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A plate with three slices of french toast, covered in raspberry compote, sits on a wooden table outside Sweedeedee in Portland, Oregon. Next to it, a bowl of sliced apples, radishes, and pepitas sits.
French toast at Sweedeedee with an apple radish salad.
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Where to Find a Real-Deal Breakfast in Portland

From portable egg sandwiches and bagels to full-blown breakfast plates

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French toast at Sweedeedee with an apple radish salad.
| Brooke Jackson-Glidden/EPDX

Portland has no shortage of weekend brunch spots, even during the lingering days of a brutal pandemic. But those are for slow, leisurely times, whereas breakfast is often quicker and more casual. Luckily, the city also has a plethora of dining options for the less buzzy and Instagrammed morning meals. And, unlike the eggs Benedict and pancake towers that define brunch, breakfast travels better with items like breakfast burritos, bagel sandwiches, jianbing, doughnuts, and savory pastries.

As more people get vaccinated, the city has begun to offer many options for breakfast, from quick on-the-go bites to full sit-down meals. Some places are even offering indoor dining, though it’s up to individuals to decide their level of comfort with that. For more weekend brunch options, this map may help.

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; the latest data about the delta variant indicates that it may pose a low-to-moderate risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Derby

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8220 N Denver Ave
Portland, OR 97217
(503) 719-7976
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This Kenton cafe is a chameleon: Those looking for a no-fuss breakfast of biscuits and gravy will find it here; then again, those looking for a light yogurt parfait with passionfruit curd will find it here, too. But those looking to luxuriate with something unique should seek out the bowl of mini macadamia nut waffles, which come dressed in a pandan condensed cream. The meaty sides — longganisa and corned beef, in particular — should not be missed. Derby is open for onsite dining and takeout.

2. Sweedeedee

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5202 N Albina Ave
Portland, OR 97217
(503) 201-7038
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After a long closure, Sweedeedee is back and — if you can believe it — better than before. Now, raspberry compote adds welcome acidity to a custardy and caramelized-sugar-encrusted (think: liege waffle) French toast, a potato-and-pepper-filled frittata dresses up like a tortilla Española with a smoky paprika aioli, and DIY sourdough toast comes with a nice selection of pickles and briny accompaniments. The best part of Sweedeedee’s brunch, however, is its all-day add-ons, like tender beet salads with pickled chiles or light honeycrisp-and-radish salads with mint. It’s open for indoor and outdoor seating, plus takeout.

3. Tin Shed Garden Cafe

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1438 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 288-6966
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The patio at Tin Shed has always been a breakfast hangout, even pre-pandemic. Neighbors would sit out among the plants, tucked away on Alberta, with piles of eggs over cheesy grits or raspberry-jam scones. For those seeking a pile of potato cakes, an asparagus-leek eggs Benedict, and a passionfruit-pineapple-orange mimosa, this is the mid-week brunch spot to hit. Tin Shed is open for takeout or onsite dining, with reservations available.

4. Proud Mary Cafe

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2012 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 208-3475
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For years, Australian-born coffee roaster and cafe Proud Mary has served eye-catching breakfasts that Portlanders love to post on Instagram. Instead of plating pavlovas and hash cakes in the main dining room, the shop built a walk-up window into the door of the cafe, where customers order pork belly, egg, kale, and potato hash wraps with bagna cauda or saffron French toast with banana. Most importantly, Proud Mary’s iconic avocado toast, maybe the best example of the trendy dish in town, is on the menu. Orders to go can be placed on the website, with a covered outdoor patio for those who want to eat nearby.

5. Jinju Patisserie

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4063 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227
(503) 828-7728
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This Williams bakery makes some of the city’s finest laminated pastries, whether they’re stuffed with meat and sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning, or simply served plain, shatteringly flaky and exceptionally buttery. Beyond breakfast, it’s always worth it to grab a dessert from the cold case while perusing the other pastries. Jinju is currently open for walk-ins.

