Just a 15-minute drive from downtown Portland, Cully
combines a close-knit neighborhood culture with a thriving commercial strip that houses
plenty of restaurants and an active nightlife. Residents of Cully place a strong emphasis on community, with an involved neighborhood association that focuses on everything from traffic control to local sustainability initiatives.
Populated with a range of bars, shops, and restaurants, the 42nd Avenue commercial district forms the western border of Cully. Locals love stopping in for weeknight karaoke at the Spare Room Restaurant and Lounge or grabbing dinner at Old Salt, a boutique meat market and eatery. The neighborhood also features a mixture of residential and commercial spaces, from Cat
Six cycle shop to a variety of homes and smaller apartment buildings. The Cully Farmers Market gathers locally-sourced food, crafts, live music, and other attractions every Thursday from June to September.