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A box of focaccia, Italian cookies, and olive oil cake from Sebastiano’s
Assorted pastries from Sebastiano’s
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Outstanding Bakeries in Portland and Beyond

A must-hit list of the city's bakeshops

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Assorted pastries from Sebastiano’s
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In times of uncertainty and crisis, boxes of buttery pastries, towering fruit tarts, and sweet little cookies can offer a bright spot and a brief escape. Portland’s pastry scene has always been a national leader, using locally milled, diverse grain flours for cakes, scones, and breads; however, many bakeries have gotten even more creative out of necessity. On this map, find the city’s most noteworthy pastry shops for freshly baked pastries like croissants, sweets like cookies, and patisserie. Note that this map focuses exclusively on bakeries with a wide range of offerings, skipping spots that exclusively specialize in bagels, doughnuts, and pizza — you can find those on their own maps.

A number of Portland restaurants have resumed dine-in service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns. For updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Oregon Health Authority’s COVID update page. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. La Rose Patisserie

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17020 SW Whitley Way Suite 102
Beaverton, OR 97006
(503) 352-5660
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La Rose Patisserie specializes in French-Asian modern desserts with quality ingredients like Valrhona chocolate, Tahitian vanilla beans, and French fruit puree. Customers can find beautiful desserts that resemble sculptural works of art: rose-shaped mousse sponge cakes, rainbow crepe cakes, and airy souffle pancakes on the weekends. La Rose is currently open for online order pickups from Tuesday to Sunday.

2. Oyatsupan Bakers

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16025 SW Regatta Ln
Beaverton, OR 97006
(503) 941-5251
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When it first opened in 2016, Oyatsupan brought traditional Japanese baking to the outskirts of Portland. Today, it still serves some of the best Japanese sweet and savory pastries like kare pan (a soft bread boat filled with Japanese curry), castella donuts, and jiggly Japanese cheesecake. Oyatsupan currently offers in-store and curbside pick up; folks can place an order up to 24 hours in advance on its website.

3. Ken's Artisan Bakery

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338 NW 21st Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 248-2202
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Nationally celebrated baker Ken Forkish has developed a reputation for the breads at this neighborhood artisan bakery: Loaves are dark and crusty, with an airy crumb and subtle tang from sourdough starters. Although its bread is served at many restaurants throughout Portland, it’s worth stopping at the actual bakery on NW 21st to grab one of the bakery’s standout laminated pastries, like its goat-cheese-and-leek croissant. The bakery is open for walk-ups only Wednesdays through Sundays.

4. Baker & Spice | Cakery

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6306 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR 97239
(503) 546-3737
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Baker & Spice’s The Cakery is entirely devoted to creating jaw-dropping custom cakes, offering a wide range of cake and frosting flavor combinations but also selling cookbooks, cake stands, and tools dedicated to the art of cake making. For those looking for delicious baked goods beyond cake, head next door to its cafe, Baker & Spice, where you’ll find a selection of croissants and other morning treats. Both are open for walk-ups and online pre-order.

5. Nuvrei

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404 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

Nuvrei has always excelled in traditional French baking like flavored croissants, fruit danishes, caneles, and more; now, the bakers are Nuvrei are expanding their offerings with a new Detroit-style pizza shop and pretzel-style bagels on Fridays. Nuvrei is open daily for takeout; customers can preorder online, but no indoor dining is available. Customers can also order boxes of pretzel-style bagels for pick-up on Fridays, and get their pastry boxes delivered on Saturdays.

6. La Reinita

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721 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

This delivery-centric bakery specializes in stunning Latin American pastries like chocolate conchas and empanadas stuffed with pears and brie or delicata squash, made with locally milled flours from Camas Country Mill. Cortney Morentin uses whole grains and naturally leavened processes, which make for more flavorful and distinct pastries. Order online for delivery, or pop by one of the bakery’s pop-ups in La Perlita.

7. Maurice

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921 SW Oak St
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 224-9921
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Normally, Maurice’s white-walled luncheonette is the place to be for a leisurely lunch. Now, Maurice has leaned into its fika offerings, with pre-orders of its greatest hits: its delicate black pepper cheesecakes, lightly savory currant and rosemary scones, and the super moist and fluffy meyer lemon pudding cake. Maurice is taking walk-up orders and pre-order pickups Thursday through Saturday.

