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March 7th, 2011 CASEY JARMAN | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Bakery Bar

Tucked in a sunny, off-street industrial building on Northeast Glisan Street, Bakery Bar can be hard to find. Once you’ve visited, though, it’s similarly hard to quit. Though the name implies cakes, pies and breads—of which there are plenty, including some wicked banana bread for $2.75 a slice—Bakery Bar’s breakfast menu is the main attraction. The migas ($9, $10.50 with housemade chorizo), a Southwestern scramble of eggs, peppers and tortilla chips, is a welcome blast of Texas on a wet Portland winter. The $9 biscuits and gravy, like any dish involving the Bar’s amazing biscuits, is rich and distinctive. And for the lighter wallets/appetites, an elaborate selection of fried egg sandwiches (on equally amazing housemade English muffins) run from $4.50 to $6. Oh, and the “Bar” in this cozy joint’s name is no joke: Mimosas (served in a pint glass for $6.50) and other such early-riser cocktails help make it one of Portland’s premier hangover brunch spots.
 
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