Deli & Bakery

Fresh in the deli

Join us for lunch and dinner, available to stay or to go. Our co-op kitchen has a mouth-watering variety of fresh, healthy and delicious foods to choose from. From hearty soups and fresh salads to ready-to-eat entrees and scrumptious desserts, every recipe begins with a chef who is passionate about sharing a love of food with you and your family. You don’t have to be a member to shop – our doors are wide open to everyone. You’ll find the neighborhood’s gathering place for delicious, made-from-scratch prepared foods at the co-op.

All categories include options for gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan and other dietary restrictions. 

Hot Bar and Salad Bar… $11.99/lb. 

Hot Soup…………………… $3.99 for 8 oz., $6.99 for 16 oz., $11.99 for 32 oz.

Burrito Bar…………………. $9.99 ea. 

Grab-n-go: Always available during store hours

Assorted Sandwiches and Wraps……………………………… $8.99-9.99 ea. 

Pre-made green salads with toppings and dressings…… $5.99 -8.99 ea. 

Tubbed deli salads (i.e. potato salad and pasta salads)… $6.99-12.99/lb. 

Assorted house-made dips, guacamole and salsas………. $5.99-7.99 ea. 

Desserts include cakes, pies, tiramisu, cookies and more… prices vary 

Check out the schedule for the hot bar in February!

Our menu items change throughout the week and even throughout the day, but you can count on them matching the culinary theme! Come by the co-op to see what’s on the menu today, or call 503-325-0027.

Deli hours:

  • Salad bar and soup bar: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Burrito bar: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Hot bar winter hours: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

11 thoughts on “Deli & Bakery”

  1. I loves me some kale, but when I see “braised greens” in a Southern American menu, I expect them to be collards! OTOH I’m not the best example of a Southern American since I don’t eat mammals and therefore no pig in my collard greens. So you’ll have to make a special batch just for me. Ha! Or … replace “braised greens” with okra!

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  2. It might be good to have the food blog pop up under the Hot Bar Schedule on this page?

    May Hot Bar Schedule
    May 2, 2022 by emilylindblom
    Check out the schedule for the hot bar in May!

    East Asian • Sauteed kale with garlic and chiles, white rice, ginger roasted carrots, rotating rice: fried, kimchi fried, and Vietnamese red; broccoli, rotating tofu: orange ginger, vegan mapo, and Thai green curry; rotating beef: Japanese curry, bulgogi, Thai curry, Thai beef and basil stir fry, beef and broccoli; rotating chicken: five-spice, tuk meric, and adobo; spicy peanut noodle, and green papaya salad

    Indian • Mung dal, spiced basmati rice, roasted cauliflower, vegetable curry, roasted cabbage sabzi, house-made saag paneer, pork vindaloo, rotating chicken: tandoori, butter, madras, and Parsi; naan, punjabi carrot salad, raita, cilantro chutney, lemon pickle, and mango chutney

    Levantine • Sauteed kale with garlic and chiles, rotating grains: mujaddara, Persian yellow rice, spanakoriso; rotating vegetables: tahini cauliflower, sumac cauliflower, batata harra, and Levantine roasted carrots; kamfounata, tahini eggplant, spiced chickpeas, falafel, rotating meat: baharat meatballs, lamb stew, and kofta kebab; chicken shawarma, harissa chicken, pita, hummus, baba ganoush, tzatziki, garlic sauce, Israeli salad, and feta

    Southern American • Braised greens, dirty rice, rosemary potatoes, succotash, mac and cheese, barbecue jackfruit, pulled pork, blackened chicken, buttermilk biscuits, pickles, cole slaw, macaroni salad, barbecue sauce, and vinegar sauce

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    • Thank you for the suggestion. Yes, we used to post a variety of items that could be (but are not always) included in each culinary theme. We stopped doing that because the menu items change so often, even throughout the day, so we didn’t want shoppers to come in expecting a specific item and find that it’s not on the hot bar at that time. We will always follow the posted culinary theme of the week though!

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  3. The menu items with the cleanest ingredients (whole food), are the brightest shining choices of the Hot Bar, representing the healthy lifestyle goals of the Co-op and myself 😀.

    Ps, Would love to see Brussels Sprouts offered in the Hot Bar…

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