It may not feel like it, but it's coming; barbecue season in Portland. We'll be pulling out the grills soon, and we'll be in need of some fresh produce and juicy meat.
Inexpensive ham hocks, and no frill meat selection. Perfect for stocking up on meat for a BBQ. A selection of pre-packaged sliced deli meat also available.
Keep Laurelhurst in mind for your last minute meat purchases as late as 10 p.m. On Tuesdays they start frying up their famous fried chicken at 11 a.m. that's only available until they sell out.
The name "fruit company" is deceiving. This locally owned market has sausages, wine, produce, and even a bulk section. If I lived closer, I'd be here every day.
The sprawling meat case is filled with every cut of meat (porterhouse, yeah!) imaginable including hotdogs and pre-made BBQ sides, such as twice baked potatoes. Don't forget to grab a smoked bone for your furry friend at home.
Come to PSU with an empty stomach and leave with a gut full of samples from cheese stands, Dave's Killer, and your own shopping bag.
The cafeteria-style dining in the back of this Mexican market, is anything but a secret these days, as hoards of Portlanders chow down on deliciously cheap tacos and burritos.
Produce and lots of supplements give this corner spot "That Co-Op Smell." Don't pass up the cheap wine that's often marked down.
Where can you get fresh albacore tuna, a pint of Captured by Porches beer, & local produce Mon. - Fri.? Kruger's in St. Johns, of course.
Fresh produce and flowers via Sauvie Island year round. Grab a cart, because if you're like me, you'll have your arms full in no time. Fish available from Flying Fish too!
Mostly local and organic vegetables, fruit, dry goods and wine are all available here. It's a corner store sans Cheetos and Mt. Dew.
Each Cason brother deserves a hug for providing succulent cuts of meat at low prices. Come here in the summer for large quantities and no line.
Love for meat is not only evidenced by the delectable salamis, pates and mousses—but by the sincere grin on their face as they pass over a sample.