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Bad Habit Room

Piedmont, Oregon

(144)
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Bad Habit Room

Piedmont, Oregon

(144)

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Annie C.

7 October 2019

One of the best breakfasts I've had in a loooong time. It's a very cool, brick building and I expected great things immediately after walking inside. It's a smaller space, we were there early and didn't have a wait, but I would image it can get crowded.We started off the with lemon pop tart, which was tasty but not mind blowing. I had the huevos rancheros and I know firmly believe that huevos rancheros should only ever be served on a piece of cornbread. So good. The side salad was fresh and lightly dressed, the perfect side to the huevos rancheros. I highly recommend getting a biscuit to have with their homemade jam. Next time I'm in Portland this place will be high on my list of places to go! More...

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Colin MacNaughton

21 September 2019

Well crafted breakfast dishes. Locally smoked meats and speciality pop tarts. Delicious.

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kristi wilson

14 September 2019

Rented Bad Habit Room for a birthday party. The events manager, Sabrina, was absolutely phenomenal. We researched a couple different venues around Portland, but BHR was the clear winner after seeing the space, tasting the food and meeting Sabrina. She gave me her mobile and was quick to reply to my texts with questions i had leading up to the party. She was super thoughtful, thorough, and you’ll end up wanting to invite her as a guest to your party. :). Amy, the bartender during our event, was fantastic and handled our 34-person group with impressive demeanor and professionalism. The party was a blast and I could not recommend BHR enough when planning your next celebration. More...

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Will S.

12 September 2019

Bad Habit is a quirky brunch spot that looks like it was carved out of an old 1890's taproom. The wood floors and brick walls make for a cozy environment to grab a delicious brunch! The waits can be a little long, so the key is to head to the coffee shop attached through the small hallway on the right of the entrance, and let them know you're waiting for a table. They'll put your coffee in a glass and you can enjoy it with your meal once your table is ready. I had the croque madame which comes with a little house salad. The ham and egg were perfectly done, but the bread could benefit from being a bit softer so the knife passes through easily and the bites are easier to construct. Otherwise, it was a delicious dish! More...

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Frank O Miller

15 August 2019

Scratch made, unique spin ... great service.

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Chris Harrison

15 August 2019

Great place , good people, good food

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Riley Cravens

15 August 2019

Did not wait for even a second before being seated on a Sunday morning and the food is incredible. How is this place not packed?

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Jomarie Farrell

15 August 2019

Service was fabulous. Food was great too. We had brunch. We shared the homemade pop tart which should not be missed. My only critique is that I prefer a medium poach on my eggs and they were super soft. U would recommend that you let your server know how well you like your eggs done. Also, it was very noisy. It was hard for us to talk, but outside seating might have worked better to talk. All in all, I give this 4.5 stars. More...

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1RadiantNature

15 August 2019

Great music, fun atmosphere

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Jessica Hubbs

15 August 2019

Very tasty brunch. We will definitely be going back.

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Rebecca T.

21 July 2019

Wow! Visiting Portland from Dallas, Texas and was suspicious of the menu. All for naught - this food does not disappoint! The Eggs Blackstone :  ORDER THIS!Hubby had The Southern Breakfast and says "the pulled pork was as good as any he's ever had "!While you're here, be sure to send five dollars to the guys in the kitchen. See the menu for more information. More...

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Antoine Juhel

16 July 2019

One of the best places for brunch in Portland with almost never any wait.

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Connie o.

6 July 2019

Held a private event here. Nice space. Warm, not cluttered. Food was good. Service friendly and efficient. Street parking can be challenging.

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Sharlene C.

3 July 2019

This is now one of my new favorite brunch spots.  It's a bit out of city center but worth it for it's a lesser wait than most popular Portland brunch spots.  Also if you has to wait there's an amazing coffee shop, Red E, to lounge and get your morning cup while you wait.The space allows for group though it can get loud as the sound bounces.Love that they have a different pop tart choice each time I come!The Bloody Mary also looks seriously legit!Their egg Benedict's are cooked to perfection and the portions are just right. More...

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Laura Dustin

23 May 2019

Sabrina was a delight and so helpful with planning my fathers surprise 70th birthday celebration. She made sure we didn’t order too much or too little. The event venue is cute and fit all 45 of us with enough space to still wiggle. Also, we were very impressed with the professional and hardworking staff that made everything go as smoothly as planned! Highly recommend! More...

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QueenMaster C

6 May 2019

Came here fo Sunday brunch and loved it! We both got the Korean breakfast. Their cocktail selection is really good as well! Reasonably priced menu. I would suggest maybe coming early as it was kind of packed when we came around 11:00. Highly recommended! More...

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Kealani Iglesias

6 May 2019

Great brunch option with or without kids. The hollandaise sauce on the eggs Blackstone is creamy and delicious. The scratch made blackberry & cream cheese pop tart is a decadent treat. The server & waitstaff are always friendly & attentive. More...

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Andre Strobel

6 May 2019

Unique location for an offsite business workshop

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Emily L.

9 April 2019

Fantastic low key yet decadent at the same time.  The food was great - especially the shaved ham Benedict.  Our server was amazing and made us feel at home and appreciated!

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Adrianne Gunn

6 April 2019

A great space for small events. I was here for a friend's birthday gathering and the food and drinks were almost as awesome as the people that served them. I highly recommend this place. AND. I'm trying my best to come up with an excuse to have an event there because it's just that lovely. More...

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Tessa Stephenson

6 April 2019

This is a fantastic venue for small-medium parties. I held my husband's 40th birthday here and couldn't be happier. Sabrina helped make sure the details stayed within my budget and had lots of great suggestions for maximizing the menu. It was easy to plan and the food was great. Everyone had a fantastic time! More...

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sara diehl

6 April 2019

Very cozy space which a friend had rented for her birthday. Very neat, old wood.

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Kelly G.

31 March 2019

The Bad Habit Room just made our offsite AWP poetry and prose reading the best event ever.  Sabrina was super helpful, the food was delicious and it was a perfect event space.  With our situation, we purchased what was thought to be food for fifty people, but way over-ordered (also more than 50 came).  A ton of food was wasted, which really bummed us out.  The site is just gorgeous, the bathroom is clean, the staff are super nice.   I would suggest this venue for anyone for any event.  Excellent. More...

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Kalusha C.

