Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Portland: The Waffle Window




August 13, 2014

Visit Portland: The Waffle Window

Before I visit a new city, I make sure to check Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat.  Portland, Oregon has two on the list:  The Waffle Window and Built to Grill.  In all fairness to Built to Grill, waffles will win me over every time so without any further research I put my trust in Yelp and added a stop to the Waffle Window in my two-page, single spaced, color coded itinerary.
Waffle Window has two locations and serves up handmade Portland style Liege sugar waffles using premium local and seasonal ingredients.  We visited their super cute restaurant on Alberta Street.
They have a great selection of seasonal, sweet, and savory waffles.  You can even have a sundae waffle or take home some frozen waffles.   My friend and I decided to share one of the seasonal waffles with raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and sliced peaches and we each got our own blackberry basil lemonade made with fresh basil and real blackberries.  I was really tempted to get the blackberry basil mimosa, but responsibility won out as we had a 40 minute drive to the Woodburn Premium Outlets in front of us.
The waffle was delicious and I probably ate more than my share, but hey, I gave up my mimosa!  The waffle was crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside and was amazing paired with the fresh fruits and whipped cream.  I loved the lemonade!  Next time, I will get a mimosa for sure.  Another great recommendation from Yelpers!

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