6. Cameo Cafe

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8111 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 284-0401
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Eclectic from start to finish, Cameo Cafe has the quintessential funky Portland decor and serves a mashup of American and Korean flavors. Cameo is still offering its omelets and hash browns, waffles, pancakes, or other American classics, but those in the know head straight for Sue Gee’s Pindaettok, a massive Korean pancake of veggies, beans, and ground rice, served with bacon, two eggs, and toast. It holds up well, especially for those who picnic at Rocky Butte. Cameo Cafe is open for takeout and onsite dining.

7. Little Griddle

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3520 NE 42nd Ave
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 752-7956
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This Beaumont charmer of a breakfast cafe delivers the goods: Benedicts topped with everything from cured ham to braised pork shoulder, jammy shakshuka, and an egg-and-cheese on a house buttermilk biscuit. Plus, those looking to live it up mid-week will find a wide selection of bloody marys, spiked coffee, and mimosas. Little Griddle is open for onsite dining, takeout, and delivery, though takeout is not available on the weekends.

8. Pip's Original Doughnuts & Chai

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4759 NE Fremont St
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 206-8692
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Pip’s is a Fremont neighborhood favorite for its bite-sized doughnuts, served hot and fresh-fried alongside its number of distinct chais — its honey and sea salt doughnuts are a Portland treasure. But even beyond the doughnuts and tea, Pip’s Original has stood as a leader, supporting local restaurants with its Community Chai fundraisers and speaking out about safely running food businesses during a pandemic. Order doughnuts and chai for takeout at the cafe.

9. Bernstein's Bagels

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816 N Russell St
Portland, OR 97227
(503) 883-1222
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Bernstein’s Bagels likely makes the city’s best bagel — chewy but not too dense, dotted with little bubbles to indicate the right level of snap. They come with bagel-sized layers of eclectic schmears and as breakfast sandwiches with eggs and prosciutto, ordered for carry-out. It’s best to arrive early, however; these days, Bernstein’s sells out more often than not.

10. Sahuayo Taqueria

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4438 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 719-5374

Inside the Glisan convenience store J&T’s Market, Adrian Flores tops cheeseburgers with bacon and eggs, piles plates with huevos rancheros, and ladles bowls of birria de chivo as early as 7 a.m. On the weekends, menudo lands at picnic tables outside the store, sipped alongside horchata and, in some cases, energy drinks from the fridges inside. But for mid-week workers, the selection of breakfast burritos is a real draw, filled with everything from chorizo and potatoes to ham, sausage, and bacon. Sahuayo is open for takeout.

11. Fuller's Coffee Shop

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136 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 222-5608
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When breakfast calls for no more than greasy spoon simplicity and endless coffee refills, there’s nothing like Fuller’s. This institution has been serving Portlanders since the 1940s, and managed to weather the trials of the pandemic despite its intimate interior. Customers can order Monte Cristos and massive Pigs in a Blanket for onsite dining or takeout.

12. Hunnymilk

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1981 W Burnside St
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 719-7349
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Back in the day, Hunnymilk served customizable plates of both sweet and savory brunch items, side-by-side in a single meal. However, during the Year of the Pivot, Hunnymilk switched things up and became something of a doughnut shop: The menu is still a choose-your-own-adventure of sweet and savory dishes, but now its entire menu involves some sort of fried dough. For instance, one meal might involve popcorn chicken-and-waffle doughnuts with a yuzu dip and an apple pie ‘churro-nut’ with whiskey caramel apples and crème brûlée custard. Hunnymilk is now open for dine-in and takeout.

13. Zell's Cafe

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1300 SE Morrison St
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 239-0196
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This no-fuss breakfast cafe opened in the ‘80s, but it feels like one of those places that’s been around forever. Here, scones and jam land at your table before a $6 stack of pumpkin pancakes, or an omelet smothered in a chanterelle cream sauce, or one of the city’s best renditions of corned beef hash. The coffee is hot and served in a glass mug, the specials board is frequently updated, and the regulars are likely sitting at the counter. Zell’s is open for onsite dining, indoors or outdoors (on nice days), as well as takeout.

