What a great breakfast! Loved every bite and large enough portions that we had left overs. Great ambiance that I appreciate in a breakfast spot. Fast and friendly service, make sure you clean up after yourself-meaning bus your dishes.
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We couldn’t visit Portland without stopping here there has been so many great reviews. I had the pulled pork with coleslaw and it was good will try again the next visit
We had actually made plans to go to another restaurant, but it was closed. We went to Pine State Biscuits because it was recommended to us by two of the locals. We were so glad we did. The food was wonderful and there were many...More
I would go here if I were you. The breakfast I had was very unique and tasted so good. I got the flagship breakfast sandwich with hashbrowns and I remember it being so good.
Breakfast for breakfast, breakfast for lunch and breakfast for dinner. Biscuits, biscuits, biscuits! They are out of control! Don't let anyone tell you this is not a special place - the wait is worth it. You can pick one of the items from the menu...More
at any of their locations, there will be a line by 8:30 or 9:00... Biscuits are stacked with all the breakfast things (and lunch) you can think of. made fresh. Division street location has street parking within a block or two or three. Semi-outdoor space...More
While it's totally basic food, nothing special, I am perplexed why people wait in long lines for basic food. I've had far better biscuits elsewhere in Portland. Maybe people like the alcohol option, not sure. I found the staff pretty indifferent though competent.
It's good soul/southern food hipster-ized (if that's even a word). It was a nice treat for a friend visiting. I picked her up at the airport early morning and went straight to eat breakfast. It is a convenient drive from airport to downtown Portland, because...More
We booked a wine tour so wanted to lay a good base. Pine State showed much promise in this regard. Reggie D was a lot of food, but I finished it and it held me until the afternoon. It was good in that “I know...More