Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Otto's Sausage Kitchen | Portland, OR

Tucked away in what is affectionately known as the Woodstock District, Otto's Sausage Kitchen has been serving the greater Portland area for over 80 years. And in that time, three generations have seen its popularity grow from a modest meat market founded by Otto and Selma Eichentopf in 1922 to its national reputation today.

Now owned and operated by Otto's grandson, Jerry, and his wife Gretchen, not much has changed, meaning that tradition and family values still rule the roost. And you can see it in the way each customer is treated as if he/she were family, and you can taste it in their meats and sausages, which include bockwurst, cajun andouille, chicken and pork sausage, pepperoni sticks, old-fashioned wieners, and pastrami. All are still made from Otto's original recipes and cured in the original smoke rooms that were built into the second floor of the market. So, there's certainly no mistaking that when you stop in for a visit, you'll be treated to the good stuff which Otto's Sausage Kitchen is known: "family, fun, friends, and grilling."


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