Tabor Bread

  4.6 – 490 reviews  $$ • Bakery

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Homey counter-serve spot crafting artisanal breads & other baked goods, with sandwiches & coffee.

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Curbside pickup ✔️ Delivery Tabor Bread 97215


(Labor Day)
8 AM–2 PM
Hours might differ
Tuesday8 AM–2 PM
Wednesday8 AM–2 PM
Thursday8 AM–2 PM
Friday8 AM–2 PM
Saturday8 AM–2 PM
Sunday8 AM–2 PM

Address and Contact Information

Address: 4438 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97215

Phone: (971) 279-5530


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Krisie Yo
Love, love, love this place! The Sunday fennel brioche sesame is my favorite! I stopped in today just before 2pm and scored a loaf of the fennel brioche which as seen in my pics was so large, 1/2 is going into the freezer w a few layers of foil. Half my loaf yeilded 12 slices after I cut them into about 1/4 pieces. I’m so happy they moved to Belmont and I’m stopping by more frequently. I always recommend to everyone ❤️ the mocha roll is also amazing for a cinnamon roll that’s been updated and not too sweet. Def come by their bread!
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Jarrett Volinic
My favorite local bakery and so glad to have them even closer to us on Belmont! I truly enjoy their bread and its often digestive aftermath. The bakery items are reasonably priced and I love that sourdough reigns supreme here. Keep it up!
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Katelyn Lucas
The most darling neighborhood bakery! Definitely worth a stop. Everything we tried was incredible. We went back the next day because we all enjoyed it so much!
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Kyle Durlam
Love this laid back, passion-fueled bakery. I make a point to go there every time I am in Portland. The selection is great and everything I’ve tried exceeds my expectations, every time.
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honestly the best vegan muffin i’ve ever had! so many densely seeded pan loaves and pastries to choose from. they seem to use whole grain sourdough in a lot of their loaves and it’s very delicious and dense and moist. their employees are nice even while having to deal with construction & moving. only four stars because they’re pricey!
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Charlie Hernandez
Best bagel with cream cheese and heirloom tomatoes I ever had! Bit of a wait but totally worth it. Good bread, flours , tea, lovely space and good service.
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Heather Goldberg
Everything I’ve tried here is fantastic! I have only bought breads and pastries, but they put a smile on my face every single time. My daughter loves when I make eggs on Tabor toast! Never had a sourdough bagel before this and now I’m a convert, even being an east coaster. The muffins are moist. Also I’d like to mention that everyone who works there is super friendly.
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Chris Lazarus
Oh I wish I lived in the neighborhood. This place is a delight: good coffe, great baked goods. Did not try bread try, but will be back. Had a yummy spinach and parmesan roll (flaky pastry like croissant) and cappuccino..excellent. Will be back!!
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Drew Kelly
Cute little bakery. Fun outdoor area with seating. Approximately 4 tables. The bread here is amazing. Always ask (and then get) whatever is seasonal. The heirloom tomato pastry roll was the perfect combination of savory, but still light with the buttery pastry. The sourdough pastries are delicious, the dark chocolate and cherry was my weakness
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Megan Lamberton
My friend and I agreed to meet at this new location because we loved the one in SE. I had to use the restroom and asked if they had one and they said they did but I could not use it. I offered money since I needed to use the bathroom urgently they still said no. I was referred to a bathroom 2 blocks down. I ordered a quiche which I had loved at the other location. I was given the quiche and it was barely room temperature. I asked for it to be heated up and they said they had no way to heat up the quiche. How can a bakery be open if they have no way to heat up a dairy item? Just wondering.
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