28 March 2019

Came in with a friend spontaneously and it was such a pleasant surprise. The hot sauce was so good who would of thought to put carrot and habanero together. My potatoes were cooked to perfect crisp! Costumer service was very friendly! More...

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Michelle Gaynor

6 March 2019

Awesome food and great service!

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Jan Kate A.

24 February 2019

Me and my partner wanted to try something new for breakfast and we found this place.I would recommend this place and i will for sure come back.Oh hey, the salad is really good!!!

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Amanda H.

9 February 2019

Perfect atmosphere, the truffle Benedict is my new favorite thing! Came on a Saturday by 10 am, not too busy (snow day as well) but amazing staff, super friendly, helpful with menu questions. Parking wasn't awful either! The check came and the wait staff was so sweet, asking us if we wanted to split it   or pay all together. "Memphis" was our server, and I LOVED her chat about Mardi Gras. More...

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Cody Angus

6 February 2019

Amazing brunch! Make sure to try a home made poptart too.

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Mehira Lozano

6 February 2019

I love this place. The atmosphere has a fun speakeasy historic vibe. They have a wonderful brunch menu. My favorite is the croque madame and brioche french toast. Everytime I go, I always try their homemade poptart, which changes often. I've never been disappointed. This is a fun spot to bring friends. Get the early as they tend to get busy. More...

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Belinda P.

9 January 2019

Worth a try! So glad I came across this adorable brunch spot on Yelp. If you're visiting Portland, I wouldn't put it at the top of your list (It's small, quaint and tucked away), but if you have the time, you won't be disappointed. I had the huevos rancheros. The cornbread is made from scratch and was perfection! The drip coffee wasn't anything special. Decor was fitting, server was great and the price is right. More...

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Karen J.

6 January 2019

Very good brunch, with so friendly and relaxed service. We had eggs Benedict, bacon and and fruit. Everything was fresh, tasty and well prepared. I also liked the interior and rustic charm of the dining space. More...

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Dave March

6 December 2018

Most greatest breakfast ever, alot.

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M G

6 December 2018

Loved it! Absolutely fantastic staff and the food... It's a gem. They have their own smoking wagon which they use to smoke trout and pork. And the raspberry jam! Will be recommending! More...

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Regina W.

4 December 2018

I booked the Bad Habit Room for my 50th birthday dinner. Sabrina and her staff went above and beyond to create the perfect evening, complete with delicious food, drinks, and ambience. I could not have been more pleased with the attention to detail that Sabrina and her staff put in to make the night flow seamlessly. It was simply magical.-Regina Weaver More...

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Minh T.

14 November 2018

This spot is good. Kind of tucked away but friendly people.They have a community like seating/bench for bigger parties but also has stand alone tables. They also make in-house pop tarts! Which I didn't try sadly. Maybe next time. For drinks we got Bloody Mary's. For food I got the Korean breakfast which was delicious. The right amount of food I tell ya and it hit the spot. The rice coulda been cooked differently (my personal preference) but maybe that's just their style. I didn't mind too much because I still killed it! The lady got the eggs black stone Benedict and that had a interestingly yummy flavor. I think it was the jam...but overall it was a delicious dish. Regardless, it was a nice visit with tasty food and good service. We will drop by again in the future. More...

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Katie Herbel

6 November 2018

Came here for brunch, it was amazing! One of the best Bloody Mary's I've ever had and the food was delicious!!

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Prince P.

4 November 2018

Found this little gem in North Portland, and was not disappointed!  Started out with the Pop-tart and rounded things out with the corned beef hash.  Service was good and food was flavorful.  i don't recall what we ordered from the drink menu, but I remember that nothing they did that day was wrong.  Like many Portland establishments, you could tell that this place also used local ingredients and never compromised on freshness.  As a little bonus, I thoroughly enjoyed the decor and the overall vibe of the restaurant.  I will definitely be back and so should you!! More...

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Angela Gamblin

6 October 2018

Delicious!!!!

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Carlos L.

3 October 2018

Best spot in Portland. Atmosphere and esthetics were on point. Recommend the French toast to start your dream off right. Their food is super tasty and the hospitality was unique and well executed. Only a thing is that it was not open everyday. Guess that's a Portland thing. Overall a must eat while in Portland. More...

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Melissa D.

30 September 2018

The corned beef hash is INSANE. The biscuits are perfect and the staff is awesome. I love this place. They accommodated all 8 of us and even created a vegan bowl for our friends who are vegan. Great place for brunch! Friends said the smoked fish hash was amazing as well as the French toast with hot syrup. Ooooh!!! We will definitely be back. More...

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Trinity Steiner

6 September 2018

Get the Pop tart. The crust is flaky and buttery. The Blackstone was fantastic. The tomato and truffle jam is a perfect counterbalance for the bacon and hollandaise. Korean breakfast had fantastic kimchi and tender pork. More...

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Julian T.

26 August 2018

Loved the pop tarts!!! Service was amazing !! Worth the wait. Cool vibes great drinks and the food is amazing - treat yourself to this hidden gem

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Rachael M.

19 August 2018

Went here on Sunday at 9 am.  Husband and myself.  We were one of the first seated by a lovely, friendly hostess.  Coffee came straight away and took them up on their offer to order a pop tart.  YUM.  I ordered a smoke trout scamble and hubby ordered eggs benedict with ham.  Both, delicous.  Our waitress was very friendly and efficient.  Overall, great brunch.  We will be back. More...

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Acacia D.

15 August 2018

This place was great! I ordered the french toast and bacon. The food came in a decent time and was really good. I recommend putting the strawberry sauce on top! The only reason I won't rate this place a 5 stars is because of the service/environment. It's a small location and I feel like anytime we needed a waiter they didn't come back in a reasonable time. I also ordered a 16oz mimosa that was really good, but really strong lol! More...

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Liz W.

12 August 2018

Absolutely delicious!!! I had the eggs Benedict and my husband had the French toast and they were on point! See ya later tasty and son's...hello Bad Habits!

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Cameron W

6 August 2018

Super tasty Sunday brunch spot.

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Kieran O'Brien

6 August 2018

Great brunch- AMAZING classic rock soundtrack.

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Sarah Kirk

6 August 2018

Went for the Folklore pop up. Was pretty interesting and tasty.

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Tom B.

