Claiming a slice of land along the crossroads of Highway 26 and Highway 213, the Foster-Powell neighborhood boasts a uniquely diverse collection of residents, shops and entertainment. Following the Portland food and drink reputation, this location has seen a substantial growth in both local restaurants and bars in the past few years. Offering an eclectic variety of authentic fare, the An Xuyen Bakery is well known for it's transcontinental eats and beverages; stop in for their famous banh mi, vietnamese iced tea or grab a loaf of freshly baked french bread for dinner at home. Additional grub options in the area include cuisines such as seafood, filipino, chinese, burgers and bar bites at one of the many nearby eateries. Feel like making a meal at home? Get adventurous and stop into the Good Neighbor European Deli Market to try out more than seventy varieties of meat as well as an endless array of exotic canned and pickled goods or rare breads and cheeses. Take in the outdoors in one of the three parks in the neighborhood or venture a few minutes out to trek Mt.Tabor Park for an afternoon picnic. Additional recreation is always a close at hand with tango lessons at the nearby Tango Berretin, movies at the historic Bobwhite Theater and an annual, neighborhood-specific tour of the local inner-city gardens. With a median home price of $285,000 and a steadily growing urban scene, this neighborhood is prime real estate for first time home buyers and investors looking to tap into the rental market.