14. Behind The Museum Cafe

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1229 SW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 477-6625
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Even with its very literal name, Behind the Museum Cafe can be a little tricky to find. It’s worth the brief hunt, though, as this charming, independently owned cafe serves all manner of Japanese teas and breakfast treats, from baguette sandwiches to onigiri and otsumami. Every pastry and rice ball here is best when enjoyed with a cup of genmaicha, matcha, or sencha. Behind the Museum Cafe offers indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout and delivery.

15. Matt's BBQ Tacos

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3207 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 956-7455
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Matt’s BBQ Tacos is known for its smoked meat tacos, served in pillowy, Austin-style flour tortillas. But the migas taco — scrambled eggs with cheddar, salsa, and tortilla chips — might be the move for breakfast. The chopped brisket breakfast taco, with potatoes and cheddar, is no slouch, either. Order online before picking up at the Hawthorne cart.

16. Fried Egg I'm In Love

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3549 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 610-3447
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This food cart-turned-restaurant has been a Hawthorne mainstay for years, and with other locations in Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Prost food cart pod, these sandwiches show no signs of stopping. The “Sriracha Mix-A-Lot” — a fried egg with seared ham, avocado, havarti, tomato, and sriracha — is a typical crowd-pleaser, as well as the classic “Yolko Ono,” a fried egg with pesto, parmesan, sausage patty, and “Magic Egg Dust” spice mixture. Sandwiches can be made vegetarian or gluten-free. Orders for takeout should be made online.

17. La Osita PDX - Coffee and Mexican Food

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1515 -A, SE 122nd Ave
Portland, OR 97233
(503) 358-3364
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La Osita, the breakfast cart with some of the city’s best breakfast burritos and tacos, is still going strong during the pandemic. The chorizo-stuffed breakfast burrito with a hearty dose of pico de gallo is a smart choice, but it’s hard to beat the “brunch taco,” with thick slabs of bacon and tangy pickled onions. The cart takes walk-up orders for takeout.

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Brunch taco at La Osita
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18. Master Kong

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8435 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97266
(971) 373-8248

This no-frills, family-owned cafe in deep Southeast may serve Portland’s best Chinese breakfast, with everything from jam-packed, blistery jianbing to the an absurdly ginger-laden congee littered with knobs of salted pork. The jianbing, in particular, is ideal for a quick breakfast on the run, and the congee easily holds up on a drive home.

19. Cafe Rowan

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4437 SE Cesar Estrada Chavez Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
(503) 841-5072
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Cafe Rowan is one of those places that felt overdue for the neighborhood: A really polished breakfast cafe, where locals could grab a morning coffee (Deadstock, natch), maybe a fussy avocado toast with watermelon radish and tahini, or a truly inventive breakfast sandwich — the Rowan combines bacon, eggs, and house-made blueberry jam, while the Dame pairs gochujang and Mama Lil’s pepper aioli with house sausage and manchego. If people want the full brunch experience, Cafe Rowan has that covered, too: banana french toast with coffee maple syrup, shrimp and grits with bacon shallot jam, or eggs Benedict with smoked Pacific Northwestern Steelhead. Cafe Rowan is open for onsite dining and takeout.

20. Mehri's Cafe and Bakery

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6923 SE 52nd Ave
Portland, OR 97206
(503) 788-9600
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This Brentwood-Darlington cafe has been something of a poorly kept secret for weekday brunch, mastering midcentury brunch nostalgia. Yep, Mehri’s has your standard Benedicts, chicken-fried steak and eggs, house-made biscuits slathered in sausage gravy. It also bakes cinnamon rolls and gives them the French toast treatment, stuffs pancakes with fruit compote, and makes the bread for toast in-house. Mehri’s is open for indoor or outdoor dining, as well as takeout.

