Walk into Woodsman Market, an offshoot of Stumptown coffee owner Duane Sorenson’s buzzy Woodsman Tavern next door, and you’ll feel as if you’ve walked back in time to a tiny neighborhood grocery your great grandmother might have frequented. The old-school meat counter features local free-range cuts butchered nose-to-tail style in the back kitchen, including nitrate-free Irish bacon, sinfully rich pork rillettes, corned beef, sausages, and wares from the best local salumists. The adjacent wooden counter is stacked high with house-baked brown butter almond tarts, cookies, and almond scones (set next to jars of house-made marmalade, natch). Take a quarter turn in this micro-market and the feast continues with a cooler filled with select local produce, organic milk, eggs, butter, and artisan specialty items like hand-chopped kim chi and homespun desserts like chocolate pudding and creamy rice pudding sold in returnable glass canning jars. Non-cooks can cheat and pick up seasonal vegetable and grain salads, scratch soups, and hearty sandwiches, prepared by Woodsman Tavern chef Jason Barwikowski.