6 August 2018

A small, charming breakfast place with a lovely focused short menu. This town is full of good breakfasts you can wait in line for; these guys are a little way out of downtown and open only weekend mornings--but, damn. There are a few tables, and a small bar in back. They have a vintage thing going with the menu typefaces and the interior design choices. I think I counted at least four antique fire extinguishers in a place that seats maybe 35 or so. Exposed brick, some really cool-looking old refrigerator cases behind the bar. It's well-lit and airy, and all feels very welcoming.The staff are unbelievably sweet and charming, just bubbling with delightful small talk. We woulda stuck around and chatted all day. (To be clear, most of them are normal nice people--it was the hostess that really radiated bonhomie throughout our visit). We had coffees,m bloody marys, and hashess. They seem to be known for pastries and a couple other things, but we all marched straight to the hash section of the menu. Nobody ordered the smoked trout hash, which seems a mistake in retrospect, but we did try the corned beef and chorizo versions. Both amazing. Prices here are good, and any business connected to Saraveza will get at least a few visits from me. Can't wait to come back. More...

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Todd P.

31 July 2018

Wonderful food. Easy environment. Decent prices. I'll definitely be back again. I still have to check out the sister sandwich shop next door.

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Shondra C.

29 July 2018

Fantastic service and GREAT food!!! Will definitely go back if we are in PDX anytime in the future.

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Sue Y.

25 July 2018

We got married at the Bad Habit Room, and we couldn't have loved the whole experience more! Sabrina was SO helpful, attentive, and great to bounce ideas off of. She was always available for our crazy questions and requests. We weren't 100% sure what we wanted, so it was amazing to have someone with so much planning experience to guide us. We used BHR's catering menu, and the food was fantastic (we eat here for brunch and at Saraveza next door frequently; the food is ALWAYS fantastic at both). We customized our drinks and beers on tap with some local favorites; they were able to accommodate exactly what we wanted. We cannot say enough complimentary things about Sabrina, the bartender, the whole planning experience and the night itself. If you're looking for a venue for a small, intimate gathering (our wedding was about 40 people), this is such a great spot! More...

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Shawnti J.

19 July 2018

If I lived in PDX, this place would earn it's name. Bad Habit Room is a upscale hole in the wall, with a speak easy feel. I was on a road trip with the family when the kids needed brunch. Bad Habit was the closest place to the freeway exit. We had to wait (around the corner at the coffee shop) for a table because we were a party of six and it was well worth it. The scratch biscuits got the picky eaters at our table to try something new. No need for butter; just drizzle some honey, and enjoy. The Brioche French Toast is brilliant - an abstract rendition of a classic. And so delicious. The Eggs Blackstone, Spinach Benedict, and Shaved Ham - impeccable. The best surprise was the perfectly dressed greens that accompanied the entree. So light and refreshing. While we didn't have the opportunity to enjoy them (due to food allergy issues), the homemade Pop Tarts seemed to be a hit with our table neighbors. It really appears to have a cult following. If you're in Northeast Portland, make some time to indulge yourself for brunch. It's a bad habit you won't want to quit. More...

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Alex Lescat

6 July 2018

Love this place

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Michael Benjamin

1 July 2018

The pop tart was incredible but the biscuit was even better. Everyone was super nice. The food was beyond amazing, we got the Korean breakfast and Blackstone eggs Benedict, and the music was so great

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Ruben E.

24 June 2018

Awesome place to eat. Mimosas were good. Food was good. And the salad and potatoes were delicious. We didn't have to wait. Party of 2 and got seated instantly. But it seemed like there were a lot of bigger groups, so if you want to bring a big party expect a wait. More...

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Jacqueline F.

10 June 2018

Great brunch spot. Waited less than 15 minutes for a table on a Sunday morning. Super cute inside and the food is delicious. They have a great list of cocktails as well as beer on tap. If you haven't tried their homemade pop tart, you're missing out! More...

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Julia Knight

6 June 2018

Delicious Saturday breakfast!

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Julie Corbett

6 June 2018

One of my top 5 Portland brunch picks.

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Janet Taylor

6 June 2018

wonderful place.

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William Ginsler

6 June 2018

Had an amazing brunch! It reallyblew me away. Fantastic Bloody Mary, roast pork was fantastic, solid collard greens and biscuits with jalapeño - honey butter! The croquet madame was also excellent. Would definitely come back. Yum! More...

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Jennifer Handley

6 June 2018

Great huevos rancheros & the house carrot- habanero sauce makes them even better.

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Penny FitzMaurice

6 June 2018

Bad Habit Room is a great space for special events. Very easy to work with and great food/drink selection.

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Krystal Foster

6 June 2018

I wanted to find a fun new place to take some out of town visitors. I'm glad we decided to try the Bad Habit Room. Not only did it surpass my expectations, but my guests from Chicago were also very happy with everything. I will for sure be adding this place to my list of acceptable weekend brunch places.This place is a bit on the small side so it may be a bummer if it becomes super popular. I can just imagine the wait time would be awful. Luckily we didn't have to wait at all for a table even though we had a party of five.I'm not really a fan of sweets or I would have ordered the house made pop-tart. I ended up ordering the Spinach Benedict and damn was it good! They seem to serve poached eggs with almost every breakfast option, this being great news to me as I LOVE poached eggs! I often find myself judging an establishment based on how well they can poach an egg. It never fails to break my heart when I bust open a poached egg and nothing oozes out. I can proudly say my poached eggs at the Bad Habit Room did not disappoint; they were perfectly poached. The spinach, egg, and hollandaise sauce were on top of what they called "beer bread". I's never had beer bread before, but it was fantastic for soaking up delicious hollandaise and egg yolk. My meal also came with breakfast potatoes and greens. The greens being a side salad that was actually much tastier than I was expecting. I couldn't help but notice the selection of tasty brunch adult beverages. Next time I find myself here I will absolutely be sampling their bloody mary. This morning I just had a coffee as I was with the in-laws and it was not an alcoholic kind of brunch outing. More...

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Jean-Raphaël Poulin

6 June 2018

Great food, great staff and great ambiance. Try the pop-tart of the day!

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Marty Simpson

6 June 2018

The food was delicious and the portion control was perfect (not too much, not too little). The cocktail I had could've been better, but the food was spot on!

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Aida A.

3 May 2018

Love this small brunch place!! Food and service is great!! Give it a try. The food is not too expensive and it's very fast. No wait!

