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- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Budget Travelers
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
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- 51%Nightlife Lovers
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- Tasty N SonsCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Sep 09, 2013
THANK GOD I don't live in Portland, because I would come here every morning and be twice as big. I don't know how the staff here stays so skinny.
There was absolutely nothing on the menu that I didn't want to devour. The food is tapas style and not your typical brunch offerings. The three of us shared two orders of their chocolate donut holes, three bacon wrapped dates, fried egg and cheddar biscuit with fried chicken, Burmese red pork stew with fried egg over rice and polenta & sausage ragu with mozzarella and fried egg. EVERYTHING was to die for. As our server said, there is nothing on the menu that she wouldn't recommend. The portions were perfect - anything more, and we would need to be rolled out of there.
The libations looked amazing, but I didn't partake in any. Our bill came out to $41, which was totally reasonable. And did I mention, the space is super cool?
Yeah, it's a good thing I don't live here because I would LIVE (and then probably die an early death) at Tasty.
- Tasty N SonsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 22, 2013
Tasty N Sons serves new American food. It's often crowded during the weekends for brunch, but if you're coming with two people, you should be able to find seats along the bar area. I tried the polenta with sausage ragu with mozzarella and fried egg. It tasted soooo good! The polenta item is heavy though, so make sure you come to Tastys with an empty stomach.
- Tasty N SonsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 1Jun 26, 2013
There's definitely a line, so be prepared to wait. You can always grab a cup of coffee and head on outside to enjoy the cool crisp air before sitting down inside. The food is good, but the portions are rather small. My small plate item [the breakfast board] was actually larger than some of the breakfast sandwiches.
- Tasty N SonsMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jun 26, 2013
I love this place! Their food is delicious and they such an awesome menu! Definitely very special. You can't find anything close to this in California. Great service, inventive menu, and so fresh! Get here early or be prepared to wait!
- Tasty N SonsMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersJun 26, 2013
**BEST BRUNCH SPOT IN PORTLAND**
If you are in the mood for BRUNCH in Portland, this is the place to be.
Loved the neighborhood and space of this place. Warehouse-feeling, cool wooden beams, and serving brunch DAILY from 9AM-3PM. SOLD.
We sat at the bar and was served immediately by our bartender/waitress.
Coffee, please. Decent cup of Joe.
- Chocolate Potato Doughnut with crème anglaise ($1.50 each)
They were potato, so starchy, not as light and fluffy as I would like, but decent taste overall.
- Griddled Bacon Wrapped Date with maple syrup & marcona almond ($2 each)
These were definitely my favorite starter. Beautifully done. Flavors were amazing, especially with the maple syrup.
- Fried Egg & Cheddar Biscuit with fried chicken or sausage ($8)
OMG EFFIN GOOD! The biscuit was fresh, light, and lovely . . paired with the fried chicken and cheddar was beyond orgasmic.
Tasted the following as well (from friends' plates):
- Polenta & Sausage Ragu with mozzarella & fried egg ($8)
The thing with polenta is that you need to consume it right away or else it will harden and lose its texture. It was good overall, but I liked my fried egg and biscuit better.
- Burmese Red Pork Stew with short grain rice & eggs two ways ($9)
I adore creative twists on brunch food. This one was a winner. The meat was tender and deliciously spiced (not salty at all). The eggs were great touches to the rice and meat.
Lovely and attentive service here as well.
Address:3808 North Williams Avenue, Portland, OR
Total Reviews:14 Reviews
Open Hours:daily for brunch and dinner: 9am to 10pm, Fri & Sat till 11pm