Only I just don't like it as much. They seem to have a very decent selection of shoes, but the ambiance is such that I just never want to go there. I think their stuff is decently priced, though.
This place always makes me frustrated because they have very very cute things for a lot of money. Sometimes they have decently priced sale items, and I'm particularly fond of the super soft 50/50 t-shirts they have right now.
This place isn't quite as cheap, and they don't give quite as much cash as they might lead you to believe, but it is a good place to get quality (never stained or ripped) and sometimes name brand used clothing for a decent price.
I like the fact that this independent auto service place does super cheap oil changes (13.95), but it's often booked for a least a week when you call.
I have gotten so many great things (Michael jackson's moonwalker for a dollar, anyone?) at this store. They always have amazing tapes for like a quarter, and good quality new books for under 5 bucks.
The fact that this theater of almost first-run movies costs only about 3 dollars is topped only by the fact that you can order and pizza and beer and eat it while you watch. cool architecture also.
I can't believe that the idea of a theater pub hasn't caught on in every other city in the world--where else but portland can you go see almost first-run films and drink a beer and have a slice?
I don't like paying a lot for movies, but when they are movies with really great special effects, I might as well pay the ten dollars to go see it on a huge 4 story screen. It feels like being at the IMAX--pretty cool.
Most of their things are outrageous or outrageously expensive, but the simple things I have bought there are pretty good quality, and I especially love their cotton underwear, which goes on sale for like 3 dollars twice a year.
I've been shopping here since I was in middle school. Particularly in middle school. It has a nice amibance, lots of things available to try, and I'm particularly fond of the mango and papaya body butters.