At Pickathon, we have all the finest Portland eateries to serve y’all the best food during the festival. This year, we’re inviting back some favorite alumni like Boke Bowl, Bunk, Pine State Biscuit, Al Forno (two locations), Ate-Oh-Ate, Podnah’s Pit, Taste Bud, and Hodas.
And for a refreshing treat in the sunshine, you can enjoy a ice-cream cone from Fifty Licks (two locations) or a slice of seasonal pie from Lauretta Jean’s. You can even pedal on a bike blender to get a fresh smoothie from Moberi.
We’ll also have ample supply of Stumptown coffee (two locations) and Townshend’s kombucha to keep y’all hydrated & caffeinated . In proper Pickathon tradition, we’ll also install water stations all throughout the festival grounds because we believe in providing free water for everyone!
When you get hungry or thirsty, just hand over your Pickathon plate or cup (or your favorite plate from home) to a food vendor, and they’ll load up your dish with anything from fried chicken steamed buns to falafel sandwiches. (for more info on our reusable cups & dishes and how they work at Pickathon – visit this handy ‘how to’ guide.)
Here is a vendor summary by location:
Mt. Hood Vendors – Boke Bowl, Bunk Sandwiches, Pine State Biscuits, Loretta Jeans Pies, Al Forno Ferruzza, Fifty Licks, Ate Oh Ate, Podnah’s Pit, Townshend’s Tea, Stumptown Coffee, Hodas, Killa Dilla, Dump City Dumplings, and Coalesce Juicery and Whole Kitchen.
Treeline Vendors – Taste Bud, Moberi, Pips Doughnuts, Fifty Licks, Stumptown Coffee, Cocina Verde.
Woods Stage – Al Forno Ferruzza