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Portage Bay Cafe



2821 NW Market
Seattle, WA 98107

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(206) 783-1547

Hours

  • Monday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Thursday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Friday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Saturday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
  • Sunday: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm

Cuisine: Breakfast and Brunch, Cafes


4.7 of 5.0 from 45 reviews

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Portage Bay Cafe Reviews

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  • Elif GumrukThey serve the best breakfast in the Seattle area. Great fresh ingredients, and always a good freshly brewed coffee. I always drop by at least once when I'm in the area.

    55555 by Elif Gumruk


  • Talal AlrabiahI didn't eat yet, but it looks very good! 😍

    33333 by Talal Alrabiah


  • Eppy T.Fast service regardless of what you order. The staff are like friendly machines.

    55555 by Eppy T.


  • Liz BrownOne of my fave brunch places in Seattle and seriously worth the wait! Coffee is amaze. They have gluten free and vegan options. Definitely get the pancakes and do the fruit bar.

    55555 by Liz Brown


  • Mark SpoernerGreat Breakfast

    55555 by Mark Spoerner


  • Michael CoppolaGreat brunch menu, try the spiced apple cider mimosa and red flannel hash.

    55555 by Michael Coppola


  • Mary SBerry bar!

    55555 by Mary S


  • Michael CoppolaThe hollandaise sauce is on point.

    55555 by Michael Coppola


  • Ronald HealeyCrab cake eggs Benedict. Just do it!

    55555 by Ronald Healey


  • Dan R.Get the NoWait app and get in the queue. You can see the wait time in the app!

    33333 by Dan R.


  • DenMom & MoMo W.All in all - really good. Maybe a bit pricey, but, given it's a good GF place, worth it. Waitstaff leaves something to be desired. Rest of staff was really good.

    55555 by DenMom & MoMo W.


  • NoWait, Inc.Skip the long wait times and host stand. Get in line from your phone using NoWait - http://bit.ly/1aMOQaH

    33333 by NoWait, Inc.


  • PriyankLong queues for brunch! Consider calling in for a reservation.

    55555 by Priyank


  • Calvin T.If you order the Migas, be sure to add the slow roasted pork. So satisfying.

    55555 by Calvin T.


  • Chuck T.Five words: Dungeness Crab Cake Eggs Benedict.

    55555 by Chuck T.


  • Emily T.The ratatouille omelette is to die for!

    55555 by Emily T.


  • Kanisha A.They have gluten free.

    55555 by Kanisha A.


  • Jennifer M.I prefer this location over the South Lake Union area one, it's smaller and quieter. The baked french toast is amazing. The portions could feed a small country, so show up hungry.

    55555 by Jennifer M.


  • Snap Krackle P.Try the Bacon (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Snap Krackle P.


  • Bill J.Make a breakfast sandwich on the cheap by ordering just sides (toast, egg, bacon/sausage)

    33333 by Bill J.


  • michelle b.Service sucks. SLU is way better.

    22222 by michelle b.


  • Robby D.The Ballard Portage Bay. It's about 3 years old or so. There's several Portage Bay locations in Seattle. It's ok, not a greasy spoon. Classy and sophisticated.

    55555 by Robby D.


  • Jessica D.Incredibly delicious gluten free options here!

    55555 by Jessica D.


  • seattle I.Has anyone noticed how attractive the staff is? YUM

    55555 by seattle I.


  • DishOnItFound Rice Porridge as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by DishOnIt


  • HollieFor a great gluten-free breakfast, order the buckwheat pancake "Dave's Way" - you get an egg on the side. Then hit the toppings bar for a delicious helping of fruit and/or whipped cream or syrup!

    55555 by Hollie


  • Arlene S.Toppings Bar all the way!

    55555 by Arlene S.


  • Jen E.The French toast is amazing and you can do wonders with the toppings bar. Also be sure to try the potatoes!

    55555 by Jen E.


  • Sofie G.Worth all the crazyness on the weekends for the duck confit frittata.

    55555 by Sofie G.


  • rachel V.Order the Phil's breakfast w Peppered Bacon! It's da bomb diggity!

    55555 by rachel V.


  • Gabriel H.The migas is the breakfast of the gods of Olympus.

    55555 by Gabriel H.


  • SW StreetSeattle Weekly's 2011 Readers Choice for Best Breakfast! Find more winners with our Best Of App!

    55555 by SW Street


  • Rae R.everything at this restaurant is fabulous. worth every penny

    55555 by Rae R.


  • Julia W.Long lines on weekends and families. Bring patience.

    55555 by Julia W.


  • January F.The Risotto Bene is to-die-for. I dream of it on a weekly basis.

    55555 by January F.


  • Keridwyn D.Try the ranchers breakfast - a bit of everything and includes trip to toppings bar

    55555 by Keridwyn D.


  • H S.Kid friendly - high chairs, large bathroom with changing table, friendly staff, plenty of space between tables and adjacent to kids' consignment shop. Only ? is parking situation?

    55555 by H S.


  • H S.Prawn and chicken salad with udon noodles is delicious. Prawns taste very fresh; chicken breast is a bit dry but well seasoned; and the seasonal veggies are flavorful.

    55555 by H S.


  • Scott M.Stellar, my go to Ballard brunch joint.

    55555 by Scott M.


  • Nikki O.Get Joe's scramble with whites only and tomatoes. Amazing!

    33333 by Nikki O.


  • Teresa T.Check out the new "local" version of a favorite breakfast place.

    55555 by Teresa T.


  • Melissa H.Migas....best breakfast on the menu.

    55555 by Melissa H.


  • Hazel GraceLocal, sustainable, organic and yummy. Great place to spend your dollars in a positive way.

    55555 by Hazel Grace


  • Liam R.Rancher's breakfast is the best deal on the menu!

    55555 by Liam R.


  • Randy O.Go to Portage Bay Cafe for breakfast and try the Southwest Benedict. Think "eggs benedict" but with yummy cheddar-jalepeno-black bean cornbread instead of an english muffin.

    55555 by Randy O.


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