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Thursday, 07 October 2010



Omg, that hash looks freaking amazing. Pretty much looks like the best brunch ever...


So glad to see your post. We're headed to PDX in a couple of weeks and Beast is at the top of our list. Glad to hear you confirmed our hunch that it would be fabulous!


I heard about Beast earlier this year. Great to see the photos and read more abuot it. Sounds like a great place!


Gorgeous photos, guys! This brunch looks out of this world good. I'm a sweets and savory brunch kind of gal, so this menu would be just about perfect. Must go to PDX.

Boots in the Oven

Hi! And I'm back now and able to respond. :-) The hash was indeed awesome, and the brunch just too pretty. Thanks!

Boots in the Oven

How cool! I hope you have a great time in PDX - such a wonderful town!

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, it was! We were thrilled to have a chance to get in there.

Boots in the Oven

Thank you so much! Can you tell we begged seats near the giant picture window in front? :-) And PDX is totally worth a visit.


This post makes me want to visit Portland. It all looks so fresh and elegant! Yummy!

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