8. Jinju Patisserie

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4063 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227
(503) 828-7728
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For those in the mood for fancier pastries, Jinju Patisserie always delivers. Jinju’s pastry chefs are Las Vegas expats, and this showmanship is evident in desserts like towering fruit tarts, silky mousse layer cakes, and jewelry-like bonbons. Jinju is open for to-go orders from Thursday through Sunday. No seating is available inside; however, there is limited outdoor seating on picnic tables outside the shop. Customers can walk-in or pre-order via text message at (503) 828-7728.

9. St. Beatrix

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3907 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

St. Beatrix — formerly Bushel & Peck Bakeshop — offers creative pastries like miso-caramel and passionfruit-sesame croissants, flower-adorned layer cakes, and savory scones, quiches, and sandwiches. Some of Bushel & Peck’s highlights remain on the menu, however, like its supremely flaky biscuits. St. Beatrix is open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; pickup and delivery is available on the website under the Bushel & Peck Bakeshop name.

10. Berlu Vietnamese Bakery

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605 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97214

Last year, chef Vince Nguyen opened his highly anticipated Berlu, a fine-dining spot featuring a mix of classical French fine-dining techniques and Pacific Northwestern cuisine. He’s since pivoted to a day-time bakery offering goodies like pandan waffles and crepe cakes, tarts filled with tamarind custard and lychee, and his take on bánh bò nướng, a Vietnamese rice cake with a honeycomb crumb. All baked goods are gluten-free. Berlu is open for walk-up orders at their bakery window on weekends. Customers can also pre-order bánh bò nướng and Berlu’s chicken and waffle collaboration with Hat Yai online through the link in Berlu’s Instagram profile.

On a wooden table, Berlu’s Vietnamese pastries sit on little plates. They range from fruit tarts to pandan waffles to mango roulades.
Assorted pastries from Berlu’s bakery
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11. Twisted Croissant

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2129 NE Broadway
Portland, OR 97232
(503) 477-5514
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For years, Twisted Croissant made the most exciting laminated pastries in the Portland area, selling seasonal stuffed cruffins (a hybrid between a croissant and a muffin), stunning chocolate croissants, and colorful chouquettes in various farmers markets. Twisted Croissant finally opened a brick-and-mortar location on NE Broadway late last year; thankfully this storefront remains open to serve your pastry needs. Customers can order delivery through UberEats or walk in place an order at the counter inside the small shop. However, no indoor or outdoor seating is available.

Croissants from Twisted Croissant
Pastries from Twisted Croissant
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12. Pix-O-Matic at Pix Patisserie

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2225 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214
(971) 271-7166
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Credit goes to Pix Patisserie for coming up with the most socially-distanced, convenient way to abate sugar cravings at any hour of the day. Owner Cheryl Wakerhauser refurbished a 20-year-old vending machine, only to fill it with Pix’s signature macarons, mousses, truffle cakes, and even party favors like sparklers and cocktail mixers. The Pix-O-Matic is open for takeaway orders every day for 24 hours; note that the machine is restocked and cleaned at 10 a.m. every day.

13. Little T American Baker

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2600 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97202
(503) 238-3458
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Tucked in a quiet nook away from SE Division’s main hustle and bustle, Little T American Baker specializes in crave-worthy pastries and breads: crusty baguettes, flaky croissants, and chocolate chip cookies studded with giant chunks of molten chocolate. Little T remains open for takeout; call (503) 238-3458 for more information.

14. Bakeshop

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5351 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 946-8884
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Bakeshop is one of the most decorated bakeries in the city: In 2016, Kim Boyce was nominated for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Baker, and won for her cookbook dedicated to whole grain baking in 2011. Customers can order pastries like croissant croque monsieur, burnt basque cheesecake, and marionberry scones for weekend pickup and delivery online through its website. Bakeshop is also currently offering a limited walk-up menu during the weekends; however, neither indoor or outdoor seating is available.

15. Sebastiano's

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411 SE 81st Ave
Portland, OR 97215
(503) 841-5905
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Sebastiano’s is a family-owned, Sicilian cafe in Montavilla quickly becoming famous for its exceptional muffaletta sandwiches made with house-made bread. But even more noteworthy are bakery offerings like candied-orange-and-chocolate cannoli with house-fried cannoli shells, petite boxes of Sicilian cookies, espresso brownies, and olive oil cake. Sebastiano’s is open from Thursday through Saturday; customers can place orders online for curbside pick-up or via a walk up window. No indoor or outdoor seating is available.