21. Broder Söder

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8800 SW Oleson Rd
Portland, OR 97223
(971) 373-8762
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This Scandinavian breakfast cafe is a Portland gem, with locations everywhere from Hood River to this SW Oleson cafe. It has all the classics, including the cheerful little aebleskivers — spherical, fluffy pancake balls topped in powdered sugar. Those who feel comfortable eating onsite can do so, as well, for pans of lost eggs and Swedish meatballs. The cafe is open for takeout, as well as indoor and outdoor seating.

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1. Derby

8220 N Denver Ave, Portland, OR 97217

This Kenton cafe is a chameleon: Those looking for a no-fuss breakfast of biscuits and gravy will find it here; then again, those looking for a light yogurt parfait with passionfruit curd will find it here, too. But those looking to luxuriate with something unique should seek out the bowl of mini macadamia nut waffles, which come dressed in a pandan condensed cream. The meaty sides — longganisa and corned beef, in particular — should not be missed. Derby is open for onsite dining and takeout.

8220 N Denver Ave
Portland, OR 97217

2. Sweedeedee

5202 N Albina Ave, Portland, OR 97217

After a long closure, Sweedeedee is back and — if you can believe it — better than before. Now, raspberry compote adds welcome acidity to a custardy and caramelized-sugar-encrusted (think: liege waffle) French toast, a potato-and-pepper-filled frittata dresses up like a tortilla Española with a smoky paprika aioli, and DIY sourdough toast comes with a nice selection of pickles and briny accompaniments. The best part of Sweedeedee’s brunch, however, is its all-day add-ons, like tender beet salads with pickled chiles or light honeycrisp-and-radish salads with mint. It’s open for indoor and outdoor seating, plus takeout.

5202 N Albina Ave
Portland, OR 97217

3. Tin Shed Garden Cafe

1438 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211

The patio at Tin Shed has always been a breakfast hangout, even pre-pandemic. Neighbors would sit out among the plants, tucked away on Alberta, with piles of eggs over cheesy grits or raspberry-jam scones. For those seeking a pile of potato cakes, an asparagus-leek eggs Benedict, and a passionfruit-pineapple-orange mimosa, this is the mid-week brunch spot to hit. Tin Shed is open for takeout or onsite dining, with reservations available.

1438 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211

4. Proud Mary Cafe

2012 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211

For years, Australian-born coffee roaster and cafe Proud Mary has served eye-catching breakfasts that Portlanders love to post on Instagram. Instead of plating pavlovas and hash cakes in the main dining room, the shop built a walk-up window into the door of the cafe, where customers order pork belly, egg, kale, and potato hash wraps with bagna cauda or saffron French toast with banana. Most importantly, Proud Mary’s iconic avocado toast, maybe the best example of the trendy dish in town, is on the menu. Orders to go can be placed on the website, with a covered outdoor patio for those who want to eat nearby.

2012 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211

5. Jinju Patisserie

4063 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97227

This Williams bakery makes some of the city’s finest laminated pastries, whether they’re stuffed with meat and sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning, or simply served plain, shatteringly flaky and exceptionally buttery. Beyond breakfast, it’s always worth it to grab a dessert from the cold case while perusing the other pastries. Jinju is currently open for walk-ins.

4063 N Williams Ave
Portland, OR 97227

6. Cameo Cafe

8111 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97213

Eclectic from start to finish, Cameo Cafe has the quintessential funky Portland decor and serves a mashup of American and Korean flavors. Cameo is still offering its omelets and hash browns, waffles, pancakes, or other American classics, but those in the know head straight for Sue Gee’s Pindaettok, a massive Korean pancake of veggies, beans, and ground rice, served with bacon, two eggs, and toast. It holds up well, especially for those who picnic at Rocky Butte. Cameo Cafe is open for takeout and onsite dining.

8111 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213

7. Little Griddle

3520 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97213

This Beaumont charmer of a breakfast cafe delivers the goods: Benedicts topped with everything from cured ham to braised pork shoulder, jammy shakshuka, and an egg-and-cheese on a house buttermilk biscuit. Plus, those looking to live it up mid-week will find a wide selection of bloody marys, spiked coffee, and mimosas. Little Griddle is open for onsite dining, takeout, and delivery, though takeout is not available on the weekends.

