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post #91 of 109
portland brunch culture has to be the worst. people happily wait 2+hrs for avg foods, in rain clutching coffee cups with both hands, while discussing the design flaws of the new city provided compost bins
post #92 of 109
I'm out in the desert (Joshua Tree) on Saturday having lunch at 2:00pm in a small funky cafe. A group of hipsters walks in and asks for brunch. The waiter says,"No brunch after 2pm". They moaned liked they had lost their best friend. They turned around and left rather than order lunch...
post #93 of 109
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Originally Posted by eglbc View Post

portland brunch culture has to be the worst. people happily wait 2+hrs for avg foods, in rain clutching coffee cups with both hands, while discussing the design flaws of the new city provided compost bins

Tasty N Sons
post #94 of 109
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post #95 of 109
Sunday brunch. Girlfriend had poached eggs over brisket hash and hollandaise sauce, while I had the slightly more average meal in the back of eggs and breakfast sausage.

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post #96 of 109
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

Sunday brunch. Girlfriend had poached eggs over brisket hash and hollandaise sauce, while I had the slightly more average meal in the back of eggs and breakfast sausage.

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You seem well versed in brunch.
post #97 of 109
Jr I now count you amongst my enemies.
post #98 of 109
Not going to lie, it was a tasty meal. wink.gif
post #99 of 109
This is just to say

I will be eating
in a twee garden
in New York
tomorrow

for brunch
which this thread
mocks
for not being breakfast

Forgive me
it seems like a good idea
sunday
with booze
post #100 of 109
I was going to ask

"Is this still going on?"

But rather instead

I will simply point out

That with 100 posts

There is yet to be

Any allusions to Falling Down...

post #101 of 109
My friends with a kid wanted to meet at Smorgasburg instead. God what a nightmare. Brunch would've been paradise compared to that.
post #102 of 109
I was just looking at the website of a restaurant we were thinking of trying when we're in San Diego next month. On Saturdays they do...blunch.
post #103 of 109
^ Chinese?
post #104 of 109
Nicely played, but nope, haoles.
post #105 of 109
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^ Chinese?

LOLLL awesome.
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