Located in the heart of Portland, Oregon, Portland State provides every student the opportunity to participate in internships & community-based projects.
such a lovely place to spend a Saturday morning... if you're not coming here you haven't had the full Portland experience
my obsession with weekly flowers has only grown
Pine State Biscuts.....yum? Yes! Yum!
It's the most beautiful Farmers Market I've seen in the USA.
Free samples, music, and an assortment of Portland's best foods. What more could you ask for?
Seek out Jacobs creamery for awesome cheeses and butter.
You can find everything! One of the best markets you can visit.
Don't eat a big meal before coming, and plan on doing your grocery shopping there.
Stop By The Portland Curry Co. And get the lunch special! I recommend the grilled cheese and Dal :-)
Great selection and fantastic prices.
Right on: Community and fair priced excellent produce.
Real farmers selling good food. Based on the quality and community experience why would you shop anywhere but here every Saturday? Simple amazing so I leave my heart with the people and this place.
The best market I've ever been to. It goes on forever! Go early to beat the masses. Vegetables, fruits, flowers galore!
Best selection of fresh vegetables. The cut flowers are amazing.
Rain or Shine Farmers market. The breakfast burrito line is reaaalllllly long.
Checking out the farmers market!
Tastebuds bagels. Montreal style... Crunchy without being toasted. You must.
Spring Hill has some of the best veggies at the market. Their lettuces are amazing, great tomatoes, and when kale is in season, they are very generous in their bundles.
Get the berry blast crepe
Sungold farms has excellent plant starts. They have fared much better in my garden than plants from any other nursery or stand at the farmer's market.
"We' ve added a touch of magic .. I still have not tasted great pump for dessert?"
Bring a reusable bag. Per city ordinance, vendors no longer provide plastic bags.
Eat lots of fresh berries and drink all the wine samples. Cheap date.
Well I found in love with this free market. So different of our free markets in France. Perfect sunday morning! And good food:-)
The move: Pono Farms applewood smoked anything.
This puts San Diego farmers markets to shame!
Try the balloon man and kids poetry.
You can either wait in line for breakfast at Pine State Biscuits, or you can or walk around sampling everything else. Either way, a win.
Black Sheep Bakery is my favorite. Trying the pumpkin cobbler bars - so good!
Get a soup from Chef Kathryn. It will warm you up on a damp day!
Four gluten free bakeries AND deep dish gluten free pizza...all found in the first ten minutes!
Good market with yummy breakfast foods and music. Don't recall the name, but the chilaquiles breakfast was a win. Also: half flats of berries for $15. !!!
Portland State University has their own tent! Give 'em a visit for giveaways, take photos in a food-inspired photo booth, & ask about the "behind the scenes" market tour with Farmers' Market staff!
Don't be distracted by the fruit and veggies - head straight to the back and find Pine State Biscuits. Grab yourself a Reggie biscuit sandwich :: chicken, bacon & cheese topped with gravy
Must stop at pesto outside of the box booth, as well as zuppa for mint lemonade and channa masala. Support local farmers by buying from multiple fruit and veggie stands!
Pine State Biscuits!!!!
Spunky monkey coffee!
Pick up some flowers for the one that you love.
Petunia's bakery will rock your world!
Don't buy all your veggies, fruit, or other produce at one stand. Shop around. Support different farms.
From delicious breakfast biscuits to incomparable Oregon goat cheese, the Farmer’s Market held on the PSU campus is a-must for serious and not-so-serious food aficionados. Don’t leave empty handed!
Jacobs for vanilla pudding, grab fresh fruit - dip and enjoy.
Go early and grab breakfast at the Pine State Biscuit stand. A great way to start the day.
Try to find some brussels sprout rapini.
Try the sea beans !
Is it local? Yes!
Grab a breakfast burrito to start and then check out the rest of the market - beautiful flowers and produce, and a wide variety of cheese, sauces, jams, chocolates - the list goes on.