Pine State Biscuits
Open Hours:Daily 7am - 2pm
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- 64%Local Culture
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Member Reviews (14)
- Pine State BiscuitsMar 03, 2014
Crazy huge biscuits piled with cheese, fried chicken, veggies or sausage are a calorie-bomb way to start off your morning, maybe before heading out of town to do some hiking along the scenic Columbia River Gorge. Not cheap, but definitely filling.
- Pine State BiscuitsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 06, 2013
Pine State Biscuits serves freshly baked biscuits. My personal favorite is the biscuit with egg and cheese. Of course, if I'm really hungry I go for the Reggie and McIsley, two biscuit sandwiches with a massive piece of fried chicken in the middle. Also, make sure you show up early. Pine State Biscuits has limited seating and gets packed very quickly.Recommended for:Foodies
- Pine State BiscuitsFirst to ReviewApr 13, 2013
If you are in the mood for biscuits and gravy, this pace is for you. Ordered the Reggie deluxe, fried egg, fried chicken, bacon and cheese slapped between a biscuit and toppef with gravy. Located in Portland s alberta district, this restaurant is a new local establishment with staying power. the service is good and pricing is great ($8 for the Reggie deluxe). If in the mood for biscuits and gravy, come give this place a try.
- Pine State BiscuitsMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesMar 05, 2013
OMG ...please go. The breakfast biscuits are on par with Austin's breakfast tacos. We were up there for a weekend to try new foods, I loved the biscuits so much I had to go back on the second day to have an encore. Warm hearty meals that make you feel better for the dreary wet weather.
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