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The Skidmore Market is right next to the Saturday Market. Supposedly the vendors for the Skidmore import their items. They are not all made in Oregon.
I did see some more kitschy items, but whatever. If you like something, I'd buy it!
Small but different gathering of vendors across the street from where Portland Saturday Market begins. If you are there anyway, it is worth looking around. The kettle corn is very good as is the fruit vendor.
My friend and I got to try most of the food stands. I loved the fresh popped kettle corn popcorn, each kernel created popcorn as large as a quarter! The Alligator jerky was really interesting but I think I will stick to beef jerky.
I had wandered through The Portland Saturday Market last Sunday over in Tom McCall Waterfront Park and headed west. I crossed the street and found that the Market continued over here near the Skidmore Fountain area but seemed to think it was uniquely different enought...More
There are a few parking garages for only $5 for the day in the vicinity. The market had a lot of vendors, and was nice to wander through. They even serve alcohol. We bought some of the beer beef jerky. Some stuff is nicer (clothes,...More
This market kind of builds through the year and then starts to slow down in August but has a big finish for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Food at Thanksgiving and crafts especially jewelry in December. Biggest plus is the Red line of of the MAX stops...More
All independent business people bringing crafts down to the market. It's really nice shopping outdoors and supporting local people instead of big corporations. Often nice music and interesting sight seeing too!
It is definitely different.... Food did not look that great, and the music was awful but we were only there an hour. It felt cramped and dirty, maybe we caught it on bag day? We really wanted to try Voodoo donuts but it was an...More
There were not as many booths as the Portland Saturday Market (which is right across the street from this market), but it was fun to walk around and browse. We came here on a Saturday when it was very hot, so it was not that...More