16. Bella's Italian Bakery

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9119 SE Woodstock Blvd
Portland, OR 97266
(971) 255-1212
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This small, 24-seat bakery rightfully earns its spot on this list by consistently churning out delicate and meticulous cannoli, light and airy focaccia, and other classic Italian baked goods. It’s no surprise this Lents bakery killed it from the get-go: owner Michelle Vernier honed in on her craft by working as a pastry chef at Portland classics like Paley’s Place, Imperial, and Wildwood. The bakery is open for walk-up orders of amaretti, anise biscotti, and slabs of tiramisu; customers can also pre-order via an online market.

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1. La Rose Patisserie

17020 SW Whitley Way Suite 102, Beaverton, OR 97006

La Rose Patisserie specializes in French-Asian modern desserts with quality ingredients like Valrhona chocolate, Tahitian vanilla beans, and French fruit puree. Customers can find beautiful desserts that resemble sculptural works of art: rose-shaped mousse sponge cakes, rainbow crepe cakes, and airy souffle pancakes on the weekends. La Rose is currently open for online order pickups from Tuesday to Sunday.

17020 SW Whitley Way Suite 102
Beaverton, OR 97006

2. Oyatsupan Bakers

16025 SW Regatta Ln, Beaverton, OR 97006

When it first opened in 2016, Oyatsupan brought traditional Japanese baking to the outskirts of Portland. Today, it still serves some of the best Japanese sweet and savory pastries like kare pan (a soft bread boat filled with Japanese curry), castella donuts, and jiggly Japanese cheesecake. Oyatsupan currently offers in-store and curbside pick up; folks can place an order up to 24 hours in advance on its website.

16025 SW Regatta Ln
Beaverton, OR 97006

3. Ken's Artisan Bakery

338 NW 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97209

Nationally celebrated baker Ken Forkish has developed a reputation for the breads at this neighborhood artisan bakery: Loaves are dark and crusty, with an airy crumb and subtle tang from sourdough starters. Although its bread is served at many restaurants throughout Portland, it’s worth stopping at the actual bakery on NW 21st to grab one of the bakery’s standout laminated pastries, like its goat-cheese-and-leek croissant. The bakery is open for walk-ups only Wednesdays through Sundays.

338 NW 21st Ave
Portland, OR 97209

4. Baker & Spice | Cakery

6306 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97239

Baker & Spice’s The Cakery is entirely devoted to creating jaw-dropping custom cakes, offering a wide range of cake and frosting flavor combinations but also selling cookbooks, cake stands, and tools dedicated to the art of cake making. For those looking for delicious baked goods beyond cake, head next door to its cafe, Baker & Spice, where you’ll find a selection of croissants and other morning treats. Both are open for walk-ups and online pre-order.

6306 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR 97239

5. Nuvrei

404 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

Nuvrei has always excelled in traditional French baking like flavored croissants, fruit danishes, caneles, and more; now, the bakers are Nuvrei are expanding their offerings with a new Detroit-style pizza shop and pretzel-style bagels on Fridays. Nuvrei is open daily for takeout; customers can preorder online, but no indoor dining is available. Customers can also order boxes of pretzel-style bagels for pick-up on Fridays, and get their pastry boxes delivered on Saturdays.

404 NW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

6. La Reinita

721 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

This delivery-centric bakery specializes in stunning Latin American pastries like chocolate conchas and empanadas stuffed with pears and brie or delicata squash, made with locally milled flours from Camas Country Mill. Cortney Morentin uses whole grains and naturally leavened processes, which make for more flavorful and distinct pastries. Order online for delivery, or pop by one of the bakery’s pop-ups in La Perlita.

721 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

7. Maurice

921 SW Oak St, Portland, OR 97205

Normally, Maurice’s white-walled luncheonette is the place to be for a leisurely lunch. Now, Maurice has leaned into its fika offerings, with pre-orders of its greatest hits: its delicate black pepper cheesecakes, lightly savory currant and rosemary scones, and the super moist and fluffy meyer lemon pudding cake. Maurice is taking walk-up orders and pre-order pickups Thursday through Saturday.

921 SW Oak St
Portland, OR 97205

8. Jinju Patisserie

4063 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227

For those in the mood for fancier pastries, Jinju Patisserie always delivers. Jinju’s pastry chefs are Las Vegas expats, and this showmanship is evident in desserts like towering fruit tarts, silky mousse layer cakes, and jewelry-like bonbons. Jinju is open for to-go orders from Thursday through Sunday. No seating is available inside; however, there is limited outdoor seating on picnic tables outside the shop. Customers can walk-in or pre-order via text message at (503) 828-7728.

