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Portage Bay Cafe & Catering
Brunch Restaurant
Today 7:30 am – 2:30 pm
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391 Terry Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
391 Terry Ave NUSWASeattle98109
(206) 462-6400portagebaycafe.com
Brunch Restaurant, Breakfast RestaurantToday 7:30 am – 2:30 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmThursday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmFriday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmSaturday 7:30 am – 2:30 pmSunday 7:30 am – 2:30 pm
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Daytime restaurant for sustainable breakfasts, lunches & brunches & a nuts-&-fruits toppings bar.- Google
People talk about pancakes, fresh fruit, gluten free, breakfast bar and union location
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Tyler Lund
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Very nice breakfast locale near the Amazon offices. Nice open space that seems like it'd be great for brunch. Staff is very friendly and attentive. My coffee was refilled several times. Portions are huge. The bananas foster French toast was amazing from the sweet sauce to the delicious bananas. Even the coffee was very tasty.
Annie McGraw
reviewed 6 months ago
I have never been more disgusted with a restaurant in my life. For something as "trendy"and pretentious establishment, I expected my concern to be taken a little more seriously but what I got back was nothing short of despicable. I've had better luck complaining at Pita Pit. I tried to have lunch there one day, and they informed me they were out of chicken completely. Since they don't offer much and I don't eat seafood, it's kind of a hit to the small menu. I bought the awful salad without meat that I could have made at home for much cheaper. I mentioned this in a email (After complimenting their cleanliness), stating that I wish their restaurant could carry out the great "service" they were said to have, and to let them know they ran out of FOOD. Well, no. Instead, this is what I got back: "We might have responded to this [my email], but since you think our food is so over-priced we probably wouldn't be able to satisfy you anyway. Thanks for the feedback, Jeff Smith GM" Is this really the way to run a business? He didn't like something I said so he's not going to grace me with his words in return? I don't deserve to be responded to?? This Jeff guy needs an ego check. I thought they were respectable enough to want to know if something was off. An "I'm sorry" would have been sufficient or nothing at all. I never ASKED for anything in return anyway. I never ASKED for free food. I never ASKED for reimbursement. Was it really necessary to insult me?
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Kailash Patil
reviewed 2 months ago
My buckwheat pancakes were really burnt. Swedish pancakes were cold. Service was not the best. Tried to take my plate away when I had food on my plate!!!
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Christopher Crammond
reviewed 6 months ago
Eat like you give a damn - it is a fitting motto. Given the proximity to Amazon, this is quite a busy restaurant spot. It would probably be busy if it were good food, but since the food is very good they real question is it worth the wait. Yes! The food you'll be eating is organic and sustainably prepared. If that isn't your thing, don't worry because it is very tasty. If it is your first time, get something that'll allow you a trip to the breakfast bar. There you can heap all kinds of delicious fruit on to what ever you've ordered. Trust me, it's worth it.
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Saskia Valentine
reviewed 6 months ago
The highly popular toppings bar lined with big bowls of fresh berries, berry compotes, canned peaches, whipped butter, pitchers of cream and maple syrup draw locals tthat fill the tables every morning as soon as the cafe doors open. I especially love the alternative greens such as needles and chard, etc. Oh yeah, they also serve organic pancakes, french toast, omlettes, etc.
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Anson Li
reviewed 8 months ago
Good fresh organic items. Scrambled eggs a bit dry. Migas excellent. Big portions.

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