After 10 years bringing old world French pastries, breads, and desserts to the Portland metro area, St. Honoré Boulangerie is set to join Southeast Division's ever-growing Restaurant Row on Thursday, December 5.
The new eatery at 3333 SE Division St, neighboring Salt & Straw SE, Roman Candle Baking, Ava Gene's, Sen Yai, and Lauretta Jeans, will be St. Honoré's third location, joining the flagship bakery on NW Thurman St. the First Street cafe in Lake Oswego.
The move across the Willamette comes with new kitchen focus from owner and master baker Dominique Geulin—an all-night happy hour of Alsatian-inspired dishes like tarte flambé, spaetzle, kougelhof, chicken liver mousse, charcuterie and cheese boards, and warming onion soup available 4 pm to close, alongside St. Honoré's familiar French fare and elegant pastries inspired by Geulin's childhood in Normandy.
On draft, savvy sippers will find the city's widest selection of hard ciders served in traditional French pitchers and bowls, plus seasonal cider sangrias and plenty more local ciders and Normandy imports available by the bottle. The opening week taplist includes:
- EZ Orchards 2012 Cidre
- EZ Orchards Hawk Haus
- Virtue Red Streak
- Virtue Percheron
- 2 Towns Bright Cider
- Portland Cider Co. Sorta Sweet
- Finnriver Fire Barrel
- Finnriver Farmstead
- Anthem Original
A charitable debut: St. Honoré will be donating a percentage of its first week of sales to neighboring schools: Richmond Elementary School (December 5), Abernethy Elementary School (December 9), Hosford Middle School (Dec 10), Cleveland High School (Dec 11).
Pop in to the new location from 7 am to 10 pm daily to pitch in to the feel-good fundraiser—or simply satisfy a craving for spaetzle.
St. Honoré Southeast
3333 SE Division St
Open daily from 7 am–10 pm