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Tasty n Sons
With so many fancy-sounding options on Tasty n Sons’ brunch menu, it might be easy to overlook the humble Fried Egg n Cheddar Biscuit ($9)--but this classic comfort food can be gourmet cuisine in the right hands. 3808 N Williams; tastyntasty.com
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Bushel & Peck Bakeshop
The Buttermilk Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich ($5.75) at Bushel & Peck Bakeshop changes on a fairly regular basis--the one above happens to be baked egg, ham, fig-onion-balsamic preserves, pepper jack, and spinach--but what doesn’t change is the incredibly light, flavorful, southerner-approved biscuit itself. 3907 NE MLK Blvd; bushelandpeckbakeshop.com
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Pine State Biscuits
Pine State’s Reggie Deluxe ($9) isn’t exactly a grab-and-go breakfast sandwich, but what it lacks in portability it makes up for in fried chicken and delicious, delicious gravy. 2204 NE Alberta; pinestatebiscuits.com
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Lauretta Jean’s
Lauretta Jean’s biscuits are so delicious, they’re good in anything--gravy, french toast, you name it. But the LJ Classic sandwich ($6.50) is a special treat. A light topping of strawberry jam provides a perfectly sweet counterpoint to the savory bacon, egg and jack cheese. 3402 SE Division; laurettajean.com
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Shut Up And Eat
The Gladstone Street sandwich shop’s massive parmesan herb biscuits are perfectly engineered to hold some seriously hefty fillings, like the fall appropriate (but available year-round) Butternut Squash, Egg and Maple Sausage ($6.50). 3848 SE Gladstone St; shutupandeatpdx.com
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Blues City Biscuits
Portland’s fluffiest, flakiest, most deliciously buttery biscuit might just come from a cart. For their sandwiches, they bake them extra large and fill them with everything from gravy, collards, egg, and cheese (the Isaac Hayes, $7.00) to a bright and fresh spicy tomato salad with bacon and lettuce (the Ruby Johnson, $7.00). 4262 SE Belmont St; facebook.com/BluesCityBiscuits
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