Month: September 2017
As a pet owner, moving can be a stressful time if you can’t find an apartment or home that allows pets. Here are 2 properties in the Portland area that allow cats and small dogs (be sure to check on additional pet rents and deposits):
The first property is Springbrook Gardens located on five beautiful acres to walk your dog. Springbrook has a pet-friendly policy to allow animals that are at least 1 year old and under 45 pounds. (*some breed restrictions apply)
Currently, 2 bedroom units are starting at $1,040/month
Greenbriar Village below, the second property on our list, has a pet-friendly policy to allow animals that are at least 1 year old and under 45 pounds. (*some breed restrictions apply)
Currently, Greenbriar has large 2 bedroom units with room for your pets starting at $1,230/month
Our favorite local event website PDX Pipeline publishes a regularly updated list of the hottest Portland breakfast spots. Oregon breakfast and brunch spots including food and drink specials, family-friendly locations, adults-only/21+, and more.
East Burn | 1800 East Burnside | (503) 236 2876 | www.theeastburn.com/eat
11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Weekdays
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Weekends | All-ages
Come join us for a fantastic menu along with build your own bloody mary menus. $2 mimosas with purchase of any brunch item between 10am and 3pm. More info and menu.
Swift Lounge | 1932 NE Broadway| (503) 288-3333 | swiftloungepdx.com
Every Saturday & Sunday
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | 21 and over
Swift Lounge presents the ultimate hangover cure for your weekend shenanigans. No kids, no dress up, no small talk, no bull-corn. Hangover brunch is here from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday to provide you with hearty breakfast fare and libations to prime you for yet another night on the town. More info and menu.
Nonna | 5513 NE 30th Ave, Portland | nonnapdx.com
Brunch every Saturday & Sunday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. & Lunch on Fridays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Nonna is the newest spot on an ever-growing Concordia corner. Nonna, the more-casual sister spot to the acclaimed Italian restaurant DOC, mirrors many of DOC’s charms, but embraces a “tavern” atmosphere, with a horseshoe-shaped bar, high-top seating, and upholstered banquettes. Click here to see the Brunch menu.
For more and updates see the page here: https://www.pdxpipeline.com/portland-brunch-breakfast-specials/