Check out these new businesses…

    Three new shingles have been hung in the Pearl District, Downtown and Woodlawn neighborhoods. Stop by, check out these new indie businesses, and spread the word.

    P’s & Q’s Market

    The goal behind Paul Davis and Emily Anderson’s new market is to provide the Woodlawn neighborhood with a market where neighbors can get to know one another. They’re decidedly invested too—the couple shares a home one block away. In addition to offering fresh local produce, organic dairy and bulk staples, the couple also caters to people who are hungry nowmore…

    New Avenues INK

    What we choose to wear on our T-shirts tells others not just who we are but what we value. And unless you have the means and imagination to do so, someone has to decorate those shirts. Now, there’s a new kid in Portland’s screen printing scene: New Avenues INK, a nonprofit business arm of New Avenues for Youth. When the New Avenues INK team prints scores of tees for you, it also provides homeless and at-risk youth more…

    Sugar Mamas’ Cafe

    After outgrowing its small coffee and pastry shop, Sugar Mamas’ has found new digs and expanded not just the size of its space—this one seats almost 50—but the scope of its menu. In addition to offering its signature classic, caramel-pecan and bacon-maple cinnamon rolls, Mamas Zelda Nelson and Michelle Schmitt (with the help of partners Emma Cooke and Devin and Damon Schmitt) more…

    *Courtesy of Neighborhoodnotes.com

     

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