Here are the newest businesses to open in Portland

Here are the newest businesses to open in Portland
Photo: Green Zebra Grocery/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on March 04, 2020.

Interested in exploring the newest businesses to open in Portland? From a deli to a plant nursery, read on to see the newest spots to open for business recently.

Green Zebra Grocery

photo: green zebra grocery/yelp

Stop by 4990 S.E. Division St. in Richmond and you'll find Green Zebra Grocery, a new grocery store. The shop offers deli options like sandwiches and a nacho bar, plus a variety of grocery items.

Yelper John K. wrote, "I believe Green Zebra will be a wonderful addition to the neighborhood. Green Zebra makes the most of limited space — refrigerated, freezer, deli counter and checkout areas make up most of the perimeter, aisles fill in the center, and they even have a small amount of parking."

45 North

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45 North is a wine bar, that recently opened its doors at 3920 N. Mississippi Ave. in Boise. And with five stars out of 10 reviews on Yelp, it's been a hit thus far. The bar offers both French and Oregonian wines.

Yelper Adam B. noted, "The space is comfortable and elegant. We enjoyed the couch seating area and mirrored tables. The best part was the wine flights. The service was attentive, friendly and helpful without being intrusive."

Emerald Line

Photo: Jill T./Yelp

A newcomer to Northwest, Emerald Line is a bar and traditional American spot that's located at 1800 N.W. 16th Ave. The eatery offers soups, sandwiches and coffee, and features a bar. 

Yelper Jill T. wrote, "Emerald Line does precisely what it's supposed to do. A community gathering place with fresh salads and several cafe choices for lunch or a light dinner.

Talise Garden

Photo: Evie M./Yelp

Talise Garden is a plant nursery, offering home decor and more that opened recently at 412 N.W. 11th Ave. in Pearl District. Yelpers are fans of Talise Garden, giving it five stars out of 17 reviews, so far. The store features cactuses, hanging plants, flowers and more. 

Yelper Matt E. noted, "It's a small space, but they make of the most of it, filling every nook and cranny with a wide variety of house plants. They've got most aesthetics covered, along with a range of light needs and ease of care."

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