[NETHERLANDS] Established by Dutch immigrants in Beaverton 40 years ago, the market is the only 100 percent full-service Dutch store in the Northwest. Lia Middelhoven and her husband, Hans, who both immigrated from Holland after World War II, have owned the tiny trove of rarities since 2001. From jarred vegetables grown in the oceanic Netherlands soil to dry mix for pankoeken (pancakes) and murky bottles of stroop (Dutch syrup), the store is teeming with only-from-the-Netherlands delicacies.

Grocery list: Extra-creamy gouda, Hagelslag candy sprinkles, drop licorice, stroopwafel cookies.