Monday-Friday 6:30 – 4:00
Saturday 7:00 – 4:00
Sunday 8:00 – 4:00
We love this city and the people in it! We are excited to share our most recent baking motto: “Make it Breader”.
In an effort to make Portland a Breader place, we are working to maximize bread donations with the goal of ending all product composting.
Over the years, Pearl Bakery has donated countless loaves of bread to local individuals and organizations. Since our products are entirely preservative free, it can be logistically difficult to ensure unsold bread makes it to those in need in time. So we are asking for help.
If you, or someone you know, could help in the facilitation of picking up unsold bread daily, please contact us! The ideal would be to have individuals or groups pre-scheduled to pick up unsold product 7 days a week.
Please feel free to reach out to me directly: jared [@] pearlbakery.com and thank you in advance for your help!
-Jared Lester, President
Come Visit Mary Lester, one of Pearl’s original owners, at the Portland Farmers Market, located in the South Park Blocks on the Portland State University campus.
Saturday Portland Farmers Market at PSU South Park Blocks
SW Park Ave & SW Montgomery St, operates 8:30am-2:00pm, March through October [then 9:00-2:00, November & December]
Wednesday Portland Farmers Market at Shemanski Park
SW Park Ave & SW Salmon St, South Park Blocks, operates 10:00am-2:00pm, May through October
For more information, visit www.portlandfarmersmarket.org
Pearl Bakery is currently accepting new wholesale accounts in the Portland Metro area. We offer a full line of artisanal breads, sliced breads, buns, rolls, pastry and viennoiserie items.
We deliver 7 days a week (except for Thanksgiving and Christmas).
For pricing or samples, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our products can be found in grocery stores, restaurants, and cafes around the city. We are exceptionally proud of our wholesale relationships. Any chef, or manager, that seeks out high quality breads and pastries also seeks out the finest meats and produce. Many of our accounts are small, locally run businesses that have been making amazing food in Portland for a very long time.
New to Portland? Do you need a recommendation for where to eat?
Take it from us, you cannot go wrong with any of the following:
The Allison Inn & Spa
Arleta Library Cafe
Artists Repetory Theatre
The Benson Hotel
Columbia Edgewater Country Club
Doug Fir Lounge
Grendel’s Coffee House
Imago Del Community
Mama Mia Trattoria
Maplewood Coffee and Tea
Market of Choice
Multnomah Whiskey Library
Northwest Fresh Seafood
The Painted Lady
Phil’s Meat Market
Portland Art Museum – Museum Grounds
Portland Pedal Power
Q Restaurant and Bar
Rain or Shine
Rolls and Bowls
Russel St. BBQ
Salumeria di Carlo
Sisters Coffee Company
Sodexo at Daimler
Swift and Union
Three Doors Down
Wine and Growl
15th Avenue Hophouse