Brunch Review: Portage Bay On Terry Ave In Seattle - Jen Blog at Allrecipes.com - 169596

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Brunch Review: Portage Bay on Terry Ave in Seattle 
 
Apr. 13, 2010 4:40 pm 
Updated: Apr. 14, 2010 9:22 am
I’m a huge fan of a great brunch, especially something that is a pick me up after a fun night out on Friday or Saturday. My friend has been to Portage Bay a ton of times and was surprised I hadn’t gone yet – well, I hadn’t really heard about it. I love that she had known about it because she knew to call and make a reservation for us about a half hour before we arrived.

You must try the eggs benedict or the SW Scramble – both big plates and great for the price. Don’t forget to begin your meal with a mimosa! Unlike other breakfast/brunch joints, theirs were light and I really think I could’ve just stayed there all day drinking them. I’m already planning on going back this weekend with a few more friends to see if I can convert them from our usual brunch joint to Portage Bay.

{Things to remember} Call ahead and make a reservation (we only had to wait about 5 min before we were seated) * try not to have more than 4 people * don’t forget the mimosa!

{Pros} energetic environment, lots of street parking, great brunch
{Cons} very packed for weekend brunch

Check out all the reviews on Portage Bay at Citysearch.com - let me know what you think of this brunch joint!
 
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Apr. 13, 2010 4:58 pm
Great little blog, I jut adore a good brunch too. We used to go for brunch every sunday with out fail when we first moved here to the States, and then about 6 months ago it just trailed off. I guess after reading your blog (which has made me hungry) I should restart our sunday tradition...
 
Apr. 13, 2010 5:04 pm
mmmmm.....eggs benedict. Is there a more perfect breakfast? It's like an egg mcmuffin with class.....
 
Jen 
Apr. 14, 2010 9:22 am
apple.strudel - you HAVE to pick up the tradition! I think a good weekend brunch is KEY to a happy life :)
 
 
 
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