A Batch of New Portland Brunches

A Batch of New Portland Brunches

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From Polish fare to Spanish tapas, these additions to Portland's bustling brunch scene are set to bring a world of variety to your Sunday morning meal.

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    This family-owned Venezuelan and Colombian eatery—in the former Pupuseria Factory space—specializes in gluten-free, homestyle dishes like empanadas, arepas, and patacones (fried green plantain cakes) for lunch and dinner.
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    Duck eggs benedict over Canadian bacon, Sticky pistachio rolls, sweet or savory waffles, bread pudding with ham hock, gruyere, and green onions, or one of the specials of the day (peek at the chalkboard before you order).
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    Buttermilk biscuits topped with tomato gravy and a fried egg, bacon and brisket hash with kale and sweet corn, chanterelle and potato frittata, or a killer fried egg sandwich with coppa, arugula, and sriracha mayo on a potato bun.
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    House bloody marys or a selection of aguas frescas (from blueberry jasmine to blackberry sage), with or without a shot of rum, tequila, or vodka.
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    The Mazzy Starszy (elderflower, grapefruit, and champagne), the Dobre Bloody Mary with choice of dill or peppercorn infused vodka, or the Tatanka Banka—Zubrowka (bison grass) vodka and sparkling apple cider.
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    A killer brunch menu that could go head to head with any Sunday morning hangover (and win every last time).
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