Saint Honoré's Cider-Powered Happy Hour

The French bakery's third location offers Portland's widest selection of ciders on tap alongside sweet and savory Alsatian dishes, from tarte flambe to kougelhof.

By Allison Jones January 23, 2014

When Saint Honoré announced their newest location would be landing on SE Division, we had good reason to be worried. A few doors down from Roman Candle's pizzeria and bakery, across an intersection from Lauretta Jean's pies and biscuits, and mere blocks away from Little T American Baker, Saint Honoré's Dominique Geulin was taking a major risk. Did the neighborhood need another place to break bread?

Luckily, Normandy-born Geulin found a way for his third location to stand out from the flour-dusted crowd. The solution? Cider, and lots of it—the largest selection of draught cider in Portland, to be precise—along with authentic Alsatian happy hour plates primed for pairing. Check out our slide show below for highlights from the offerings available every day after 4 pm.

Gluten-free option alert: we've got early word that Saint Honoré is planning a new, stand-alone gluten-free menu, offering GF tarte flambée, retooled spaetzle, rosemary crackers made with potato, rice, and tapioca for the chicken liver mousse and charcuterie boards, and plenty of flourless and flavorful desserts and pastries. Stay tuned!

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