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7 Of The Best Bakeries In Portland

Portland, Oregon is a great place for anyone with dietary restrictions thanks to the many options available there. Visit these bakeries in Portland for incredible creations suitable for gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan patrons too.

You’ll find breads, sweet treats and all kinds of other baked goods to satisfy your cravings. So don’t miss out on any of it.

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1. Ken’s Artisan Bakery

You can’t go to Portland without a visit to Ken’s Artisan Bakery. This counter-service local haunt makes and sells freshly baked goods as well as French bistro bites. So order a Croque Portabello for there and take several herbed goat cheese and leek croissants to go.

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2. Baker&Spice

This is a bakery worth the effort of reaching. The service is great and the products are terrific. Don’t mind the line if there is one when you go because your sweet treats will more than make up for it. So order a cup of steaming coffee and a maple twist or a savoury bread pudding for breakfast. Don’t forget to get an epi du sel to take home too.

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3. New Cascadia Traditional

This bright and airy space is known for specialising in gluten-free breads and other baked goods. They even make pizzas and sandwiches too. Go for a gluten-free bagel at breakfast or a slice of pizza at lunch and get your favourite loaf to take home for the week.

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4. Bakeshop

For whole-grain pasties, pies and other baked goods, look no further than Bakeshop. The shop does all things sweet–and a few savoury too. They even expand their menu for the holidays too. So order a pesto croissant and a hand pie for breakfast when you pick up a dozen scones and muffins to serve at home.

5. Nuvrei

This small French bakery is open for breakfast and lunch, though it is always possible to pick up sweet treats for dessert later in the day. The sweeping pastry display is mouth-watering and the coffee is incredibly smooth too. So order a latte and choose a selection of confections and baked goods.

6. St. Honoré Bakery

This charming French cafe with sidewalk seating offers traditional light bites in addition to sweet treats and pastries. The service is great, and there are too many options to choose from. So for a good cup of coffee in the morning and people watching, and stay for a second chocolate croissant.

7. Lauretta Jean’s

This counter-service bakery is one of the best pie shops in town. Their bakery serves an amazing brunch of Southern-inspired comfort foods among other items and cocktails to knock the edge off any morning. Check the menu for seasonal pies, and if the honey hazelnut is available, don’t pass it by.

Molly Harris

Molly Harris is a freelance travel journalist dividing her time between the United States and the Western Balkans.

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