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Popular French Bakery Unveils Plans to Open in Downtown's Morgan Building

St. Honoré aims to open its fourth Portland-area location by the end of 2016

St. Honoré Bakery SE Division
St. Honoré Bakery SE Division
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Specializing in everything from macarons and croissants to hard ciders from Normandy and Brittany, St. Honoré Bakery has locations on NW Thurman and SE Division and in Lake Oswego, and it will now open its fourth location in the Morgan Building, located at SW Washington and Park, according to a press release from Urban Renaissance Group. The group says the new St. Honoré will be 2,000 square feet, with an onsite bakery and cafe, and will serve "pastries, desserts, breads, salads, entrees, sandwiches, and catering items."

The Morgan Building is on the National Register of Historic Places and features plenty of Old Portland architecture, and St. Honoré Bakery has always pulled out the stops in terms of decor in its other locations; for instance, the SE Division bakery has traditional tiles made especially for the bakery by French artisans and a striking statue of St. Honoré by a Polish sculptor—not to mention one of the largest hard cider tap lists around.

When it opens, St. Honoré Bakery's downtown location will serve breakfast and lunch, and according to the Portland Business Journal, the bakery could fire up the ovens as soon as December 2016.

St. Honoré Boulangerie

2335 NW Thurman Street, Portland, OR 97210 503 445 4342 Visit Website

St. Honoré Bakery Downtown

720 SW Washington St, Portland, OR 97205, USA

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