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Iliana R.

26 April 2018

Place was delicious, and friendly staff. Wait was a bit long but server went to grab us next door when our table was up.

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Dave C.

26 April 2018

Really great coffee, fresh squeezed OJ, amazing food and wonderful service. This was one of my favorite brunch spots whilst visiting Portland. Please stop in to this quaint little place, you will not be disappointed. More...

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Kodi T.

21 April 2018

Call me BASIC (Actually what I ordered) but the limited veggie options led me to the usual potatoes and eggs. It was flavorful and delicious m. Despite being slow though, the service was sub par. A cute artisan brunch spot, hard to find in Portland More...

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Nga Huynh

15 April 2018

The chorizo hash was very tasty. Their biscuits are great and even better with the butter and jam. Also tried the Southern Breakfast which was good. Small space so there will probably be a wait but you could wait next door at the coffee shop. More...

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Daniella Larrazabal

14 April 2018

Honestly I only have good things to say about this place. The food is amazing, the service is incredible and it just have a chill vibe that makes you really enjoy your brunch. I recommend the smoked trout hash, it is really tasty and they always have fresh homemade pop tarts to die for if you want to indulge a bit. More...

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Steven S.

31 March 2018

In from Phoenix for our honeymoon. Love the age of the building and vibe. So much character. Had the corned beef hash. Delicious. Tried the Bloody Mary and the Vanderbilt Marie. Both great. Not too salty. More...

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Alicia C.

18 March 2018

I don't write a ton of reviews, but our visit to the Bad Habit Room warranted one. First off, the food is incredible. They accommodated my gluten-free request and made me the Eggs Blackstone over potatoes. Everything about the dish was amazing. The bacon was perfectly cooked, the tomato jam was tasty, and the hollandaise was 10/10. We each got a bloody mary, one with regular vodka and one with the garlic habanero-infused vodka, and they both were SO GOOD. Come here if you're willing to wait a bit to enjoy a spectacular brunch! We waited ~20 minutes and it was more than worth it. More...

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Tim M.

6 March 2018

Great food, fun location, and lively, beautiful interior. I had the smoked trout hash for brunch - it was a true 5 star meal. Only thing holding this place back was the service. Service wasn't terrible or anything, just average - a bit inattentive and delayed. Would certainly recommend this place and will go back again. More...

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Brian Lindholme

5 March 2018

This place is so cool. Great staff and terrific food. Come EARLY since there isn't a lot of room. And they are only open Sat and Sun.
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Erin K.

27 February 2018

Absolutely loved this place! We tried a couple downtown locations for brunch on Sunday and every one was a 40-60 min wait for a party of 2. We went out of downtown and found the Bad Habit Room. I'm in love with everything about this place! We were sat immediately as well!The room is small and intimate, but super trendy. I would love to go back for drinks or dinner to catch it in the evening. We had the homemade pop tart which blows any toaster strudel out of the water! It was delicious! We had the eggs benny and southern breakfast. All of the flavors were on point. We left incredibly satisfied! Skip the downtown rush and come here instead! More...

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Wally M.

24 February 2018

This place would have 5 stars...except...I came here a couple of weeks back. It was busy and I am more than willing to wait. My problem? The hostess. She was rude and short. I wanted to still try it so I am back. Guess what?  Same rude hostess. If the owners read this maybe talk to her about her attitude. OK. On to the reason I am here...Margo got the southern breakfast. Wow! Look out Alabama cause this was perfect. Poached eggs, biscuit, collard greens and the pulled pork =southern charm in the PDX. I went way outside my comfort zone and had the Korean plate. Oh. Hell. Yes. Kimchi for breakfast works. The pork was tender and loaded with flavor. All this brought to us by Kimball. His service was above and beyond. Now if I can forget about that hostess.... More...

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Daron E.

19 February 2018

The food was delicious. The pop tarts are a must. Great Bloody Mary. I had the smoked trout hash and would order it again in a heart beat, which is saying a lot for someone who normally eats a lot of pork or chicken with breakfast. Our server was nice and very attentive. The only reason I'm not giving 5 stars is because one employee who barely smiled the entire time we were there. The door to the restaurant wouldn't always close completely and every time she would come and slam it shit with a scowl on her face. She also got pretty impatient when she offered to handle our bill, and we were explaining how to split. Which was only to put my meal on my card and my friends (a married couple on the other). Not too difficult. Instead we quickly got "I'll just let your server handle it" before we could finish the statement and a some attitude behind the comment. These kind of things leave an impression. Maybe she was having a bad day but I also work in the service industry and that attitude isn't necessary. Otherwise the other employees were very nice and no other complaints. I would recommend it and go back again. More...

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Anthony E.

18 February 2018

We came here and there was a wait which wasn't bad at all because they would refer you to hang out at Red E Cafe just around the corner (same owner). We had coffee and enjoyed a game of chess just before our table was ready. Dining area was intimate and cozy with a good vibe to boot. Breakfast was delicious and the homemade pop tart is a must for the sweet tooth in you.  I was curious about the bbq smoker out front and our waitress mentioned it was for the restaurant next door which was also the same company that runs Red E and Bad Habit. Talk about running this corner. They got a pretty slick operation going on and the community loves it. More...

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Elizabeth L.

6 February 2018

I love this warm &  welcoming place. Small but well worth the wait. I love the food. Very down home fresh food. Poached eggs are their thing and they are good at it!  I wouldn't miss the pop tarts- fresh and all this food is homemade! More...

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Jennifer T.

26 January 2018

Leave me alone. Go away. Do not eat here. Do not tell your friends. Do not post your food porn.Nothing to see here. Move along.

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Dan Rhein

21 January 2018

Bad habit is so good. Don't want everyone know because the line to get in will be unreal. Please don't post this opinion.

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N D.

21 January 2018

Man, I love this place! Excellent and consistent food, at a reasonable price; delicious and expansive drink menu; friendly and fast service; cozy space. What's not to love?

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Sandie L.

6 January 2018

Oh yeessss! I love the decor of this restaurant.  It feels warm and cozy as if you were dining in a friend's living room.  Wonderful lighting fixtures, wood giving your eye much to take in!My first visit was with a friend for brunch while we were headed out of Portland.  Their homemade donuts were amazing!  Definitely a must with each visit.  I also loved the friendly helpful staff here. They accommodated my dietary needs with making a hash with no egg or meat.  The neighborhood is warm and inviting.  Lots of street parking. More...

