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A Guide to Market Stands Turned Brick-and-Mortar Spots

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Image of Pine State at PFM courtesy Parker Michael Knight via Flickr

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Rain or shine, dedicated chefs and artisans post up at the Portland Farmer's Market for hours on end, unable to hide behind ambient lighting, a Muzak playlist, or overdesigned menus. But the best in the lot — often earning prestige through honest-to-goodness word of mouth — have made the jump to full-on food establishments, giving their groupies seven-day-a-week satiation. Since this is a familiar trajectory in Portland's food universe, we've rounded up a guide to some of the standout market-to-mortar examples, which span a vast spectrum that any trip to the farmer’s market puts into stark relief. And as an extra bonus, many of the brick-and-mortar businesses that started at the PFM continue to run market booths, interacting face-to-face with the loyal followings that continue to accelerate Portland’s rising talents.

— Taylor Thompson

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Pine State Biscuits

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Pacific Pie Co.

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Ruby Jewel

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Two Tarts Bakery

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Verde Cocina

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Alma Chocolate

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Tastebud

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Black Sheep Bakery

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Salvador Molly's

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Lauretta Jean's

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Tails & Trotters

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