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Easter Brunch: Lovely Sweets and Savory Treats
Portland is displaying beautiful signs of spring with sunshine, tulips, and lots of greenery—just in time to celebrate Easter! This Sunday is a great time to gather family around a tasty brunch. After the kids are done finding all the eggs the Easter Bunny hid, celebrate with family and friends at these fine Portland establishments!
Andina offers their full regular lunch and dinner menu along with live music in the evening to top off any Easter celebration. Diners can enjoy Andina’s novo Peruvian items including two celebrated lamb dishes; Corderito de los Andes, a succulent double rack of grass-fed lamb, grilled to order, and served with a Peruvian potato-two cheese timbale with a roasted pepper demi-glace or Seco a la Nortena, an old family recipe—lamb shank slow-cooked in the Northern Peruvian style, in a rich cilantro-black beer sauce, served with a classic guiso de frijoles, garlic rice and salsa criolla. Their Spring Performance Series brings flamingo Ramba performers Toque Libre to Tupai beginning at 6:45pm. Reservations for the performance are required and can be made by calling Andina at 503-228-9535. The cover charge is $18 along with a $20 per person table minimum. All performances will begin at 6:45pm, with doors opening at 6pm and the evening will finish at 10pm The lively Bar Mestizo will feature a performance by Danny Romero from 7 - 10pm
Besaw's will serve Easter brunch featuring classic dishes for the whole family to enjoy. Located in the garden just west of the restaurant on NW Savier, is Besaw’s 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 20th as well. Attractions for the day include sightings of the Besaw's Bunny, a craft table in front of the garden where children can decorate a bag before each egg hunt, pictures with the Besaw's Bunny, four scheduled times to hunt for eggs filled with treats; 10am,11am,12pm and 1pm. The Besaw’s Bunny may even be spotted hopping around NW 23rd visiting neighbors, waiting for a bus or enjoying his favorite snack from Food Front co-op. Families are encouraged to come for brunch and join Besaw’s in the garden for festivities while they wait for brunch.
This Easter Sunday stop in to Block’s for a simply prepared and fresh brunch that will give you the energy you need to excel at that Easter Egg Hunt. Block’s will be offering two special brunch items; a honey cinnamon French toast dish and a seasonal quiche featuring ingredients recently brought in from local farms. Their $5 mimosa will be available in addition to a special spring inspired mimosa. Brunch will be served from 8am - 3pm
For those who wish to enjoy tasty New York style bagels from the comfort of their own home, Bowery Bagels is creating the Easter Bag O'Brunch complete with everything needed for a delicious home brunch this Easter Sunday. Packed inside a sturdy, reusable CruMarket grocery bag, the Easter Bag O’Brunch is $80 and includes one dozen Bowery Bagels with over ten flavor choices, all the fixings for egg salad provided by KitchenCru artisans, decorated hard boiled eggs, 4 12oz Nantucket Nectars orange juices, napkins, knives, plate, and coffee with sugar, creams and cups for an additional $24. Pre-orders for Easter Bag O’Brunch must be made by Friday, April 18th at 2pm and are available for pick up on Easter Sunday from 7am - 2pm. To pre-order the Easter Bag O’Brunch, please visit Bowery Bagels online. Got your own eggs? You can also pre-order bagels for your brunch here!
Cozy and soulful, The Country Cat is a truly made-from-scratch, farm-to-table restaurant that features daily brunch from 9am - 2pm. The American craft kitchen takes pride in serving the comforting, rich flavors of Midwestern cooking with locally sourced, Pacific Northwest ingredients. Visit on Easter Sunday and enjoy a french toast unlike any other by savoring Country Cat’s Cinnamon Swirl Challah French Toast made with a Makers Mark custard, and be sure to try Country Cat’s famous Chicken Fried Steak with mashed potatoes and kale. Reservations can be made at 503-408-1414.
Kerns Kitchen is just the place to enjoy Easter Brunch with family and friends. The Northeast neighborhood spot draws inspiration from the classic Italian style of minimal ingredients to create a menu of simple, fresh, full flavored comfort food. With Chef Nick Medici’s talent for making even the simplest everyday fare memorable, along with genuine, familiar service, Kerns Kitchen is as welcoming as your very own kitchen table. Join Kerns Kitchen for a warm and inviting Easter brunch this year from 8am - 2pm.
Open on April 20th at both Division and Union Way locations, Little T Baker will feature a number of mouthwatering sweets for dine in or to pick up for Easter festivities. Easter specials at Little T will be available daily beginning April 12th including a wide variety of treats including: T’s Pane di Pasqua, a traditional take on Italian Easter bread with candied citrus, meyer lemon zest, Neapolitan Grain Tart with fresh ricotta, vanilla pastry cream, candied orange symbolizing the return to spring, Easter Candy Brownie, Painted Easter Egg Cookies, Rhubarb Brown Butter Financier almond cakes, and a not-so-traditional Hot Cross Buns. Stop by Little T Baker this month for a supply of the best sweets to have on hand for Easter brunch.
This Easter season St. Honoré is offering authentic macarons in bright pastel, spring colors. The French delicacies make great Easter gifts or an addition to any Easter basket, meal or party. They are available throughout the month of April at all three St. Honoré locations in packs of four for $7.25, or individually at $1.85 each. Flavors include Lemon filled with lemon puree butter cream with a hint of vanilla bean, strawberry filled with a strawberry puree butter cream and a hint of rose water, cassis filled with a black currant cassis puree butter cream and Matcha (green tea) filled with a chocolate ganache and a hint of vanilla bean.
Urban Farmer will serve a decadent brunch on Easter Sunday, April 20th, from 9am - 3pm in the atrium. Guests can expect a vast variety of brunch fare including a cold and hot breakfast area including Warm Huckleberry and Woodblock Chocolate Monkey Bread, an omelet station, a deviled egg station, soup and salad, house charcuterie sliced to order and accompanying cheeses, a children’s station, the Urban Farmer grill with Slow Roasted Prime Rib and Cedar Plank Salmon, as well as an extensive dessert station featuring Hazelnut Dacquoise, Citrus Pot de creme, Caramel Pear Trifle and more from Pastry Chef Carrie Merrill. Pricing for Urban Farmer’s Easter Brunch is $54 per adult, $19 per child 10 and under, and kids under 4 eat free. Please call Urban Farmer at 503-222-4900 for reservations.
We hope your Easter celebrations are full of great memories and delicious food!