PDXReview

Unlike a lot of weekend brunch spots, this Nordic-inspired restaurant serves breakfast seven days a week, which is great for when you want to make your Tuesday morning feel slightly more special. Start with an order of aebleskiver - Danish pancakes served with lemon curd and lingonberry jam - for the table and add on something savory, like the Swedish baked eggs and smoked trout hash. If you can’t make it to their North location, Broder has additional spots in Southeast and Southwest Portland too.

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