Portland, Oregon in a Day

28 MILES | 1 hr 19 min | by Michael Stern
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It would be possible to eat nothing but delicious breakfasts all day long in Portland, Oregon; and we don’t only mean the ne plus ultra offerings of Voodoo Doughnut and Annie’s Donut Shop. The original Original Pancake House remains a beacon of the highest quality breakfasts from sunup to sundown. But this tour goes beyond the morning meal to include Pacific Northwest signature seafood at Dan & Louis Oyster Bar and/or Jake’s Famous Crawfish, then perhaps an afternoon snack on artisan hot dogs at Otto’s Sausage Kitchen and, finally, the squarest of square meals at Huber’s.

1

Annie’s Donut Shop

Some of Portland's best donuts! Annie's cream puffs are light and fresh. Raspberry fritters are unctuous, fruity, and monumentally satisfying.

2

Voodoo Doughnut

Behold Voodoo Doughnut's bacon-maple bar -- a great all-in-one breakfast. Just one of many pastries that have made this shop in Portland, Oregon famous.

3

Original Pancake House

The 1st Original Pancake House in Portland serves the best pancakes imaginable. Everything is first rate, from rich cream for coffee to thick-cut bacon.

4

Dan & Louis Oyster Bar

A grand nautical restaurant from the early 20th century, Portland's Dan & Louis serves impeccable Northwest seafood, including a famous oyster stew.

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Jake’s Famous Crawfish

Thick white tablecloths & jacketed wait-staff are emblems of a classic Pacific Northwest fish house. Jake's has been a Portland best-bet for over a century.

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Otto’s Sausage Kitchen

Otto's of Portland, Oregon, makes some of the best hot dogs and sausages in the West and cooks them outdoors on a sidewalk grill. Great deli sandwiches, too.

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Huber’s Café

A good square meal of turkey with all the fixins is the heart of Huber’s menu; but do not ignore the high-proof flaming Spanish coffee, served with a flourish.