Sellwood-Moreland in Portland, Maine is an area full of character and charm. With its bustling local shopping centers, an array of great restaurants and cafes, as well as a unique art scene that continues to grow with each passing day this district offers plenty to explore for everyone who visits.
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The main attraction in Sellwood-Moreland is the historic Moreland Theater which first opened its doors in 1925 and has been featured on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982 due to it being the last remaining original movie house from the 1920’s era still standing today. This theater continues to be a popular spot for showing both independent films as well as classic favorites like Grease which make for a truly one-of-a kind experience every time visitors pass through its doors.
When it comes time to grab a bite after watching a movie there are plenty of places worth exploring such as The Pie Spot located near the theater where visitors can find sweet and savory pies baked fresh daily or Hazel Room Café & Bar which provides delicious Mediterranean inspired meals with touches of Middle Eastern cuisine. Whether looking for something fast or needing a place to catch up after visiting friends, Sellwood-Moreland’s eateries have you covered no matter what your craving may be!
For those more into shopping look no further than Sellwood’s farmer’s market held every Sunday between May – October offering everything from fresh produce, homemade jams, jewelry made by local artisans and much more perfect for picking up some unique items while supporting local businesses at the same time.
Despite its small size compared to other areas around Portland, Sellwood-Moreland is quickly becoming one of the city’s most loved districts due to its eclectic combination of shops, entertainment and great eats all in one convenient location making it easy not to want leave anytime soon!