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Monticello Antiques

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8600 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97216-1147
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Ljh wrote a review May 2019
Santa Rosa, California42 contributions7 helpful votes
I am so glad that I found my way to Monticello Antiques on a recent trip to Portland. It is so well curated and the items in each stall are a joy to look at. I was able to find two small treasures that could fit in my carry-on suitcase. If I visit again, I will bring an empty suitcase to fill!! I used public transportation and this shop is on a convenient bus route.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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richard g wrote a review Jun 2018
Portland, Oregon777 contributions218 helpful votes
Our first visit and we enjoyed it! What a great idea to have a Cafe for us old guys to indulge! Very well organized and good, clean facilities (if you know what I mean 🤓) Look for street parking
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Adventure-n-Fun wrote a review Apr 2018
64 contributions9 helpful votes
This is such an interesting antique and vintage store. There are some new ‘old’ items, too. We have been here a few times now and especially enjoy the garden items. They have everything from vintage garden chairs to French-style wire plant etegeres. They have old lighting, Vaseline glass, furniture and so forth, too. It really is a fun place to browse and think of how to creatively use your ‘finds’. Definitely worth a trip.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Robert B wrote a review Apr 2018
Ferndale, Washington48 contributions22 helpful votes
With so many antique malls and shops going out of business, it's great to find a thriving mall with high quality REAL antiques (i.e not thrift store items). Prices at many booths are quite reasonable too. The cafe is also a pleasure to visit, with well made coffees and tasty baked items (I've never had any of their kitchen items but they look great too!). Seating is cozy and comfortable.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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RSNN wrote a review Jan 2018
Portland, Oregon6,401 contributions262 helpful votes
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I haven;'t been here since last summer and just had the urge to go look for something special for a birthday. And boy did I find it. As soon as I saw this Art Deco Antelope I just had to buy it ASAP. I ciirceled around all the antiques several time to see all that they had that caught my eye. before I narrowed it down to the one item I wanted the most for this visit. And there were quite a few for sure. I saw a classic Coca-cola serving tray. and even a 1959 Royal Daulton Jug of Merlin and an owl. I will have to go back for that for sure. It will make for a great accent piece on my book shelf holding all my stage magic books. Or perhaps with my collection of Michael Morcock fantasy novels. I am so amazed by what you can find here. Yes, this is truly a great place to go and explore what gems they have tucked away inside for you to discover. They also have a Cafe where you can eat. There used to be a small video poker room, but that is now gone. The main focus is antiques anyway. And the prices seem to be very reasonable. So you don't have to win a big jackpot to pay for your great discoveries. You just need to take your time and see all they have to offer. looks like they are having a Store Wide Expo sale March 1-4th. I'll have to make sure I drop in again at that time to see what else I might end up taking home with me.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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