Taste This: Milk alternatives go beyond almond and oat. Learn about the wide range of plant and nut-based milks Newport Avenue Market has to offer....
You can earn Moolah — yes, money — to go toward your next fabulous purchase, every time you use your FoodeFlash Card when shopping at Newport Avenue Market & Oliver Lemon’s. We start giving you Moolah, whenever you spend Moolah — nice, huh? SIGNUP/LOGIN
Reserve online thru Nov. 15th; in-person or phone thru Nov. 22nd
At Newport Avenue Market our phenomenal selection and excellent customer service are always worth the detour!LEARN MORE!
When has stepping into a grocery store immediately made you smile? At Newport Avenue Market, we dare you not to.
Our employee-owners are ready to help with anything, from locally raised meat, artisan cheeses and farmers-market quality produce to ideas for tonight’s dinner. Along the way, a trip down our aisles is a veritable journey of discovery, whether you’re seeking truffle oil or macaroni and cheese.
From trending party items and fabulous kitchenware to ‘what-a-cool-thing’ gifts, it’s always fun. And that’s before you even hit the Wall of Beer, with our curated selection of 600+ craft brews.
This is our style, and since 1976, we have been the No. 1 choice of foodies in Central Oregon. Need proof? Our community has voted us “Best Grocery Store” in Central Oregon 21 (count ’em—yes, 21) times in The Source Weekly’s annual poll.
Here at Newport Avenue Market, grocery shopping is a delicious experience, because we live by a creed:
Life is short. Eat good food. Have fun doing it.
Our essential, front-line staff has been so busy selling groceries it’s been a while since we’ve been able to reach out and share what’s been happening. So, we wanted to cheer on our amazing Employee Owners, faithful customers, and friends, dispel some rumors, and generally check in with all of you....
When life breaks your eggs, make quiche! Although quiche is considered a classic dish of French cuisine, the dish actually originated in Germany, in the medieval kingdom of Lothringen, under German rule, and which the French later renamed Lorraine. The word ‘quiche’ is from the German ‘Kuchen’, meaning cake....