3520 NE 42nd Ave
Portland, OR 97213

8. Pip's Original Doughnuts & Chai

4759 NE Fremont St, Portland, OR 97213

Pip’s is a Fremont neighborhood favorite for its bite-sized doughnuts, served hot and fresh-fried alongside its number of distinct chais — its honey and sea salt doughnuts are a Portland treasure. But even beyond the doughnuts and tea, Pip’s Original has stood as a leader, supporting local restaurants with its Community Chai fundraisers and speaking out about safely running food businesses during a pandemic. Order doughnuts and chai for takeout at the cafe.

4759 NE Fremont St
Portland, OR 97213

9. Bernstein's Bagels

816 N Russell St, Portland, OR 97227

Bernstein’s Bagels likely makes the city’s best bagel — chewy but not too dense, dotted with little bubbles to indicate the right level of snap. They come with bagel-sized layers of eclectic schmears and as breakfast sandwiches with eggs and prosciutto, ordered for carry-out. It’s best to arrive early, however; these days, Bernstein’s sells out more often than not.

816 N Russell St
Portland, OR 97227

10. Sahuayo Taqueria

4438 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97213

Inside the Glisan convenience store J&T’s Market, Adrian Flores tops cheeseburgers with bacon and eggs, piles plates with huevos rancheros, and ladles bowls of birria de chivo as early as 7 a.m. On the weekends, menudo lands at picnic tables outside the store, sipped alongside horchata and, in some cases, energy drinks from the fridges inside. But for mid-week workers, the selection of breakfast burritos is a real draw, filled with everything from chorizo and potatoes to ham, sausage, and bacon. Sahuayo is open for takeout.

4438 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR 97213

11. Fuller's Coffee Shop

136 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

When breakfast calls for no more than greasy spoon simplicity and endless coffee refills, there’s nothing like Fuller’s. This institution has been serving Portlanders since the 1940s, and managed to weather the trials of the pandemic despite its intimate interior. Customers can order Monte Cristos and massive Pigs in a Blanket for onsite dining or takeout.

136 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

12. Hunnymilk

1981 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209

Back in the day, Hunnymilk served customizable plates of both sweet and savory brunch items, side-by-side in a single meal. However, during the Year of the Pivot, Hunnymilk switched things up and became something of a doughnut shop: The menu is still a choose-your-own-adventure of sweet and savory dishes, but now its entire menu involves some sort of fried dough. For instance, one meal might involve popcorn chicken-and-waffle doughnuts with a yuzu dip and an apple pie ‘churro-nut’ with whiskey caramel apples and crème brûlée custard. Hunnymilk is now open for dine-in and takeout.

1981 W Burnside St
Portland, OR 97209

13. Zell's Cafe

1300 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97214

This no-fuss breakfast cafe opened in the ‘80s, but it feels like one of those places that’s been around forever. Here, scones and jam land at your table before a $6 stack of pumpkin pancakes, or an omelet smothered in a chanterelle cream sauce, or one of the city’s best renditions of corned beef hash. The coffee is hot and served in a glass mug, the specials board is frequently updated, and the regulars are likely sitting at the counter. Zell’s is open for onsite dining, indoors or outdoors (on nice days), as well as takeout.

1300 SE Morrison St
Portland, OR 97214

14. Behind The Museum Cafe

1229 SW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

Even with its very literal name, Behind the Museum Cafe can be a little tricky to find. It’s worth the brief hunt, though, as this charming, independently owned cafe serves all manner of Japanese teas and breakfast treats, from baguette sandwiches to onigiri and otsumami. Every pastry and rice ball here is best when enjoyed with a cup of genmaicha, matcha, or sencha. Behind the Museum Cafe offers indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout and delivery.

