Palio Dessert & Espresso

1996 Southeast Ladd Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

503-232-9412

Mon-Fri 7am-11pm; Weekends 8am-11pm

If you are looking for that perfect hideaway to meet that special someone, or write that late term paper, it can be found at Palio Espresso and Dessert House, located in the historic Ladd’s Addition neighborhood in inner SE Portland. 

A variety of provincial pastries, desserts and Portland’s own Stumptown Coffee is featured at Palio.

Whether you are looking for that big bowl of soup on a rainy day, or the finest Key Lime pie in the middle of the summer, it’s found in Portland most beautiful, park-like setting.

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