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Our Top 5 Favorite ‘Portlandia’ Filming Locations

Entertainment | Christine Bord | April 19, 2016

Our Top 5 Favorite ‘Portlandia’ Filming Locations

Photo courtesy of IFC

One of TV’s most travel-inspiring series, "Portlandia," aired its season 6 finale on IFC in late March and will be returning in 2017. Excited about its return, we got to thinking about all of our favorite locations from the show’s past seasons.

Here’s a look at our five favorite “Portlandia” filming locations in Portland, OR:

In Other Words Feminist Community Center, 14 NE Killingsworth

On the show, In Other Words plays the Women and Women First Book Store, owned by everyone’s favorite feminists, Candace and Toni.

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Mint/820 Pan American Bistro, 816 North Russell

Mint/820 served as the location for one of “Portlandia”'s most popular sketches in which a mixologist, played by Andy Samberg, creates some creative concoctions.

Voodoo Donuts, 22 SW 3rd Ave

A scavenger hunt brings Fred and Carrie to this Portland landmark.

Woodlawn Park

This was the site of “Star Trek” in the Park in season 2.

READ MORE: Portland Airport’s Infamous Rugs Being Replaced

Good Neighbor Pizzeria, 800 NE Dekum St

In “Portlandia,” Good Neighbor is Fisherman’s Porch, the brunch hotspot with a line around the corner.

This story originally appeared on the On Location Vacations blog.

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