Portland September 27, 2017
The Incredible Marketplace In Portland Every Food Lover Will Simply Adore
If you want to have all your food dreams collide at once, this is your go-to stop in Portland. Featuring everything from cheeseburgers to barbecue to ramen to gourmet hot dogs, this nine-restaurant dining mega-hall is somewhere you are definitely going to want to visit on an empty stomach and with plenty of time.
Pine Street Market is located the historic Carriage and Baggage Building.
Built in 1886, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
From its beginnings as livery and horse-drawn carriage storage facility to a notable run as the original home of Portland's Old Spaghetti Factory, the building has been around for a long time.
Throughout the 80s and 90s, the building was home to several nightclubs, until 2016 when the Pine Street Market officially opened.
The communal dining room and counter service restaurants give Pine Street Market much of its appeal.
Go with a group of friends and plan on staying awhile as you taste your way through all the great food.
Start your day with a trip to the Brass Bar, a top-of-the-line coffee shop with its own delicious roast.
The fifth shop for local coffee spot Barista, Brass Bar delivers great drinks and is said to have some of the best baristas around.
Start your day with an acai bowl from Kure.
Serving juices, smoothies, tonic shots and more, this is the place to start your day with plenty of fruits and veggies.
Marukin's Ramen is worth the stop alone.
Using handmade noodles and local ingredients, this Tokyo ramen shop will not disappoint your tastebuds.
Or combine your love of juice with ramen. Kure + Marukin = a perfect pair.
With open seating, you can pick and choose your meal whichever way you like it.
Grab a croissant or a loaf of bread at Trifeta Annex.
Mastermind Ken Forkish, a James Beard Award winning author and baker sells his sister bakery, Trifeta Tavern's, croissants and breads here, and also whips up some incredible pizzas come lunch time.
Head over to OP Wurst to satisfy your hot dog cravings in the best way.
These locally crafted hot dogs are made of Pacific Northwest pork, stuffed into Portland French Bakery bun, topped with a delightful array of toppings, and are nothing short of mind blowing.
There is even a chart to help you decide.
It may be hard to pick just one, but don't go crazy just yet because there is a whole lot more food to explore before you are done here.
Kim Jong Smokehouse combines Korean-style street food with Southern-style smoking for a taste explosion in the best way.
The Short Rib Bibim bap is a must-try, as are all their bowls.
Choose from toppings such as mushrooms, chicken, salmon, pork or short ribs, and you have a wonderful meal.
If you are starting to fill up, a Steamed Bun with Pulled Pork is still a must-try.
Bless Your Heart Burgers brings you back to the tastes of childhood with its juicy burgers and loaded fries, like these fine Down and Dirty Fries.
Cocktails and housemade sodas will round out your meal at this throwback eatery.
Enjoy some out-of-this- world chicken at Pollo Bravo.
Based on Spanish-style chicken, you are definitely going to want to try their signature rotisserie chicken.
While you are there, add on an order or Potatoes Bravas.
Or better yet, get a whole bird and fries to go and eat it when you are finally hungry again after all this eating.
Finish your tour of amazing food with a stop by Salt & Straw's Wiz Bang Bar for some soft serve that will blow your mind.
There's always room for a sundae, right?
The Pine Street Market is located at
126 SW 2nd Avenue.