written by Anna Bird


With a grand opening of May 1, Pine Street Market became Portland’s first high-end, curated food hall, located in the Skidmore/Old Town Historic District downtown. The 10,000-square-foot open floor plan hosts nine food vendors and retailers in the renovated historic Baggage and Carriage building. Alongside Portland’s top chefs, such as Common Law’s Patrick McKee and John Gorham of Tasty n Sons, Salt & Straw’s new Wiz Bang Bar serves up innovative treats sure to draw from the food-forward enclave.

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