Here in Portland we are fortunate to have an incredible community of independent retailers and the opportunity to support our small businesses. Through collaborative efforts by a variety of owners and organizations, there is no shortage of amazing seasonal bazaars, online marketplaces, and pop-up shops featuring unique local goods and services. This holiday season we invite you to be “here for Portland” and join us as we shop local at locations throughout the city and online.


Find everything you need in one place at one of the area’s local holiday markets.

My People’s Market

This event by Travel Portland and Prosper Portland began in 2017 in order to connect and support business owners of color. The market features 30 local vendors, dining options, and music.
Address: 831 SE Salmon St
Hours: Dec 19th, 12pm-6pm

Slabtown Makers Market

Begun in 2020, Slabtown Makers Market aims to help people shop local and “spend with intention.” It brings together more than 70 local artisans who donate 5-10% of their sales to local non-profits.
Address: 2516 NW 29th Ave
Hours: Dec 18th & 19th, 10am-5pm

Cooperativa Market

Cooperativa is a woman-owned venture that features an Italian market, food hall, and bar in NW Portland. The market offers a variety of curated food items and florals from local vendors.
Address: 1250 NW 9th Ave, Suite 100
Market Hours: Wed-Sat, 7:30am-9pm

Gigantic Holiday Market

Gigantic Brewing Company’s unique warehouse space will be transformed into a cozy holiday market featuring a dozen local vendors, plus plenty of craft beer. (Event is 21+ only.)
Address: 5224 SE 26th Ave
Hours: Dec 18th, 12pm-6pm

Portland Saturday Market

Every year the Portland Saturday Market is a favorite spot amongst locals and visitors. Open through December 18th, it features arts, crafts, and foods from nearly 200 local vendors.
Address: 2 SW Naito Pkwy
Hours: Saturdays, 10am-5pm

MESO Market

Non-profit organization MESO supports underserved individuals through empowerment, education, and entrepreneurship. Their seasonal market highlights a variety of local vendors including MESO clients.
Address: 1237 NE Alberta St
Hours: Tues-Sat, 11am-7pm

Portland Bazaar

The annual Portland Bazaar began in 2011 with a mission to highlight local artists and makers. This year it features more than 150 vendors, plus custom gift wrapping and raffle prizes.
Address: 1715 NW 17th Ave
Hours: Dec 18th & 19th 11am-4pm

Night Market Vancouver

Vancouver’s Night Market at the Vancouver Innovation Center (VIC) features local brands and products from more than 80 makers as well live music, food, and drinks.
Address: 18110 SE 34th St, Vancouver, WA
Hours: Dec 17th & 18th, 4:30pm-8:30pm


PDX Pop-Up Shops

Don’t miss the opportunity to shop some of Portland’s favorite retailers in person.

Indigenous Come Up

Founded in 2018 by Quechua, Andean/Incan owner Lluvia Merello, Indigenous Come Up partners with and celebrates other local Indigenous creators and makers.
Address: 719 SW Morrison St
Hours: Tues-Sun, 11am-6pm

Grate Co.

Greg & Nate combined their design and wedding experience to start Grate Company in 2015. Their pop-up shop features wreaths, bouquets, candles, and more.
Address: 1101 SW Washington St
Hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-6pm

Makers Outlet

Clothing creator Rosalee Rester’s had a vision of starting a zero-waste business by reusing, recycling, and refurbishing clothing. Her pop-up offers unique apparel and other goods.
Address: 133 SW 2nd Avenue
Hours: Tues-Sat, 11am-7pm; Sun 12pm-5pm


R&Arie founder Reeba Daniel’s passion for natural skincare products stems from her own skin issues. Her small batch goods contain minimal ingredients and support Black, Indigenous, and people of color.
Address: 215 SW 1st Avenue
Hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-6pm


According to founder Maarlie Wada, socks are “a way of life” in Japan. After she moved to Portland, she opened her own unique sock shop in 2006 to encourage others to express themselves.
Address: 875 SW Yamhill St
Hours: Tues-Thurs, 11am-7pm; Fri-Sat, 11am-5pm

The Pickle Jar (Portland Pickles Clubhouse & Team Store)

Offering limited-edition product drops as well as weekend programs and events, The Pickle Jar’s mission is to support Downtown Portland and the community.
Address: 910 SW 2nd Ave
Hours: Tues-Sun, 11am-7pm

Ceramics NW

The Downtown pop-up shop showcases unique, handmade ceramic works from more than 40 members of the Oregon Potters Association.
Address: 300 SW Yamhill St
Hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-6pm


Virtual Marketplaces

Shop online this holiday season and support local retailers from the comfort of your home.

City Shoppe

City Shoppe was founded by former start-up executives, small business owners, eCommerce experts, and brand innovators to bring an immersive local “vibe” to online shopping.

Built Oregon Marketplace

This non-profit marketplace is a collective of mentors who support companies across the state. The group shifted from a planned retail location to an online store that features hundreds of Oregon vendors.

Makers Union PDX

Makers Union PDX was created in 2020 to help Portland-area artists, makers, and creatives who rely on in-person sales and traffic. The online marketplace provides a space for local retailers to sell their goods.

Madder Collective

This online marketplace features brands across the Pacific Northwest including apparel, footwear, handmade crafts, artwork, home goods, and more. Also visit the store at 555 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.


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