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The Pearl's Bluehour Launches Brunch, Eliminates Lunch

Prepare for $2 mimosas

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The Pearl District's classy Bluehour restaurant will start serving classy weekend brunches this Saturday, with an intriguing mix of high-brow, low-brown dishes and cocktails. On one hand, you'll find the $2 23Hoyt Mimosa, named after Bluehour's Nob Hill sister restaurant, and on the other, ricotta blintzes, Tails & Trotters ham crepes, and grilled hanger steak with duck-fat hash browns (see the full menu below). Starting June 25, Bluehour's brunch runs Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

As the old adage says, "Out with the old, in with the new," and brunch kicks off as the restaurant discontinues lunch. Previously offered weekdays, lunch will no longer be served at the restaurant after this Friday's service. And in one final switcheroo, Bluehour is now serving dinner Sundays, which means you can now find dinner at the restaurant seven days a week.

Bluehour's brunch menu divides breakfast and lunch dishes—most hovering around the $14 to 16 range. See what's in store at The Pearl's newest brunch:

Bluehour Brunch Menu 6.25.16

Bluehour

250 13th Avenue NW, Portland, OR 97209 Visit Website

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