Food Around Campus

Portland is a foodie’s delight, with more restaurants and food carts than you’ll be able to sample in a lifetime. Whether you are an omnivore, devouring everything in sight, or you have a restricted diet, you’ll find plenty of places to eat around town.

NUNM Store

We’ve got healthy snacks (e.g., gluten-free, dairy-free), fresh salads, sandwiches, bone broth, kombucha, and other drinks, as well as a basic selection of personal care items. We also sell all kinds of hoodies, t-shirts, hats, coffee mugs and more items bearing the NUNM logo.

Hours & Location: Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., located in the Academic Building.

Food Carts

Just a 15-minute walk from campus is the PSU Food Cart Pod on SW 4th between Hall and College Street with more than a dozen carts serving various cuisines.

More food carts around Portland 

Farmer’s Markets & Co-ops

We’re in the land of farmer’s markets – whether you live in downtown Portland or in one of Portland suburbs, you’ll find a farmer’s market near you.

Portland Farmer’s Market has been working over twenty years to bring fresh produce to the Portland community. They have six different locations throughout Portland, all setting up shop spring through fall (exact dates vary—check the website for details).

The People’s Co-op Farmer’s Market runs year round—currently on Wednesdays from 2 – 7 p.m. They’re located at 3029 SE 21st Avenue, one block from Powell; meaning they are just a short distance from campus (on the other side of the Ross Island Bridge).

Food Front is a cooperative grocery store that actively seeks out local producers and suppliers for their two stores.

Alberta Co-op Grocery is a community owned cooperative on NE Alberta Street.

Portland also has plenty of other co-ops around town. For a directory of coops in Oregon visit www.coopdirectory.org

So whether you’re looking to support a local coop or to purchase directly from a farmer’s market— Portland has many options. If you are looking for a market outside of the city limits you could check out the Oregon Farmer’s Markets Association. They have a list of market’s across the entire state— Central, Coast, Willamette Valley, Portland Metro and more.