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Downtown Portland Gets Its Third Food Hall In One Year

Downtown Portland Gets Its Third Food Hall In One Year

The latest food hall in Downtown Portland opened for business Friday at 827 SW 2nd Ave. It is the city's third downtown food hall within the last year. At the 4K SF venue, five micro-restaurants will offer meals seven days a week, and will eventually be joined by two other vendors. A 1K SF mezzanine will be home to Minibar, which will provide craft cocktails, the Portland Eater reports.

So far, the lineup includes Moberi, with superfood smoothies and breakfast acai bowls; Cosa, serving Portland-roasted Coava Coffee and hand-churned ice cream; the Whole Bowl, a build-your-own bowl joint; Akio Ramen; and Boke Dokie, a fried chicken sandwich specialist.

The hall is the latest project by Andres Ochoa of Rogue Development and Interurban Development. He is also one of the partners involved in Pine Street Market.