according to Gabe Rucker

5. Roost
1403 SE Belmont St, 971-544-7136; roostpdx.com

“Originally, we were looking at their space for Little Bird. It’s got a super-minimalist vibe. I think it’s the best brunch in town and you don’t have to wait for it. Dinner’s great, too. Definitely one of the most overlooked gems in Portland. There’s a dish at breakfast called Kentucky Hot Brown that’s brioche toast and eggs and bacon and mornay sauce. It’s badass.”

 

 

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