The 9 Best Brunch Spots in Oregon!
Brunch is one of the most beloved meals. Held mostly on weekends, brunch allows you to dig into the delights of both breakfast and lunch. So whether you’re in the mood for a stack of pancakes or if you’re craving a fresh salad, find only the best at these 10 awesome brunch spots in Oregon.
The No Bones Beach Club is a vegan-friendly beach bar and restaurant. Originally a No. 1 voted food truck, the team put the keys away and opened up No Bones. They offer a brunch menu Fridays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The ACME Café has been a Salem staple for over eight years. Visitors come in for breakfast, lunch, and brunch, served on weekends. The brunch menu consists of several of their more popular lunch and breakfast options.
The Orenco Station Grill in Hillsboro, Oregon, is known for their steaks, but their Sunday brunch menu is nothing to scoff at. Every Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., they bust out the brunch favorites, including Top o’ the Morning, a six-ounce certified Black Angus New York steak, served with bacon-cheddar scrambled eggs, home fries, and toast.
Café Murrayhill works with local farms to create their dishes. They describe the ambiance as “comfortably chic,” if that’s your thing. Their brunch menu contains waffles, egg dishes, breakfast plates, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and more.
Currents at the Riverhouse is a trendy spot with delicious food. Enjoy any meal on their new patio and lounge prepared with the freshest ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Brunch is served 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and consists of traditional egg dishes as well as all kinds of unique plates.
Over Easy styles itself as the only pop-up brunch restaurant in Southern Oregon. They take over the Downtown Market Co every Saturday and Sunday with a brand-new menu created by Chef Braden Hitt. The menus are relatively small, with only four rotating items, but each are completely seasonal and delicious.
Inspired by European beer pubs and taverns, Caves: Bier and Kitchen brings a European flare to Corvallis, Oregon. Brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and includes dishes like Irish cream doughnuts, fried oysters, biscuits and gravy, and more.
Big River Restaurant and Bar is an eclectic place. They pride themselves on farm to table eating, working hard to make sure as many of their ingredients come from local providers as possible. Brunch is served on weekends with a variety of lunch and breakfast dishes.
The Lake Theater and Café offers brunch lovers something a little different. When you’re in the mood to watch a movie but you’re hungry, this is the best spot in town. They have movies, live music, and delicious brunch options to boot.