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If you only have one weekend morning in Portland, spend it at Canard for one of the best brunches in the city. This small spot is from the same team as Le Pigeon (more on that later) and manages to strike a balance between upscale French food and what you crave when last night’s “just one drink” turned into about four. That means things like the duck stack - pancakes topped with a duck egg, smothered with gravy, and topped with an optional slice of foie gras - and a Ham Jam sandwich with prosciutto, goat cheese butter, and jam. Though if you can’t make it for brunch or the wait is a bit too long, they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner and have one of our favorite Happy Hours where mini steam burgers and select cans of beer are just $3.

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