1229 SW 10th Ave
Portland, OR 97205

15. Matt's BBQ Tacos

3207 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214

Matt’s BBQ Tacos is known for its smoked meat tacos, served in pillowy, Austin-style flour tortillas. But the migas taco — scrambled eggs with cheddar, salsa, and tortilla chips — might be the move for breakfast. The chopped brisket breakfast taco, with potatoes and cheddar, is no slouch, either. Order online before picking up at the Hawthorne cart.

3207 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214

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16. Fried Egg I'm In Love

3549 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214

This food cart-turned-restaurant has been a Hawthorne mainstay for years, and with other locations in Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Prost food cart pod, these sandwiches show no signs of stopping. The “Sriracha Mix-A-Lot” — a fried egg with seared ham, avocado, havarti, tomato, and sriracha — is a typical crowd-pleaser, as well as the classic “Yolko Ono,” a fried egg with pesto, parmesan, sausage patty, and “Magic Egg Dust” spice mixture. Sandwiches can be made vegetarian or gluten-free. Orders for takeout should be made online.

3549 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214

17. La Osita PDX - Coffee and Mexican Food

1515 -A, SE 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97233
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Brunch taco at La Osita
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La Osita, the breakfast cart with some of the city’s best breakfast burritos and tacos, is still going strong during the pandemic. The chorizo-stuffed breakfast burrito with a hearty dose of pico de gallo is a smart choice, but it’s hard to beat the “brunch taco,” with thick slabs of bacon and tangy pickled onions. The cart takes walk-up orders for takeout.

1515 -A, SE 122nd Ave
Portland, OR 97233

18. Master Kong

8435 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97266

This no-frills, family-owned cafe in deep Southeast may serve Portland’s best Chinese breakfast, with everything from jam-packed, blistery jianbing to the an absurdly ginger-laden congee littered with knobs of salted pork. The jianbing, in particular, is ideal for a quick breakfast on the run, and the congee easily holds up on a drive home.

8435 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97266

19. Cafe Rowan

4437 SE Cesar Estrada Chavez Blvd, Portland, OR 97202

Cafe Rowan is one of those places that felt overdue for the neighborhood: A really polished breakfast cafe, where locals could grab a morning coffee (Deadstock, natch), maybe a fussy avocado toast with watermelon radish and tahini, or a truly inventive breakfast sandwich — the Rowan combines bacon, eggs, and house-made blueberry jam, while the Dame pairs gochujang and Mama Lil’s pepper aioli with house sausage and manchego. If people want the full brunch experience, Cafe Rowan has that covered, too: banana french toast with coffee maple syrup, shrimp and grits with bacon shallot jam, or eggs Benedict with smoked Pacific Northwestern Steelhead. Cafe Rowan is open for onsite dining and takeout.

4437 SE Cesar Estrada Chavez Blvd
Portland, OR 97202

20. Mehri's Cafe and Bakery

6923 SE 52nd Ave, Portland, OR 97206

This Brentwood-Darlington cafe has been something of a poorly kept secret for weekday brunch, mastering midcentury brunch nostalgia. Yep, Mehri’s has your standard Benedicts, chicken-fried steak and eggs, house-made biscuits slathered in sausage gravy. It also bakes cinnamon rolls and gives them the French toast treatment, stuffs pancakes with fruit compote, and makes the bread for toast in-house. Mehri’s is open for indoor or outdoor dining, as well as takeout.

6923 SE 52nd Ave
Portland, OR 97206

21. Broder Söder

8800 SW Oleson Rd, Portland, OR 97223

This Scandinavian breakfast cafe is a Portland gem, with locations everywhere from Hood River to this SW Oleson cafe. It has all the classics, including the cheerful little aebleskivers — spherical, fluffy pancake balls topped in powdered sugar. Those who feel comfortable eating onsite can do so, as well, for pans of lost eggs and Swedish meatballs. The cafe is open for takeout, as well as indoor and outdoor seating.

8800 SW Oleson Rd
Portland, OR 97223

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