7 am-2 pm Sunday-Thursday, 7 am-2 pm and 6 pm-1 am Friday-Saturday (Alberta location only).
Let’s be perfectly clear on one thing: There will be a line for a Pine State Biscuits establishment. If you avoid peak weekend brunch hours, however, the Alberta Street outpost grants you the best chance to avoid a long wait, since it boasts a larger space with more seats and evening and late-night hours. Even if you cannot avoid the biscuitless purgatory of a long wait, the moment you stuff a fried chicken-, bacon-, egg-, cheese- and gravy-laden Reggie Deluxe ($8) sandwich in your maw, all will be forgiven. Well, maybe not all, but that’s why you order a side of tender collard greens ($2.50). Wash it down with a mug of Stumptown ($2) and revel in the fact that you won’t have to bother with figuring out what to do for lunch.