Pine Street Market, Portland

Pine Street Market, Portland

Although it is called a market, this building on the corner of Pine Street and 2nd Avenue features many well-known Portland-only eateries in a very 'food-court', picnic-style atmosphere. Whatever you choose here, it's going to be pretty good, allowing to explore some of the many things that Portland has to offer – from old favorites to ones never tried before, all in one setting. It's a very clean and nice space, great for lunch break or a casual dinner. Could be very convenient for a date, but the variety of food choices also makes it a go-to place for groups with folks who might want different things.

For cuisines, the food hall has a little bit of everything: smokey Korean BBQ, rotisserie chicken, ramen, soft-serve, burgers and pizza – you name it. Vegetarian? Check out the Veggie Reggie: vegan sausage patty, tofu bacon and cheese (ask for none of the latter if you are vegan). Once you've ordered from an eatery, expect to be given a beeper of when the food is ready to be picked up. Some of the eateries have their own seating/counter space, but much of it is communal seating.

Opening Hours:
Daily: 8am–11pm

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Pine Street Market on Map

Sight Name: Pine Street Market
Sight Location: Portland, USA (See walking tours in Portland)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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