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Andleeb Dombrowski

30 December 2017

Delicious! The drinks, pop tarts & hash were all excellent! Service was stellar as well. Oh be sure to try out the jalapeño honey butter- seriously, everything was divine.

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Justine A.

5 December 2017

California Native here. Wow, what a great Breakfast / Brunch place. Hidden Gem FOR SURE. I really loved the food here and so did my girlfriends. We were on the hunt for a cute Brunch spot to take pictures and have really good food and this is the place for that exactly! I got the the two eggs (scrambled), greens, biscuit , potatoes and added bacon. Simple food , but yet my favorite meal during my stay in Portland. My girlfriends ordered the Korean Breakfast and Croquette Madame. Both delicious as well. Great for Cocktails& very decent prices. Welcoming , helpful and friendly staff. Will most definitely recommend this place in the future to others who explore Portland, Or. The only bad thing I can say is that they run out of food fast, so get here asap! I wanted to try their pop tart and French Brioche (French toast) but what does that tell you?! ITS DELICIOUS! More...

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Casie T.

26 November 2017

Eggs blackstone...to diiiiiie for. Tomato truffle jam completes this dish. It was amazing!

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chris mccraw

20 November 2017

a cute little event space. Want a private bar? This is a great spot for up to 50 or so folks for an evening!

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Kelsey Launchbury

14 November 2017

I rented out the Bad Habit Room for my rehearsal dinner. The space was really cool, the food was great, the service was excellent, and everything went as planned. Mickey was so easy to work with and was swift to respond to my many emails leading up to the event. I have nothing but pleasant things to say about my experience! More...

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Josh F.

7 November 2017

My son and I were excited to have some son and dad time. In my hunt for a new breakfast spot for us I found the Bad Habit Room. When we arrived we were greeted immediately and seat after they were able to get the table cleaned.Once we were seated and had our drinks I asked what they were known for and they said the blackstone Benedict and the corned beef hash. Because when I saw the blackstone on the menu pictures I ordered that and initially ordered my son the original. After we placed our order ten minutes or so had passed and my son decided to change his mind and wanted the French toast. They told me no problem and changed it and my son was super happy. The blackstone was the best eggs Benedict rendition I have ever had. The salad that comes with it has an amazing champagne vinaigrette. I was blown away with both of them. The potatoes weren't anything special hence the 4 stars. My sons brioche French toast was awesome and the bacon was ridiculous. We will back for sure. Oh btw they have a carrot habernero hot sauce that was perfectly balanced and amazing. More...

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Dawn R.

14 October 2017

I had a birthday party here and it worked out perfectly.  They made it so easy to make arrangements,  including extra parking (which is necessary in that neighborhood), and were friendly and professional all the way through.  I am not much of a party planner and they took the stress out of it.   The room has a really cool vintage old-Portland feel and the food is Fantastic!  I'll definitely be heading back there for Sunday brunch. More...

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Amanda K.

12 October 2017

I have forgotten to review this place, and shame on me for that. What a SUPERB hidden gem in North Portland. All the old fixtures, cozy wood furnishings....charming and smacks of "Old Portland".Go early to snag a seat for brunch, and stay for the homemade pop tarts and mimosas served in vintage Hamm's beer goblets. Yes, goblets. Pop tarts were true to the name, and delicate and flakey. The variety served on the weekend we went was a delicious and bright apricot cream cheese. Dank. Also, this place is a fabulous prelude to day-drinking at the Florida Room! More...

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Nathan G.

15 August 2017

Awesome place for brunch wait wasn't bad def recommend going on Saturday they were out of a few things when we got there on a Sunday. Def going back

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Brandon Jepson

12 August 2017

Today was my first time eating at the Bad Habit Room. We have a couple of friends that come eat here every Sunday and always tell us how great it is and how we need to check it out, so we finally took them up on it.

If there's one reason to try this place it would be the special-made Pop Tarts. The flavors change regularly and today's flavor was lemon curd, and it was delicious. The crust was very fine quality and an integral part of the experience. It was my favorite thing I tried.

I ordered the Korean Breakfast, which came with Korean BBQ pork, sticky rice, kimchi and poached eggs, although I requested scrambled because its the only I eat them. It was very good. My friends ordered different items which I did not try, but they looked beautiful. I've already mentioned that they adore this place, so I trust they tasted just as great as they looked.

Brunch is only available on weekends from 9am to 2pm. I'm not sure what they do on the other days, but I think it's an event space.
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Zac I.

9 August 2017

A convenient location off Killingsworth in North Portland (just east of i-5) with a sparkling menu, very good biscuits and a creative breakfast menu. The pop tarts do sometimes run out. The staff are very professional and courteous if not truly personal or friendly (who wants to be friendly to an older couple with a 10-year-old channeling Tyrion Lannister?). We have been twice and had the home-made pop tarts on the second visit. A nice cozy space and a bit sceney, but great for a breakfast date (or breakfast AFTER a date). More...

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Carrie H.

3 July 2017

We are lucky cause our Airbnb is really close so we walked here and since we knew it was a popular spot we got here a little after opening. It looks and feels like a swanky speak-easy. If it want you can rent it as a venue too. We sat at the bar and enjoyed conversation with the bartenders. I had a bloody Mary to start my morning, but if I wouldn't have stuffed myself with the yummy food then I would have had one of their giant mimosas. It was a nice spicy and decorated well with celery, olive, okra and something else (check my pic). We began with a pop tart. It was flaky and warm. It had a good amount of icing, but I can always use more. Next up are our main courses. We doubled up on poached eggs as they are our fav way to eat eggs. We had the spinach which is two eggs, spinach, Hollandaise sauce with a lovely salad and yummy crispy potatoes. The fav was the house smoked trout, root vegetables, sweet onions and potatoes again, but a delicious biscuit. They have jam to smother on it. More...

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D C.

1 July 2017

Very nice atmosphere with good Breakfast and brunch treats to start the day. I'm from  Vancouver,B.C., and love food. Good flavours with outside BBQ Smoker. Definitely coming back next time out this way. Bon Appetite‼ More...

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Troy F.

