Tasty 'N Sons

New American, Tapas, Breakfast
$ $
3808 N Williams Ave (at N Beech St)
Portland, OR 97227
(503) 621-1400
9:00am - 10:00pm
9:00am - 10:00pm
9:00am - 10:00pm
9:00am - 10:00pm
9:00am - 11:00pm
9:00am - 11:00pm
9:00am - 10:00pm



  • John Gorham's insanely popular second spot reinvents Portland's favorite meal brunch taking it to new heights worth the inevitable looooong wait. [Eater 38 Member]
  • I thought the Dinner Protection Act of '34 banned brunches from being this delicious, but I guess Mr. Tasty and his Sons pulled some strings.
  • Delicious brunch menu!
  • Polenta! Sweet biscuits!
  • Avoid during off hours unless you enjoy sitting at a large table with annoying strangers. Some might find it quaint but as a showering Portlander I do not.
  • The second in a trio of Chef John Gorham restaurants. The food manages to feel both fun and yet carefully crafted, with a wide range of global influences from Korea to the U.K.
  • If you're visiting Portland, consider extending your trip a few weeks to allow yourself time to work through every item on the menu. Alternatively, the Polenta & Sausage Ragu, and the Potatoes Bravas.
  • Put your name in, head to the coffee house down the street during the wait, but the good is totally worth it
  • The best new brunch spot in Portland also has a lot of its regular menu items on Happy Hour for a fraction of the price from 2:30-5pm. Go early, theres only a single communal table for seating.
  • Shakshuka with Merguez sausage for brunch, no questions asked.
  • Must try the freshly baked gingerbread cookie with earl grey ice cream. Best. Dessert. Ever!!!!
  • Spinach. Breakfast board. Yams. Coffee. Bliss.
  • the burger is best with cheddar. (and it's delicious!) the blue can overwhelm the burger.
  • Head over to Pix Patisserie for dessert and get the macaroons. To die for
  • The breakfast board was unreal. As was the French toast. These owners have tapped into a mystical dimension of culinary divinity.
  • Saturday happy hour -- 2:30-5 pm -- is delightful. Small snacks and good drinks = winning lazy weekend activity.
  • Start with maple bacon wrapped date, then the tasty African sausage. Coax your partner to order the Burmese pork stew and dig into that too. Everything is delicious!
  • This place I've read is popular with their brunch menu but I almost died & went to heaven with the goodness of their Pork Adobo which is sooo tender! I'm Filipino btw
  • With the small plates, you don't have to choose between sweet and savory. I especially like the vegetable frittata and the Bloody Mary.
  • Mandatory: Start with The Breakfast Board

Nearby places

1005 W Burnside St (at NW 10th Ave.)
2035 NE Alberta St (btwn NE 20th & NE 21st Ave)
3540 N Williams Ave