Blog Stories Thrifting Your Way Through St. Johns

Thrifting Your Way Through St. Johns

By Kevin Salisbury, November 23, 2021

St. Johns has always been one of Portland’s most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods. There are so many ways to spend your day in this picturesque neighborhood, but one of our favorites is thrifting. Going thrift shopping has many benefits beyond getting a good deal. These options are more sustainable, unique, and you’re usually supporting a small business and your local community. If we were spending the day thrifting in St. Johns this is how we’d spend it.

Cathedral Coffee – 7530 North Willamette Boulevard

When you’re heading out on the town looking for those perfect vintage pieces, you need to be prepared, and the best way to do that is a big cup of coffee from a local coffee shop. Cathedral Coffee is a local favorite because of its unique blends, welcoming atmosphere, and the added benefits of them being a full bakery. Grab some breakfast and a coffee before you’re ready to get shopping.

Gather Resale – 7400 North Lombard Street

Let’s start our trip with some clothes. Gather Resale is a consignment shop that focuses on high-quality clothes at a more accessible price to support community sustainability efforts. Locals boast about their variety in sizing, pricing, and style. You can even bring your clothes to sell yourself! This is a great way to keep up with style trends sustainably and update your closet at a great price.

Hound & Hare Vintage – 7322 N Leavitt Ave

Get vintage goods to match your vintage home! Hound & Hare has vintage clothing, home goods, and trinkets! The owner Stephanie has a wide array of knowledge and is a joy to learn from. This is the perfect place to find those special pieces for your wardrobe or home.

With all these wonderful choices, you will be able to get the deals of a lifetime and fill your wardrobe and home with so many special and unique pieces!

Kevin Salisbury

Broker | OR


Kevin is an Oregon native and University of Oregon graduate, who has a passion for community involvement and betterment.  Having lived in Portland for nearly a decade, Kevin has immersed himself in the culture of Portland and has built a reputation for himself based on hard work and professionalism.
Throughout his life, Kevin's drive has always been motivated by helping others, and he believes that there is no greater feeling than overcoming adversity and reaching a goal.  Putting this passion to work in the Real Estate field has proven to be a natural fit, and Kevin's unrivaled dedication to his clients helps to set him apart in the industry.
Kevin takes great pride in being a Realtor and strives to be an asset to his clients on a consistent basis – before, during, and after the purchase or sale of a home.  Kevin places a lot of value in the relational aspect of this profession, and his clients appreciate his ability to listen and show that he truly cares.  In short, Kevin is an experienced negotiator, industrious by nature, and a true advocate for his clients.
If you are looking for a hard-working, energetic Realtor with a wealth of market knowledge, give Kevin a call today!
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