|Byways Cafe Portland|
They're well known for their scratch made food and generous portions. D and I like to call it 'American sized' portions because you will not find a plate of housemade Biscuits and Sausage Gravy as bountiful as theirs north of the Peace Arch.
Keeping the baby travel in consideration, it should be noted that accessibility into the Café and inside is not the greatest. We thought about sitting outside but it was too chilly and the view too industrial. Plus we would have missed out on their famous retro decor! It is packed to the rafters with vintage toys and memorabilia. It isn't very big so if you could wait. It is very tricky to manoeuver a stroller in, that's for sure.
|Byways Cafe Portland Plate Wall|
|Byways Cafe Portland - Amaretto Brioche French Toast|
|Byways Cafe Portland - Biscuits and Gravy|
We were going to change T before we left but it was a tiny little facility in the back. Don't get me wrong. I give a wide berth of understanding here. We have changed T in some tight places but there was no way. We changed him quickly on a park bench up the block. Poor Lil T, it was still quite chilly.
Service: welcoming and friendly
Ambience: diner/grandmas 60s living room
Baby friendly: not so much
Byways Cafe(503) 221-0011
1212 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209
|for a diner|
Ask D, that's a high rating for me. The way I see it, you have to leave room for the rare 7s :-D