11 June 2017

One of our Sunday Morning breakfast adventures. And we ended up here.. loved it. Great atmosphere, amazing food, definitely recommend. And definitely have to try their pop tart..... cream cheese apricot. More...

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Paula K.

11 June 2017

sososososososososososo good!  pop tart, eggs Blackstone, shaved ham Benedict and hash.  mimosa, bloody mary.  EVERYTHING was amazing and delicious.  Not even a long wait.  Our server was attentive and sweet.  Highly recommended! More...

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Dustin Harris

6 June 2017

Always great food (try a Pop-tart of the day!) and awesome service. Even better if you are a Packers fan

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Victoria P.

6 June 2017

My friend and I brunched here on my last day in Portland. We looked at the waitress, and my friend said we were going to order the same thing. The waitress immediately knew we wanted the Eggs Blackstone. It's an eggs benedict with a bacon and truffle jam. My friend told me to put the jam on the table underneath the homemade biscuit... oh man it was delicious! I'm glad it came with a salad just so then I can say I also got something healthy.The place is intimate with a speakeasy feel. And the staff were super friendly, and we got our food fast. If someone asked me to describe Portland, I'd tell them to eat at the Bad Habit Room. The food and the ambiance was a good summary of my short time in Portland. More...

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Faye Comer

6 June 2017

Raspberry cream cheese poptart...Yum. Flaky deliciousness. Croque Madame...really good. They have a nice hot sauce on the table too. Bloody Mary, with a saffron egg.

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Kevin Graybeal

6 June 2017

Amazing Raspberry Cream Cheese poptart. Solid mimosas. Got a seat at the bar, no wait.

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Steve Carson

6 June 2017

Fresh food in a friendly environment

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Brook Shelley

6 June 2017

Had a delicious brunch here with great coffee.

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George Watson

6 June 2017

Some really great dishes and they box up leftovers for you to take home. Long narrow room. Good for smaller sized groups.

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Erika Stanley

6 June 2017

Great food and drink, beautiful venue and love the staff.

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Jonathan Lin

6 June 2017

Killer brunch, just around the corner from Saraveza. If you see corned beef on the menu, get it!

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Allison Rusgo

6 June 2017

Great brunch

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Kyrsten S.

30 April 2017

So friendly. So yum. Great Bloody Marys, benedicts, home made pop tarts, & more. Not sure what else to say, but Yelp wants me to make more words in order for this post to be published :)

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Christopher R.

4 March 2017

Wow. I am hesitant to review this place as it is already hard to get in but our brunch was fantastic. The attention to detail of every ingredient made for spectacular food. My family loved the Blackstone and the shaved ham bemedicts and I found my new favorite corned beef hash. The root vegetables were all cooked perfectly, almost like individually and then combined with a glaze and the smokiest brined beef ever. All four of us felt the poached eggs were perfect, which shows you how much we enjoyed this meal. Who ever thinks about poached eggs? Anyway, you won't be disappointed. The only negative was the chairs....they were not comfortable. I assumed they use small folding chairs because they need to move them out and store them when they have private events. Try to get a banquet booth seat. But I would sit on hot coals to get a brunch this good. More...

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Sara Y.

12 February 2017

This place is spectacular. Amazing drinks, amazing brunch, and truly great service. I am so happy that I found my new Sunday morning tradition!!! Go Bears!

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A L.

11 February 2017

Great service and hearty entrees. A friend and I shared the corned beef hash and the smoked trout hash. The root veggies they used were phenomenal, the scramble wasn't overly oily, and most importantly... the poached eggs were cooked to *perfection*. The smoked trout had wonderful flavor without being too overpowering and the corned beef was pleasantly juicy. More...

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Laurie N.

31 January 2017

Brought my cousin here for brunch on Saturday and the wait wasn't bad (20 minutes). The waiter was really sweet and recommended the blackstone! If you're as much as an eggs Benedict lover as I am, you'll love it! More...

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Najin K.

6 January 2017

Love love loved the place and the biscuit was awesome.The menu was average but the food was good. I'd come back if the dishes were a little more creative. The poptart looked delicious but a little over priced. More...

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Alena C.

19 December 2016

I met a friend for lunch and was very impressed with their corned beef hash. Very good! The strawberry Jam was amazing as well. Service was attentive with constant coffee refills. More...

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Don N.

5 December 2016

I randomly picked this place because the Yelp reviews were really good and the name drove our curiosity. We got there at 12:45 and waited out front for 25 minutes. The place is really small and was fully packed.  The food was top notch and not too expensive.They make a damn good Bloody Mary too. They load it with a giant olive, a big pepper, and a whole hard boiled egg on a stick and celery.  For an extra $1, get the garlic and hot pepper infused vodka.  I was hoping to have the corned beef, but they ran out.  I had the shaved ham and poached eggs.  Very tasty.Suggest you go early Sunday or on Saturday as they are only open on the weekend and four or five menu items were not available when we sat down.The wait staff was very friendly and helpful.If you want something other than the standard eggs and bacon, give the Bad Habit Room a try. More...

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Pages T.

28 November 2016

Looked busy, but sat right away since it was only two of us.  Small establishment and there is a wait list, but turn around was fairly quick.  Good bloody marys and tequila sunrise.  Menu is small but all the food that came out including ours was spot on.  Hubbie had the corned beef hash and I had a croque madame.  I was glad it came with a side salad with house balsamic.  This was my first croque madame and it was very rich,  The salad cut through the richness and allowed me to finish.  Hubbie said he enjoyed the smokiness of the corned beef. Worth the drive from Wood Village and would make the trip again.  Waitstaff very friendly and in constant motion with water, coffee, etc. More...

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Rylee R.

7 November 2016

LOVE this place. I come here almost every weekend and they knew my order the second time I came in. Very friendly servers and the food is amazing. I highly recommend this brunch spot when in Portland. More...

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Ivan D.

5 November 2016

Amazing brunch place. Delicious food, friendly service. Basically an ideal place for brunch!!!

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Vira P.

31 October 2016

My friend and I brunched here on my last day in Portland.  We looked at the waitress, and my friend said we were going to order the same thing.  The waitress immediately knew we wanted the Eggs Blackstone.  It's an eggs benedict with a bacon and truffle jam.  My friend told me to put the jam on the table underneath the homemade biscuit... oh man it was delicious!  I'm glad it came with a salad just so then I can say I also got something healthy.The place is intimate with a speakeasy feel.  And the staff were super friendly, and we got our food fast.  If someone asked me to describe Portland, I'd tell them to eat at the Bad Habit Room.  The food and the ambiance was a good summary of my short time in Portland. More...

