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The Meadow

Bitterman Salt Co. is proud to provide salt to some of the world's most renowned chefs, bartenders, retailers, and food manufactures.

That's not all we do, though! We also run our flagship gourmet food shops The Meadow in Portland, Oregon and New York City, each carrying a fantastic and unique blend of craft chocolates, bitters and local products.

Also visit our online store at themeadow.com 

 

 

The Meadow
N. Mississippi Ave.

3731 N Mississippi Ave.
Portland, OR  97227

(503) 288-4633

Every Day 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Our N Mississippi Ave. shop is in the heart of Portland's historic Mississippi District, surrounded by many of the city's finest restaurants and cafes, independently owned shops, cutting edge music venues, and more. Our first store, N. Mississippi Ave. opened in the spring of 2006 out of shared love of food and travel.

We picked the shop's location on Mississippi Avenue in North Portland for its unmistakable air of community mindedness and for the irreproachable collection of rag-tag businesses that had sprouted there: a bakery, a coffee roaster, a few bars and restaurants, a carpenter, a lumber yard, and the world's leading lightbulb store.

The shop's name was chosen because we wanted to create a place that felt like coming home, where personal connections and sensual pleasures welcome you. Spend time amidst beautiful fresh cut flowers, taste strange and enticing foods, and explore the astonishing depth of the elemental ingredients.

 

The Meadow
NW 23rd Ave.

805 NW 23rd Ave.
Portland, OR  97210


(503) 305-3388

Every Day 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Our second store in Portland, Oregon, can be found just a short walk from downtown in the middle of busy NW 23rd avenue.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Meadow
Manhattan

523 Hudson St.
New York, NY 10014


(212) 645-4633

Sun - Thurs 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Fri & Sat 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM

 

Our New York City shop is located in Manhattan's West Village, on Hudson Street. The neighborhood is warm, intimate, and as diverse as a European town, only smack in the middle of the nation's cultural capital. We love it for both reasons.

The Meadow New York opened in the fall of 2010 in the West Village. Mark, who was born in the Village on Perry Street and whose parents met at the Corner Bistro a few blocks up, has always felt an intense connection with the Old World / New World vibration that fairly electrifies the neighborhood's tree-shaded streets.