Portland Farmers MarketCurrently Closed
- Address: 240 N Broadway #129, Portland, OR 97227, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5032410032
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
Portland Farmers Market - Review
A stroll through the market that offers fresh local produce is the best way to know a place. And this is what the Portland Farmers Market of Portland does. Founded in the year 1992, this market sells fresh produce by the vigorous farmers of Portland. The market also sells cheese, meat, seafood and other specialty foods with strength of about 250 vendors. The market gives you free tasting samples enough to fill you up. Your eyes will be delighted to see a number of colorful fruits and vegetables spread up before your eyes. There are many(more than 40) that abound the city.
Portland Farmers Market Information
- The market is Open year-round.
Portland Farmers Market Ticket Prices
There are many Farmers Markets that abound the city. Each has a different day.
- SW Park & SW Montgomery : 9:00 am (Nov-Feb) or 8:30 am (Mar-Oct) to 2:00 pm Saturdays
- NW 19th & Everett : 2:00pm to 6:00pm Thursdays, June 2nd to September 29th
- SW 6th & SW Yamhill: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Mondays, June 20th to September 26th
- SE 91st Ave & Foster Road: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Sundays, June 5th to October 30th
- SW Park & SW Main: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Wednesdays ,May 4th to November 23rd
- NE 7th & NE Wygant : 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Sundays, May 1st to November 20th
- N McClellan & N Denver : 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm Wednesdays, June 1st to September 28th
How To reach Portland Farmers Market by Public Transport
- By Train: Pioneer Courthouse/SW 6th Ave MAX Stn
- Pioneer Square South MAX Station
- By Bus: Portland SW 6th & Yamhill
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Things to Know Before Visiting Portland Farmers Market
16.18% of people who visit Portland include Portland Farmers Market in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
53.66% of people start their Portland Farmers Market visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Portland Farmers Market
92.31% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Portland Farmers Market
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Portland Farmers Market, Portland Reviews
If this farmer's market is the one near Llyod Center mall, I wouldn't recommend any vendors to be apart of this small one. The manager name Wendy wasn't clear of expectations and wasn't well at communicating at all! My parents had horrible experience with her and her husband. Maybe to go as customers to shop will be fine but to be a team and working with her. I wouldn't recommend it!
We used to go here all the time but it has become miserable. Parking is very difficult and the enforcement is totally over the top. They will find anything at all to give you a healthy fine for and it is too difficult to fight it, so you just have to pay. There is nothing too trivial and many of the regulations aren't apparent unless you do a detailed study of your space and all the obscure signage around it. This is obviously a major revenue source for the City. The market itself is very crowded and the prices are high. There are often long lines to pay. Do yourself a favor and go to the Beaverton farmer's market. The prices are better, the selection just as good, parking is free and plentiful and it is busy but not crowded. It is also convenient by Max. There are other good farmer's markets throughout the metropolitan area as well. If you do go to the Portland farmer's market, go by public transit and schlep your stuff home in a backpack. Try to go early to avoid the crush.
Lovely day fall day for a walk through the market. Lots of great local seasonal produce, with much of it organic. Great atmosphere for veggie and people watching. There's also a wonderfully large variety of various ethnic specially items as well. It's easy to see why so many people bring extra bags, carts, buggies, and wagons. There's just way to much great stuff to pass up.
A great place to buy local, very fairly priced, sometimes organic, produce. There are always tons of free samples at the bakery booths - be sure to check them out. There are also lots of great food venders from around Portland. I recommend checking out Pine State Biscuits! Once you decide that you love them, be sure to head over to their restaurant location to get more!
Farmers market was great when we went! There were so many vendors, the choices were a little bit overwhelming.