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Kathryn H.

29 October 2016

Everything about this place is perfect. Worth the wait man. I ordered the Korean breakfast and it was honestly the best breakfast/brunch I have ever had. It was spicy, tender, and fresh. The Mondo Mimosa still has me feeling tipsy. If you choose somewhere else for brunch you're wrong. More...

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Liza C.

25 October 2016

I'm not a big bruncher but after eating here maybe I will be? This place was great! Eggs were perfectly poached, hash was perfectly done, eggs Benedict was amazing. Our breakfast here was flawless, and I loved it. We will definitely be coming back! More...

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Cat A.

21 August 2016

I did such a piss poor job with my previous review. But that's cause I was still salivating from all the wonderful memories I had from my corned beef benedict I had from here after my trip back home.Well I need to make up for it. Fortunately, I got my wish and that was to return here for my recent visit to Portland. This was one of the two have to have, just have to come back to restaurants. I absolutely fell in love with it last year and this time around it was just as heavenly!It's practically the most perfect breakfast dish, ever. Every bite still put a smile on my face. Super tasty, veggies were slightly sweet and the quality of the corned beef was exquisite. Yes, corned beef can be exquisite. The egg on top just was like icing on the cake.This time, I was also lucky to get a taste of the pop tart. I was pretty blown away with it cause I had that grocery bought, genetically modified, pure of preservatives breakfast kids treat in mind. But this was nothing like that. This is a very grown up, gourmet version. I liked... a lot lot.I can't quite say this visit trumped the last but that both were equally fantastic and with equally good service. The server was actually the same gal that was there last year and she's just a sweetie.In the end, I was happy that the company I came with all enjoyed the place since all I had done was rave about the dish I had from here. Two of them were locals that had never been to BHR. They both were really impressed and kept saying how delicious their meal was. I guess the spot is a little off the beaten path so it doesn't get the crowd like those other spots. We actually got to walk right in and get seated during the brunch time on the weekend. That's pretty much unheard of at all those other must go brunch spots.Good... I'm glad it's still a little bit of a secret. Bawahahaha All mine. :P More...

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Ronn S.

20 August 2016

Another great Portlandia eatery as the poached eggs and home made hollandaise sauce was delicious. The pickled eggs in my Bloody Mary were a treat. Ronn just Ronn The home in wall food guy More...

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Trey M.

15 August 2016

The Bad Habit Room is really going to get me into a bad habit of going every week. The decor in itself is really infectious, as it felt like I had stepped into a 1930's style bar with the brick wall and chandeliers. Swanky, smoky... Whatever you want to call it, felt like I had stepped back in time. The service was great, and the waitress we had was genuinely really nice and helped us choose what we wanted for brunch. It's always nice when they have personal recommendations on what's good, and hers were really good! As for the food, Smoked Trout Hash.... I'll be dreaming about it for the rest of the week. The fish was perfectly cooked in that it was so moist that you could peel it away with a fork. It was paired perfectly with apple slices, potatoes, and two poached eggs that were delicate and full of flavor. I would also recommend putting on the house hot sauce which was a carrot/ habanero (I think) which adds an extra kick to the dish. The dish also came with a freshly baked biscuit as well. Do yourself a favor and get the mondo mimosa. It's $3 more than the original, but you won't regret it. Comes in a chalice sized glass, but for the price it's more than worth it. All in all, super cool restaurant with great food. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for good brunch in Portland without having to wait 2 hours in line. More...

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Scott E.

16 July 2016

Overall, a really good meal at Bad Habit Room. 6 people, 12 perfectly poached eggs. 4 perfectly cooked Old Fashion Doughnuts (apparently we ordered the first ever ones). 1 really good poptart. Corned beef was excellent, hash was perfect. We got here right at 9, which is opening time, so we were able to sit at one of the larger tables. If we had gotten here any later, though, we may have been waiting 30-40+ minutes (typical Portland).Only critiques would be that rancheros sauce was a bit bland and the hollandaise needed more lemon. Everything else was great, and these are pretty minor gripes. Good service, good people, good atmosphere. We'll be back (especially for some mimosas) More...

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Sarah T.

16 July 2016

We really enjoyed Bad Habit Room for brunch! They have lots of yummy options/versions of Eggs Benedict and the poached eggs were cooked to perfection. The hubby said that their corned beef hash was definitely better than Screendoor's, just a way smaller portion. Speaking of portions; they were a little on the smaller side overall in my opinion considering much they charge. $12 bucks for the corned beef hash and $11 bucks for Spinach Eggs Benedict. Also the in house made orange and cream cheese pop tart was bomb diggity and pretty big! My 5 year old was only able to eat half of it. But that's all right, more leftovers for the parents! Their cream puffs were also tasty and had some sort of custard inside. I think they cost us 4 bucks, can't complain here. The only downer here is that this place is not very family friendly. Only one high chair for the entire restaurant? Lame!! No kids menu? Double lame!! More...

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Heidi Wallenborn

6 June 2016

Hands down, the best place for brunch in the Portland area (IMHO) when I'm in town for a visit. We also rented the room for my daughter's 80s-themed 30th birthday party. It was the perfect place. Number one, it was affordable for our budget -- about one-third the price of everything else we looked at for a group of about 40 people. But it was clean, the platters we chose were amazing, our server Todd was excellent and even helped us out by playing 80s music on their sound system when our Hello Kitty boombox wouldn't work. I love the atmosphere of this place, too. For brunch or a party, the Bad Habit Room is well worth your time and money. More...

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Jessica Morales

6 June 2016

It's a great place for brunch because there is not much of a wait. Their pop tarts are so good and would recommend them!

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tatiana p.

5 June 2016

I'm obsessed with this place. Just went for my first time and everything was amazing. Definitely going to become one of my regular spots. The Bloody Mary with garlic jalapeño vodka was delish, and topped with a pickled egg which I enjoyed. The spinach Benedict is one of the best I've ever had. Their hollandaise was heavenly. Also... The service was amazing! I noticed how welcoming and friendly the staff were as soon as I walked in. They were overly kind. I loved it. Great place! :) More...

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Mary Beth D.

