Waffle Window

Good Morning Lovers and Happy Weekend!! I love trying new restaurants and this one has been on my list. Breakfast is one of my favorite meals I can do it savory or sweet. The Waffle Window has a little bit of both but these aren’t your average waffles. They are Liege sugar waffles, which are a traditional street food across northwestern Europe. It has been seven years since the original window opened out of the service door at the families’ restaurant and with two locations business is booming!

Lets talk décor! So the waffle window is adorable. With pure white trim and rustic hardwood floors it gives you the Portland feeling. I love how they use old windows as wall décor adding to their branding and appeal. The brick wall behind the order station and mix of bright colors gives the space a home feel. My favorite part of the space was all the hand written chalkboards listing out the menu and all the seasonal specials.

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Here is what we ate:

Back To School

  • Peanut butter mousse
  • Fresh Strawberries
  • Whipped Cream
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Salted Peanuts
  • Chocolate Sauce


The Three B’s

  • Peppered Bacon
  • Basil
  • Brie
  • Peach Jam


Ham and Cheese

  • Black Forest Ham
  • Jarlsberg Cheese
  • Gruyere Cheese
  • Grade A Maple Syrup


The Farm

  • Pepper bacon
  • Mushroom,
  • Spinach
  • Roasted pepper
  • Tomato
  • Marinated chèvre.


To make matters even worse they serve beer and have a 16oz mimosa. Every girls dream!!! So if your looking for a place to get some weekend breakfast loving look not further. Check out their website http://wafflewindow.com/


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