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Location and Hours

Vino is located in a bustling SE neighborhood, filled with shops and restaurants. Stop by during our normal hours, which are listed below or check out our Friday Flights and weekend wine tasting selections.

Vino is located at:

  • 137 SE 28th Street
  • Portland, OR 97214
  • Phone: 503.235.8545

Hours:

  • Tuesday 10:30-5:30
  • Wednesday 10:30-5:30
  • Thursday 10:30-5:30
  • Friday 10:30-8:00
  • Saturday 10:30-6:30
  • Sunday 12:00-5:00
  • Monday Closed

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