Little T American Baker
Every pastry is made on site at the Division street location of Little T American Baker. Owned by Chef Tim Helea, Little T Baker is known for its French-inspired baked goods. Little T Baker combines its four core elements of ‘flour, science, hands and heart’ to create foods perfect for any brunch. It is more than just a bakery and also serves more traditional breakfast fare but the freshly baked bread and precisely sourced ingredients make even the usual breakfast sandwich into a unique, exquisite meal.
Address & Telephone Number: Little T American Baker, 2600 SE Division St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 238 3458
Trinket is a tiny bar with a cozy, comfortable vibe. Their farm fresh eggs are used to make dishes like their hash and their polenta with steamed eggs and greens full of rich flavor. Trinket offers meals for every appetite, from small plates like steel-cut oats to larger plates like huevos al pastor, pineapple-braised pork with tortillas and eggs. Fresh-squeezed juices and special brunch cocktails are available to complement any brunch dish, as is a fully stocked bar with a diverse selection of wine, beer, cocktails and cider.
Address & Telephone Number: Trinket, 2035 SE Cesar E Chavez blvd Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 477 4252
Off the Waffle
Owned by two brothers, this waffle shop sells Belgian-inspired ‘Liège’ waffles – sweet, crispy waffles made of brioche dough. All produce used at Off the Waffle is organic and all waffles can be made gluten-free. The owners offer high-quality real grade B maple syrup but discourage customers from using any because their waffles are so naturally sweet. If waffle-lovers leave wanting more, Off the Waffle sells frozen Liège waffles to make at home.
Address & Telephone Number: Off the Waffle, 2601 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 946 1608
The Woodsman Tavern
This popular Division Street bar has a weekend brunch as superb as any of its famed seafood dinners. A wood-fired apple pancake, a double cheeseburger with fries, and chilled raw seafood are all fair game on The Woodsman Tavern‘s brunch menu. Try their special Bloody Mary with a secret mix or any of their other drinks at the bar. The bar also offers delicious non-alcoholic drinks like homemade cream soda and cold-brew coffee.
Address & Telephone Number: The Woodsman Tavern, 4537 SE Division St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 971 373 8264
With a French-bistro-inspired menu and interior, Renard is a hip spot for brunch. The line can occasionally stretch outside the door, but fear not, as food is served fast and the line generally moves quickly. The brunch menu is diverse enough that it manages to encapsulate a wide variety of flavors and moods. Make sure to leave room at the end of brunch for a dessert of bread pudding, a delicious creation with poached pear and espresso flavor.
Address & Telephone Number: Renard, 2039 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 719 7529
Sip Juice Cart
Served out of the window of a vintage Dodge bus, Sip is a different way to get breakfast or brunch. Only organic and local produce is used to make their various juices, smoothies and steamed ‘elixirs.’ The juice cart also serves vegan milkshakes made with Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss ice cream. The all-plant ingredients make a brunch at Sip healthy and natural and greens can be added to any juice for an extra health boost. Those looking for more substantial fare can order soup, oatmeal, or one of their granola bowls with blended fruit.
Address & Telephone Number: Sip, 3029 SE 21st Ave, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 964 0820
This Scandinavian cafe is so popular that lines can get very long but luckily, customers can order a pastry or a drink from the bar to tide them over whilst they wait. The cafe is a snug room with 10 tables lined along the walls across from the bar. The menu is unique and diverse, with items like Norwegian potato crepes, Danish pancakes, and Swedish hash. A popular menu item is ‘Söder’ – smoked trout with gravlax, thick ham, and pastries.
Address & Telephone Number: Cafe Broder, 2508 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 736 3333
Home made bread and free-range eggs are some of the ingredients that make the food at Detour Cafe outstanding. The French toast is made with their house baked cardamon bread and dipped in custard, and their bagels are boiled in true New York fashion. Around the neighborhood, Detour Cafe is known for their egg sandwiches, which are served on their homemade focaccia bread. Customers can eat inside the cafe or outside on the patio, surrounded by green with a bright green wall and bushes.
Address & Telephone Number: Detour Café, 3035 SE Division St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 234 7499
This quaint bakery has a wide variety of pastries as well as many options for breakfast. Their breakfast plates are unique, French-inspired items, such as their roasted oatmeal brûlée, a combination of crème brûlée and oatmeal. Some other unique items are crepes with roasted beet-macademia butter and goat cheese, as well as cornbread with tomato relish and Basque chorizo sausage. With so many freshly baked pastries, dessert is a must. Some dessert favorites are the macaroons and the brioche bread filled with cream cheese, chocolate cheese, or raspberry filling.
Address & Telephone Number: Petite Provence, 4384 SE Division St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 233 1121
Lauretta Jean’s is a shop on Division Street with homemade pies. A slice of one of their many seasonal pies could serve as breakfast but they also have a brunch menu of various types of biscuits. Some popular items include the biscuit french toast with apple butter and the biscuit Benedict with two eggs Benedict. The shop also offers sandwiches served on homemade focaccia. Finish off brunch with one of their famous pies, like honey hazelnut or spiced pear streusel.
Address & Telephone Number: Lauretta Jean’s, 3402 SE Division St, Portland, OR, USA, +1 503 235 3119