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Albertina's Place 

Discover a Gem

Albertina’s Place is located in Northeast Portland inside the historic Old Kerr Nursery Building. Experience a favorite Portland tradition and give back to your community at the same time by visiting Albertina's Place for a delicious lunch at the restaurant, shopping for antiques and collectibles, gently used clothes, accessories, home goods and both vintage and fine jewelry, along with costume jewelry, scarves, purses, leather goods and artwork from Albertina Kerr's Portland Art and Learning Studios.

Business Hours 


November 26, 2018-December 21, 2018


Albertina's Place: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 


Click here for consignment program information.

Albertina's Kitchen
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.       
Monday to Friday
Saturday - Special Events only       
Reservations highly recommended. Call 503-231-0216.


Thanksgiving: November 21-24, 2018

Holiday: December 22, 2018-January 5, 2019

Reopening after Holiday: January 7, 2019

Empower a Life

Because Albertina's Place supports the programs of Albertina Kerr, your visit will support a local business as well as children, adults and families in our community who face mental health challenges and developmental disabilities. The restaurant and shop are entirely staffed and managed by volunteers dedicated to supporting the mission of Albertina Kerr.  

Celebrations and Private Events 

Hold your celebration or private event at Albertina's Place and enjoy gracious service, delicious food and speciality shopping. 

Get Involved 

We offer fun and meaningful volunteer opportunities in a variety of areas and skill sets. Learn more about Volunteering at Albertina’s Place. Find out the latest happenings at Albertina's Place by reading our newsletter

Visit Us 

Albertina’s Place is less than a mile from downtown Portland, located in the heart of the Kerns neighborhood. Click here for directions.

Memberships and Associations 

The Old Kerr Nursery Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Portland Historic Landmark.