Fuller’s Coffee Shop

Coffee shop | Diner | Seafood
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A man sitting near us at one of Fuller’s two U-shaped Formica counters mopped the last of some yolk off his plate with a forkful of pancake and declared that he used to eat at Fuller’s nearly every day thirty-two years ago, and as far as he could see, nothing’s changed but the prices. Bread is still homemade: not artisan bread, but real, normal bread. Cinnamon rolls, made each morning, are soft and just-right sweet.

Lunch consists of such blue plate specials as hot beef and gravy with mashed potatoes and a corned beef sloppy Joe. There is always interesting seafood: salmon steaks in season, batter-dipped fish and chips, fresh-fried oysters, and big, slightly scary (but easy to eat) egg-battered, fried razor clams with French fries and cole slaw.

Off the tourist path but loved by locals, Fuller’s is not only prime Portland; it is a taste of the sort of high-quality urban hash house now nearly vanished from most American cities.

What to Eat
Fuller’s Coffee Shop, Pig In A Blanket
Pig In A Blanket
Must-Try
Pig in a blanket comes with warm syrup on the side.
Fuller’s Coffee Shop, Omelet
Omelet
Must-Try
"Our Famous Omelet" is loaded with onion, tomato, ham, cheese, and mushrooms.
Fuller’s Coffee Shop, Coffee
Coffee
Buy one cup, get refills throughout the meal.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday8am - 2pm
MondayCLOSED
Tuesday7am - 2pm
Wednesday7am - 2pm
Thursday7am - 2pm
Friday7am - 2pm
Saturday7am - 2pm
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
Yes
Website

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