Ned Ludd typifies the Portland brunch experience, right down to the Kerr sealed glass cups (don't Portlanders ever worry about dropping and breaking the glass cups?). The emphasis is on locally produced vegetables and light breakfast dishes that won't make you feel guilty in a gluttonous way. They also take reservations, which is almost unheard of in Portland (at least ...
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- 10.23 mi0.23 mi from Ned Ludd
FOLLOW THESE STEPS: 1. Expect a wait, you'll be in a better mood knowing it's going to take awhile. We were quoted an hour to hour and 15 wait, but it ended up being and hour and 30 2. Love Hip Hop - I couldn't have asked for better music to get me in the mood for Sunday brunch. Playlist: ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
- 20.24 mi0.24 mi from Ned Ludd1 review
EaT has an awesome happy hour option where you can purchase 1/2 a dozen oysters for $1. The oysters are fresh and taste very good. I also recommend the shrimp po boy and pork ribs. While the ribs are kind of pricey (it is around $20), it is completely worth it. The pork ribs were so tender you could easily ...Popular withFoodies
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- 40.71 mi0.71 mi from Ned Ludd
In a nutshell: dark, small plates, meat-heavy. I enjoyed the "french kisses" (prunes stuffed with foie gras) so much that I ordered two plates, just for me. The omelet with shaved truffle seemed terribly inappropriate at 9 p.m., but it truly hit the spot. I felt like a queen eating such decadent dishes!Popular withFoodiesDesignLocal
- 50.69 mi0.69 mi from Ned Ludd
The food is outstanding, the standing in line not so great. The order then scramble to find a seat, REALLY not fun. The hipster servers, meh. The predetermined tip calculated at the bottom of you bill, 15 18 20%, what for? All they did was make me stand in line for 20 minutes, get my own water at the fountain, ...Popular withFoodiesLocal
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Rob and Kurt Widmer have made the homebrewing dream come true. They are an inspiration to all future homebrewers out there, they started out in their garage in the Pearl District and now have an amazing brewery on the east side of the river. The Gasthaus always has the most fresh beer on tap that allows you to feel like ...Popular withHistory
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- 120.68 mi0.68 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
While researching some food truck options to try in Portland I bumped into Wolf & Bear's... and I'm extremely glad I went there to try their famous falafel wraps. These guys simply know how to mix flavors and textures to deliver the perfect falafel pita bread wrap. Here is what you get on the falafel wrap: hummus, caramelized onions, roasted ...
- 130.65 mi0.65 mi from Ned Ludd3 reviews
Pretty good food and you can't beat the bar menu when it gets late, but it is a total hipster bar and they haven't changed out the art in years. Other than that, yay!Popular withVegetarianLocalNightlife
- 140.65 mi0.65 mi from Ned Ludd3 reviews
We where brought to this restraint by the tempting Bloody Marys posted on there web cite and a groupon so it would be a great way to try out the restraint. I called and made a 7:45 reservation upon arriving at the restraint we were greeted by no one. Finally 35 minutes later someone walked by and said your server ...
- 150.68 mi0.68 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
I love Artisan ice cream as much as the next guy, but the associated higher prices and occasional attitude sometimes have me yearning for the still perfectly acceptable alternatives such as Baskin Robbins, or better yet, Dairy Queen. Yet, sometimes knowing the price of everything and the value of nothing leaves you shut out of a whole lot of opportunity. ...Popular withFoodies
- 160.66 mi0.66 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
Miss Delta is a solid addition to the Southern food scene in Portland. I personally think the food is delicious and the prices are more affordable compared to other Southern restaurants, such as Screen Door. The decor has brick interior walls with ironic Christian artworks and motifs. I ordered the shrimp po'boy with hush puppies and cole slaw. The po'boy ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
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- 180.67 mi0.67 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
The food here was pretty great. I got a custom tofu scramble with vegan "bacon". Unfortunately they use the kind of bacon that no one likes (the hard pink kind) instead of the superior tempeh bacon that most places use. The waitress was a little "too cool" for me and we had to sit next to babbling hipsters but.. that's ...
- 190.65 mi0.65 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
Don't let the name fool you. Uchu Sushi specializes in sushi and fried chicken. I admit, I was a bit dubious at the prospect of eating dishes with such divergent tastes. Regardless, I was surprised that the fried chicken and sushi turned out well, especially during happy hour when prices drop and everything is very affordable. I had the lychee ...Popular withBudgetTrendsters
- 200.65 mi0.65 mi from Ned Ludd2 reviews
Went to Noi for brunch after being completely ignored at Grain & Gristle for 15 minutes (no one even greeted us!). But what a freakin' awesome decision. The wait staff was immediately welcoming as we walked in (I guess there's no way to ignore us as we were pretty much on top of the bar 5 steps in). We sat ...