Hey Portlandians! Are you looking for a great spot to brunch with your dog this summer? Here’s a round up of some great brunching hot-spots around Portland!
Located on NE Alberta in the heart of the Alberta Arts Neighborhood, The Tin Shed Cafe is a great spot to dine with your dog- no matter the season. Their outdoor porch is covered for protection during inclement weather and opened up during the nice weather to allow for plenty of fresh air. This is one of the dog friendly spots in Portland that also boasts a dog-friendly menu! Choose from three different menu items that will be served to your pup warm in a metal bowl.
Laurelhurst Cafe is a neighborhood cafe located on E Burnside St at 47th Ave. Their breakfast and brunch menu offers a tasty selection of breakfast plates, scramblers, breakfast sandwiches, and kettleman boiled bagels. Their outdoor seating area is both dog-friendly, and includes a kids play area.
Mother’s Bistro is located in the heart of downtown Portland. Known for their cooking that’s just like mom’s, Mother’s Bistro makes everything from scratch using the best possible ingredients. You and your pup can watch the bustling downtown life from the laid back outdoor cafe tables outside Mother’s Bistro while you enjoy your brunch together. They get busy on the weekends so it’s best to call ahead and request an outdoor table.
Pambiche offers a great selection of authentic Cuban food out of their colorfully fronted restaurant. Their breakfast menu includes Cuban breakfast platters, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast appetizers, and a vast selection of intriguing breakfast cockails. You & your pup can soak up the morning air from the open patio area out front. There is always something going on in this neighborhood, and your dog will have plenty of people watching opportunities while you’re dining on a great meal.
If a sweet treat is all you’re after for a morning pick-me-up then Voodoo donuts is the place to be in Portland. Known for their adventurous flavors like the maple bacon bar, Miami Vice, to the classic Voodoo Doll Donuts. You’ll be hard pressed to walk out of there with less than a dozen. A large outdoor seating area with picnic tables is the perfect place for you and your pup to park it which you scarf down a donuts or two.