4063 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227

9. St. Beatrix

3907 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212

St. Beatrix — formerly Bushel & Peck Bakeshop — offers creative pastries like miso-caramel and passionfruit-sesame croissants, flower-adorned layer cakes, and savory scones, quiches, and sandwiches. Some of Bushel & Peck’s highlights remain on the menu, however, like its supremely flaky biscuits. St. Beatrix is open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; pickup and delivery is available on the website under the Bushel & Peck Bakeshop name.

3907 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

10. Berlu Vietnamese Bakery

605 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214
On a wooden table, Berlu’s Vietnamese pastries sit on little plates. They range from fruit tarts to pandan waffles to mango roulades.
Assorted pastries from Berlu’s bakery
Christine Dong / Official

Last year, chef Vince Nguyen opened his highly anticipated Berlu, a fine-dining spot featuring a mix of classical French fine-dining techniques and Pacific Northwestern cuisine. He’s since pivoted to a day-time bakery offering goodies like pandan waffles and crepe cakes, tarts filled with tamarind custard and lychee, and his take on bánh bò nướng, a Vietnamese rice cake with a honeycomb crumb. All baked goods are gluten-free. Berlu is open for walk-up orders at their bakery window on weekends. Customers can also pre-order bánh bò nướng and Berlu’s chicken and waffle collaboration with Hat Yai online through the link in Berlu’s Instagram profile.

605 SE Belmont St
Portland, OR 97214

11. Twisted Croissant

2129 NE Broadway, Portland, OR 97232
Croissants from Twisted Croissant
Pastries from Twisted Croissant
Michelle Lopez / EPDX

For years, Twisted Croissant made the most exciting laminated pastries in the Portland area, selling seasonal stuffed cruffins (a hybrid between a croissant and a muffin), stunning chocolate croissants, and colorful chouquettes in various farmers markets. Twisted Croissant finally opened a brick-and-mortar location on NE Broadway late last year; thankfully this storefront remains open to serve your pastry needs. Customers can order delivery through UberEats or walk in place an order at the counter inside the small shop. However, no indoor or outdoor seating is available.

2129 NE Broadway
Portland, OR 97232

12. Pix-O-Matic at Pix Patisserie

2225 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214

Credit goes to Pix Patisserie for coming up with the most socially-distanced, convenient way to abate sugar cravings at any hour of the day. Owner Cheryl Wakerhauser refurbished a 20-year-old vending machine, only to fill it with Pix’s signature macarons, mousses, truffle cakes, and even party favors like sparklers and cocktail mixers. The Pix-O-Matic is open for takeaway orders every day for 24 hours; note that the machine is restocked and cleaned at 10 a.m. every day.

2225 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214

13. Little T American Baker

2600 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202

Tucked in a quiet nook away from SE Division’s main hustle and bustle, Little T American Baker specializes in crave-worthy pastries and breads: crusty baguettes, flaky croissants, and chocolate chip cookies studded with giant chunks of molten chocolate. Little T remains open for takeout; call (503) 238-3458 for more information.

2600 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97202

14. Bakeshop

5351 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97213

Bakeshop is one of the most decorated bakeries in the city: In 2016, Kim Boyce was nominated for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Baker, and won for her cookbook dedicated to whole grain baking in 2011. Customers can order pastries like croissant croque monsieur, burnt basque cheesecake, and marionberry scones for weekend pickup and delivery online through its website. Bakeshop is also currently offering a limited walk-up menu during the weekends; however, neither indoor or outdoor seating is available.

5351 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213

15. Sebastiano's

411 SE 81st Ave, Portland, OR 97215

Sebastiano’s is a family-owned, Sicilian cafe in Montavilla quickly becoming famous for its exceptional muffaletta sandwiches made with house-made bread. But even more noteworthy are bakery offerings like candied-orange-and-chocolate cannoli with house-fried cannoli shells, petite boxes of Sicilian cookies, espresso brownies, and olive oil cake. Sebastiano’s is open from Thursday through Saturday; customers can place orders online for curbside pick-up or via a walk up window. No indoor or outdoor seating is available.

411 SE 81st Ave
Portland, OR 97215

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16. Bella's Italian Bakery

9119 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97266

This small, 24-seat bakery rightfully earns its spot on this list by consistently churning out delicate and meticulous cannoli, light and airy focaccia, and other classic Italian baked goods. It’s no surprise this Lents bakery killed it from the get-go: owner Michelle Vernier honed in on her craft by working as a pastry chef at Portland classics like Paley’s Place, Imperial, and Wildwood. The bakery is open for walk-up orders of amaretti, anise biscotti, and slabs of tiramisu; customers can also pre-order via an online market.

9119 SE Woodstock Blvd
Portland, OR 97266

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