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You’ll find coffee cake on the menu at lots of Portland restaurants, brunch spots and cafes. But if you want to find the finest coffee cake paired with the best versions of its natural counterparts, here are your top options.
Get down, bbs.
For the most part, internet stardom is weird and confusing. (A video of a kid yodeling in the aisle of a small-town Walmart, for example, can quickly go viral and send said kid to Coachella.)
The fare is still old-school, soul food-inspired ’cue—this is a place that serves fried catfish alongside its smoked hot link. But the revived Clay’s has a renewed spirit and much-improved attention to detail.
If you read the Oregonian or watched Fox News over the past couple days, you might be forgiven for thinking Portlanders were really, really angry about cupcakes.
You can get $2 pancakes and eggs till 10 am at the Cheerful Tortoise.
“You can’t always get what you want, the World insists, and always will,” Schirmann writes. “Let’s listen to something else, I say.”
Black Cake Records gives poets a voice to go with the verses.
Class requires edible map project. No extra points for “organic, free-range ingredients.”