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[PDX] St. Honore Patisserie and Artisinal Bakery

Nick | Feb 18, 200404:22 AM     1

I'm not sure how new it is, but I can't find mention of it in the Oregonian, Willamette Week, Citysearch, eGullet, or Chowhound.

It's at 2335 NW Thurman. It's an artisinal bakery with French style loaves. They also have several pastries. They have several sandwiches including paninis plus do "tonics".

The quality on the stuff we tried seemed pretty good. Another of the many artisinal bakeries in town.

It's larger inside than Pearl or Ken's, yet itt was slammed on Saturday. All the chairs were taken and the line almost went out the door. Several actual French people there, too. I didn't realize there were that many French people in all of Portland.

Anyone else tried this place, yet?

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