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Portland Farmers Market, Portland

Categories: Farmers Markets, Food & Drink, Shopping
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4.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • What I found online about the market didn't do it justice. There were far more vendors than I expected and the campus / park setting was beautiful. There weren't too many spots making fresh, hot break...  read more »
  • When I told my husband that I wanted to go to Portland's Farmers Market he was not too enthused. After all we go to our local and not too shabby Farmer's Market in Chicago often and have been to amazi...  read more »
  • Our flight arrived into PDX at 5am and we made it to the Portland Market early as the vendors were setting up their stalls. As photographers' this is market is a dream - the colors and variety of item...  read more »
  • We used to go here all the time but it has become miserable. Parking is very difficult and the enforcement is totally over the top. They will find anything at all to give you a healthy fine for and it is too difficult to fight it, so you just have to pay. There is nothing too trivial and many of the regulations aren't apparent unless you do a detailed study of your space and all the obscure signage around it. This is obviously a major revenue source for the City. The market itself is very crowded and the prices are high. There are often long lines to pay. Do yourself a favor and go to the Beaverton farmer's market. The prices are better, the selection just as good, parking is free and plentiful and it is busy but not crowded. It is also convenient by Max. There are other good farmer's markets throughout the metropolitan area as well. If you do go to the Portland farmer's market, go by public transit and schlep your stuff home in a backpack. Try to go early to avoid the crush.
  • A great place to buy local, very fairly priced, sometimes organic, produce. There are always tons of free samples at the bakery booths - be sure to check them out. There are also lots of great food venders from around Portland. I recommend checking out Pine State Biscuits! Once you decide that you love them, be sure to head over to their restaurant location to get more!
  • Lovely day fall day for a walk through the market. Lots of great local seasonal produce, with much of it organic. Great atmosphere for veggie and people watching. There's also a wonderfully large variety of various ethnic specially items as well. It's easy to see why so many people bring extra bags, carts, buggies, and wagons. There's just way to much great stuff to pass up.
  • This is definitely the best farmers market in Portland, with every local, seasonal, organic product you could hope to find. The people are great, it goes year-round, and it's the best place to do your weekly shopping, no matter what you need.
  • The best selection of farmers and produce. You know who grew the food you're gonna eat, and supporting them helps everyone! Parking is a little hard to find but turnover is fast.
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