This light and airy café in the Pearl District is known for its consistently good American fare. Daily Cafe’s rotating Sunday-brunch menu offers a menagerie of flavors. For about $14, one can get local bread rolls, a smoothie, eggs, pancakes, and more. It’s said that the pumpkin pancakes are to die for.
A bustling crowd of art students, toddlers, software developers and dog walkers refuel on Stumptown coffee, multigrain goodness from baker Kim Boyce and specials sourced from the region’s bounty.
At breakfast you might find buckwheat figgy scones, brioche French toast or Migas, a Mexican inspired dish of eggs scrambled with roasted poblano peppers, black beans, corn chips and jack cheese.
A Painted Hill’s beef burger with house cut fries is a mainstay of our core menu along with housemade soups and salads all served throughout the day.
A rotating specials board might include Pozole, Oyster Po Boy, Malaysian Stir Fry or a main dish salad of Kale, roasted cauliflower, currants, crispy pancetta with a creamy avocado dressing - a reason to return yet another day…hence the name, Daily in the Pearl