In the last few weeks, many of Portland’s beloved bakeries and pastry shops have temporarily closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although boxes of decadent, buttery croissants and colorful donuts is undoubtedly a luxury, they also can offer a bright spot and a brief escape to normalcy during these tumultuous times.
Below is an assortment of the bakeries and pastry shops still offering delivery and takeout. Please note that this list is not meant to be comprehensive, and restaurants have been changing their business plans on a day-to-day basis during the outbreak; it’s best to contact these restaurants directly to confirm these hours. For a larger selection of takeout options, check out our delivery and takeout guide.
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Bar King is currently offering weekend “brunch boxes” for pickup. The $25 brunch boxes come with two 12 ounce coffees and a sampling of inventive pastries, including a brown butter mochi cake with buckwheat and honey ganache. Order early online by DMing Bar King’s Instagram account.
Communion Bakehouse is offering a limited number of cookies for pickup on Thursdays between 2 and 4 p.m., and chef’s choice pastry boxes for pickups on Saturdays between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sample pastries include cardamom-date swirl danishes and passionfruit-and-lime bars. Order online through the Communion Bakehouse website.
Although Dos Hermanos storefront is closed for customers, folks can continue to enjoy their beloved breads by calling and picking up orders at the Dos Hermanos pickup window. The best place to see the bakery’s current offerings is on Instagram, where they showcase seasonal items like hot cross buns and rosca de reyes wreath bread. Orders should be placed at least 24 to 48 hours in advance; call (971) 266-8348 to order.
Multiple Grand Central Bakery locations remain open for takeout only. Grand Central is also encouraging customers to order online or call in their orders in advance. Folks can pick up their orders from Grand Central’s walk-up windows between 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. everyday except Monday.
Jinju Patisserie is offering their full menu of croissants, European pastry desserts, and hand crafted chocolates for takeout only. Customers can order via text and phone: (503) 828-7728.
Both Little T Baker’s locations on SE Division and in Providore Fine Foods remain open for takeout and/or delivery. Takeout is available through their SE Division location, while delivery options are available via Providore Fine Foods.
Killingsworth’s Seastar Bakery is currently offering Friday and Saturday pickups through their website. In addition to offering pastries like English muffins, cookies, and even pizza, customers can order baking ingredients like flour, yeast, and eggs that are currently hard to find in grocery stores.
Twisted Croissant remains open for takeout everyday except Monday. Folks can also order beloved pastries like seasonal German chocolate cruffins and lemon, marionberry and fromage blanc danishes on UberEats.
This bakery pop-up originally planned to open on April 1, but now the company is offering pre-order pastry boxes filled with treats like coffee cinnamon rolls and matcha lemon cakes. The full menu is available on Instagram; email jenandBees@gmail.com to place an order.
Gluten-free and vegan bakery and cafe has a number of desserts available for takeout or delivery, including take-and-bake sticky buns, cookie dough, whole coffee cakes, and more. Call (503) 841-5961 for curbside pickup, or order through this website. Order deliveries through GrubHub, DoorDash, or Postmates.
Every week, Nuvrei posts menus for pre-order, including things like macarons, cookie boxes, and chef’s choice pastry boxes. Orders need to come in by Thursday at 8 p.m. for Saturday deliveries.
Coco Donuts has kept open three shops (Broadway, Sunnyside, and Williams); all three are offering their standard menu of coffee and donuts for takeout and delivery. Although these locations are still offering walk-in service, customers are encouraged to preorder and order online through the Coco Donuts website. Delivery options are also available.
Vegan favorite Doe Donuts is currently offering its full menu for pickup from their newish Sandy storefront, as well as delivery via Doordash and Postmates. In addition to serving vegan donuts, customers can also order coffee drinks and pints of their soft serve ice cream.
Sesame Donuts has started offering individual doughnuts and dozens through Postmates delivery and takeout.
Many local ice cream brands can be found in groceries, including Ruby Jewel.
Although the shops have closed, those looking for Salt & Straw can order five-packs of ice cream via the shipping form on the website. Flavors include options like “salted, malted, chocolate chip cookie dough” and strawberry coconut water sherbert.
Fifty Licks is offering to-go ice cream and delivery through apps like Postmates, with its beloved standbys like coconut lemon saffron, mango sticky rice, and Hood strawberry by the pint or single scoop.
This vegan ice cream bread will start shipping its pints in four-packs, with flavors like salted peanut butter brittle and rosewater cardamom almond. Order pints here or find pints in certain grocery stores.
Pinolo Gelato is only offering takeout of pints and half-pints on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Those who want to pre-order can email firstname.lastname@example.org.