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Restaurants

Where to get brunch in Portland

Brunch haters to the left. These are the best places to get your fix.

by Briana Seftel

Oh, brunch. America’s pastime. Perhaps no city does brunch better than PDX, known for its chill vibe and killer dining scene. When you need that meal that isn’t breakfast and not quite lunch, these 12 places do it justice. Late risers, you’re welcome.

Beast 85

5425 NE 30th Ave

With a name like Beast, you shouldn't expect an abundance of vegetarian offerings.

- Frommer's

Ya Hala Lebanese Cuisine 74

8005 SE Stark St

“Hearty portions, well prepared” lure fans to this “perfectly charming” Montavilla Lebanese offering a “great variety” of shareable Middle Eastern comfort classics.

- Zagat

Imperial 84

410 SW Broadway

You can assemble a fine, intriguing meal at Imperial, and nobody would say that Vitaly Paley shouldn't have his name in lights.

- Oregonian

Accanto 75

2838 SE Belmont St

Great Italian date spot. Cheaper than Genoa next door.

- Not For Tourists

Luce 79

2138 E Burnside St

With its quaint corner-store looks... and moderate prices, it'd be easy to miss the punch that this petite Buckman Italian packs.

- Zagat

Broder 80

2508 SE Clinton St

This delightful neighborhood café—one of the most unique brunch spots in town—serves up fresh and delicious Scandanavian food with fun-to-pronounce names like friterade applen.

- Fodor's

Tasty n Sons 81

Hub Bldg 3808 N Williams Ste C

With an open kitchen and happily munching diners packing each table, the industrial, sky-lit dining room has a light and lively atmosphere.

- Fodor's

Screen Door 83

2337 E Burnside

While they're open for dinner during the week, they're best known for brunch.

- Travel + Leisure

The Country Cat Dinnerhouse Bar 83

7937 Southeast Stark Portland

Solid Southern-style cuisine that’s great for its molasses-and-hickory duck leg, bacon-wrapped trout and other nouveau, moderately priced spins on traditional cooking.

- Rough Guide

Olympia Provisions 87

107 SE Washington St

This delightful salumeria—amazingly, given all the house-cured meats here, Portland’s first—has both a retail side and a restaurant side

- Where

Ned Ludd 85

3925 NE M L King Blvd

With a weekly changing seasonal menu using local and Pacific Northwest ingredients, chef Jason French provides an honest approach to American cooking.

- Gayot

Old Salt Marketplace 73

5027 NE 42nd Ave

New American updates on old-school eats (e.g. fried headcheese) make up the locally sourced menu at this amiable Concordia dinner destination.

- Zagat

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