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Making Love To Broder's Trout Hash, And More

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Running the gamut of year-end wind-downs and wind-ups (looks like the Eater 38 has a lot of people up in arms, jazzed, and totally un-jazzed, which keep it coming), operatives stumbled across Yelp's year-end round-up. The highlights? A whole lot of really healthy-sounding stuff--the quinoa-mushroom burger from Southeast's The Observatory; Sellwood's Garden State's chickpea sandwich--which for a hot second seems to imply that Yelpers might boast a larger constituency of what's generally considered to be typical Portland: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free until the bacon-loving fried chicken-biscuiting plates like Belmont's Pine State Biscuits' Reggie Deluxe--"a ride to sodium heaven"--slip their way in there. Southeast sandwich joint Bunk, roving taco truck KoiFusion, and North Portland taqueria Tienda Santa Cruz get namechecked, as does pizza at Gladstone Coffee, Wy'east, Apizza Scholls, and Dove Vivi. The true winner, though, is Clinton Scandinavian mainstay Broder--home to what's widely considered one of Portland's best breakfasts--and which serves a trout hash at least one Yelper wants to "make love to." To which Eater can only say go on. Give it a whirl. Please?
How Portland Dined in '09 [Yelp]

Pine State Biscuits (SE)

3640 SE Belmont Street, Portland, OR 97214 503 236 3346 Visit Website


2508 SE Clinton Street, Portland, OR 97202

2508 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202

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