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Portland’s Best Weekday Brunch Menus This Winter

Friday, December 26, 2014

 

Fried Chicken served with a cornmeal cake, braised greens and porcini gravy at Bluehour

Looking to avoid the crazy weekend brunch lines out in the cold this winter, but enjoy the same amazing food? Lucky for you Portland has several great options for weeday brunch:

Bluehour

Bluehour's new weekday brunch menu has several savory and sweet combinations including Hanna's Pancakes with bacon, savory cabbage, jalapeño and parmesan, as well as Pork Belly and Chanterelle Crepes, and Fried Chicken served with a cornmeal cake, braised greens and porcini gravy.

www.bluehour.com, 250 NW 13th Ave. 

Urban Farmer

This downtown town Portland restaurant known for outstanding meat and simple preparations of high-quality ingredients is serving a weekday brunch that mirrors their seasonal lunch and dinner menus.

Highlights from the menu include Shaved Tails and Trotters Ham Benedict served on a house-made english muffin and Vanilla Yogurt Panna Cotta served with berries, hand rolled granola and biscotti.

www.urbanfarmer.com, 525 SW Morrison St.

The Country Cat

No weekday brunch list would be complete without discussing the delectable offerings at The Country Cat, Portland's made-from-scratch, nose-to-tail, farm-to-table experience.

From the house made Basket of Sweet Cream Biscuits to the Cast Iron Skillet Fried Chicken with toasted pecan-bacon spoon bread and maple syrup, weekday brunch at the Country Cat is a memorable experience any day of the week. 

www.thecountrycat.net, 7937 SE Stark St. 

 

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