplings, roti, and two chai teas. The food came quickly but the dining pods are so nice that I would have happily waited twice as long- it’s a very relaxing experience. The chai teas came out first, they pack a powerful flavour punch and are not very sweet (which is good I think). Everything we ordered was great; piping hot, tasty, and portion sizes large enough for us to have leftovers for tomorrow’s lunches. The server was very helpful and prompt, he did a great job helping with my allergies. I would highly recommend this spot, it is unlike anywhere else I’ve been in Portland.” – Annabel P.
Service options: Dine-In · Takeout · No Delivery
Address: 3434 NE 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97213
Beaumont-Wilshire is a close-knit neighborhood despite its urban feel. Great schools and fun events create a strong sense of community.
Multiple annual events contribute to the neighborhood’s fun, friendly feel. Every August, Fremont Fest provides visitors with live music, art, and a parade. Holiday Fest in December includes music, snacks, and Santa! The Fremont Fun Run is in June and October has Fright Night.
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Shopping & Businesses
Whether gifts or groceries, Beaumont-Wiltshire has many fun and practical options.
Defining Image Salon: Located on NE Fremont Street in the Beaumont Neighborhood since 1999, Defining Image Salon provides quality hair cuts, color and color correction uniquely defined by their focus on each client’s particular needs. With years of experience in many specialties, their highly educated staff work as a team to provide their patrons with the highest quality and broadest range of services. Their success comes from their definitive vision of creating beautiful, healthy, living hair color. Your hair… is their artwork.
The Arrangement: A boutique with an ever-changing inventory – a perfect blend of local and global makers, displayed to perfection for endless inspiration. Visit the shop to peruse the extensive selection of greeting cards, home goods, decor, men’s and women’s gifts, clothing, jewelry, books, children’s gifts, and more.
Service Options: In-Store Shopping · In-Store Pickup
Beaumont Market: A Northeast Portland staple that belongs to the historic Beaumont community. They exist to serve the people that have proudly chosen to call this area home. Their store stays true to what gives this community life and proudly support local businesses by carrying many Portland-made products, while also providing fresh produce, high quality meats, a wide variety of beer and wine and so much more!
Service Options: In-Store Shopping
Settlemier Jackets & Logos: Established in 1990 by Gloria Settlemier in the basement of their family home, Settlemier’s has grown to the complete jacket factory that can be found today in their 8,000 sq. ft. factory. Now operated by her son, Aaron Settlemier, Settlemier’s has been making the highest quality varsity-style products in Portland, Oregon, for over 25 years.
Beaumont Nails & Spa: Their motive is quality. Their commitment to you is their number one priority. Their professional, inviting and friendly staff with a new environment will ease your mind and body. Escape to Beaumont Nails & Spa, a place where beauty, well-being and health come together. As their guest, they hope your stay with them is unlike any other.
Parks & Green Spaces
Wilshire Park – About a mile (1.6 km) from Beaumont Village, Wilshire Park is a 14-acre (6 ha) green space with an accessible picnic area. Other amenities include an off-leash area for dogs, horseshoe pits, playground, soccer and softball fields and a volleyball court.
- Fernhill Park – Horseshoe Pit, Nature Patch, Picnic Table, Playground, Dog Off-leash Area, Paths (Paved), Track, Baseball Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Splash Pad, Volleyball Court
- Grant Park – Accessible Play Area, Accessible Restroom, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Table, Playground, Statue or Public Art, Dog Off-leash Area, Paths (Paved), Paths (Unpaved), Track, Baseball Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Synthetic Turf, Fountain (Interactive), Basketball Court, Tennis Court (Lighted)
Things to Do & See in Beaumont-Wilshire
Historic theaters and galleries provide ample entertainment. Then, fuel up at one of the many unique restaurants, cafes, or pubs in the area.
Prince Coffee: Started in 2016 in the little neighborhood of Kenton in Portland, Oregon, they brewed delicious coffee and made fresh stroopwafels. Since then, they have moved to a permanent space in Beaumont-Wilshire and are thrilled to serve their neighborhood! They are a multi-roaster cafe, specializing in making excellent coffee, breakfast sandwiches, and still, on special occasions, their famous stroopwafels. They are also proud of their thoughtfully curated retail selection, helping you enhance the experience of brewing beautiful coffee at home!
Service options: Dine-In · Takeout · No Delivery
WedgeHead: Walk in and grab a booth downstairs. Get an unlimited pinball wristband for $12 and head up to the game room. Wedgehead still offers takeout food, draft beers, and craft cocktails from Little Hands @littlehandsstiffdrinks! They’re doing it all themselves – you won’t find them on any of the other delivery apps. Support local and small independent businesses by ordering direct! And they’re offering delivery on orders over $30.
Service Options: Dine-In · Curbside Pickup · No-Contact Delivery
Guardino Gallery: Situated in Northeast Portland, the Guardino Gallery is a destination that can fulfill many of your artistic needs: from the visual stimulation of changing exhibitions to shopping from a fine selection of contemporary crafts. The Guardino Gallery is located on the corner of 30th and NE Alberta. The Gallery hosts the Main Gallery, Feature Area, Window Gallery and Gift Shop. All are open Tuesday through Sunday.
Psychic Sister: Established in 2012, Psychic Sister is a woman-owned and operated small business with two locations in Olympia, WA and Portland, OR. They currently have a staff of seven wildly talented people. Their walls have held space for countless awakenings, connected experiences and deepening relationships among their 50+ local vendors, 20+ healing practitioners, and their amazing metaphysical communities. They support hundreds of local vintage traders while they recycle and restore countless garments each year. In their near decade of business, they have collaborated with teachers, activists and community leaders to lend their platform to justice and healing.
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History of the Neighborhood
Beaumont-Wilshire is an older, well established neighborhood with a strong sense of community. It has a nice mix of residential and commercial property. The main road through Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood is NE Fremont Street, and the primary commercial focus is “Beaumont Village”, between NE33rd and NE 50th.
Beaumont Village, on NE Fremont Street from NE 33rd to NE 50th, is one of those special places with strong ties to the surrounding Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood. The neighborhood was platted and first developed in 1910. According to 1996 Census data, the neighborhood consists primarily of owner-occupied, single-family housing, with approximately 5,463 residents. Residents recognize the Swiss House, which stands between NE 41st and NE 42nd on NE Fremont, as a popular and recognizable anchor for the commercial area. The building, nicknamed by residents for its 1929 Tudor style, offers services such as a hair salon, specialty retail, a grocery store and restaurants. Other buildings with varying styles and tenants line NE Fremont, providing residents with what they cite as good, small neighborhood.oriented businesses. Residents value NE Fremont’s easy walking access, gathering places, and its small-town and community center feel.