22 May 2016

Delicious, creative flair to beloved classics. Charming decor. Great service. My waitress offered to bring me hot water with lemon as I was losing my voice. Highly recommended!

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Darcy M.

8 May 2016

This place was so delicious for breakfast! Small and intimate, and very quaint.  Homemade poptart was so good!   Wish I lived closer!

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Whitney P.

17 April 2016

Great service, great food!  I had Eggs Blackstone (delicious) my friend had the BLT and said it was great.  The hollandaise sauce had just the right amount of lemon and the fresh greens were nicely lightly tossed in vinaigrette... perfection!  Loved our waitress, great personality. Also appreciate that they leave a carafe of water @ each table   Wish they had more outdoor seating.Oh... and the fresh blueberry compote/spread OMG!!! So good!!!  I wish they sold that stuff by the jar *hint*hint*Can't wait to try some of the other things on the menu. And, hoping they have shrimp & grits as the special again soon.P.S.  If you're brave, try the carrot habenero sauce... it burns in a good way, Mmmmmmm More...

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Leslie C.

10 April 2016

Start with a very good Bloody Mary or morning after beverage. Trout hash with root veggies - amazing! Add in some of carrot habanero sauce to kick it up! The Benedict over greens is high recommend also. Updated 4/10/16 - Poor service waited 30 mins for seat and another 1 hour for food. More...

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Tara R.

7 April 2016

Went here for brunch with a friend from out of town who was craving Eggs Benedict. After searching yelp for a place nearby, we settled on this wonderful gem. We got seated right away and we went on a Saturday mid-morning. I think we were just lucky in our timing. Wait staff was quick and attentive. I had the breakfast burrito sans the tortilla and my friend had an Eggs Benedict (I do not remember which kind). He said it was the best he has had in a really long time. The food was delicious and quick. Plus, this place is priced relatively well for a brunch place in Portland. I would definitely return. More...

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Sheila E.

3 April 2016

What a great find (thanks to Yelp)! I love trying new brunch places and this one delivered. It was actually pretty easy to find and not in an area I expected. *Almost on the corner of N. Michigan and Killingsworth, on the east side of I-5.Met a friend there for brunch on a SAT morning around 10:45, and we were seated right away (how often can you say that about brunch on a weekend in Portland?). The space is pretty small - I'd say seating for about 30 people and two tables outside. The decor is really nice - exposed brick walls, great light fixtures, and a beautiful wood bar in the back.I had read about their signature pop tart on Yelp, so we started with that. Flavor that day was lemon curd, which I was happy about because I love anything lemon. The crust was flaky, the filling was lemony and there was a nice amount of icing on top. It was really delicious - I would highly recommend getting one of those.I ordered the Eggs Blackstone (their take on Eggs Benedict) and my friend got the French Toast Bake. We wanted to split both a savory and sweet dish, so they split our orders on two plates each for us, which I thought was a really nice gesture. It was much easier than us cutting our orders in half and putting them on each others plates.The Eggs Blackstone was delicious. The poached eggs were perfectly cooked, and set atop a toasted slice of beer bread covered with tomato jam, and topped with hollandaise sauce. I normally don't love Eggs Benedict, but this version was outstanding. The hollandaise sauce was slightly spicy which added to the unique flavor of the dish. And I loved the addition of tomato jam... perfect.The French Toast Bake was also amazing. It reminded me of a drier bread pudding. It was filled with blueberries and came with real maple syrup and two slices of perfectly cooked bacon (total of 4 slices, but our order was split). If you are in the mood for a sweet dish, I would highly recommend that. Also, the portions are on the larger size, so come hungry.The service was great, and even though they were fairly busy and I only saw a couple of servers, we never had to wait for a coffee refill, and we didn't have to wait long for our food. Overall, it was just a great brunch experience. I can see why they have so many 5 star reviews on Yelp.I think this is a hidden gem in NE Portland, and if you love brunch as much as I do, you have to check it out. *BTW - they also had a great drink menu, which I will have to partake of when I go back. More...

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Frankie F.

27 February 2016

It's been a while since I wrote a review but this place seriously needs another glowing review:WHAT TO EXPECT:The place is small as with most places in Portland (relative to NY) but their service is phenomenal. Wooden (or possibly vinyl) chairs and tables with a section for communal dining and big parties.As a party of one and an appetite of two I felt compelled to try almost everything on their menu before coming here, but I like to start off humble. The waitress who hosted me was gracious enough to give me a two person table despite no room at the bar and people waiting for parties of three or more. Took my seat and within five minutes an enthusiastic waiter was ready to take my order.Had the eggs Blackstone with a strong and black (coffee and rum concoction). Definitely strong enough for me to have a separate cup of coffee after. The eggs Blackstone was  delicious. Everything from presentation to flavor was on the plate; the eggs were cooked nicely and the hollandaise was light and flavorful enough to send the message succinctly.There's only so many ways you can take a picture of poached eggs. The photo album here matches almost exactly to what you'd expect in the restaurant; no need to reinvent the wheel here.The one thing I really liked was that on the menu itself there's an option to buy the kitchen a beer. I'm a fan of that. In fact, I felt I over-tipped since I'm so used to writing the tip on my cc receipt that I forgot they add the kitchen's beer in already as a gratuity. Hey, at least it's going to a restaurant that deserves it.Two REALLY nitpicky things about it: my eggs were cooked unevenly (like a good live band missed playing a note) and their hours. I would really love going in on a weekday morning and having that kind of breakfast every day for the duration of my stay.THE BOTTOM LINE:If you really like breakfast/brunch/alcohol and don't mind waiting a bit for a spot inside by all means go on in. The quality is quite reasonable for the price and it's worth me going back in tomorrow morning. More...

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Wendy S.

21 February 2016

We were headed to another place for brunch but it was closed and we are now happy it was. We ended up here and were very pleased with the outcome. I had the bloody mary, which was almost a meal on its own!! Very good.  The biscuits are buttery, flaky and homemade. My husband raved about the shrip and grits. Very friendly staff and service was top notch.  Will be adding this to our brunch rotation. More...

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Lloyd W.

30 January 2016

Well appointed, small space - this private event room is only open for brunch on the weekends.Menu is small, but well-rounded. Most egg dishes are accompanied by a perfectly dressed pile of field greens which i have come to enjoy with breakfast. My spinach Benedict was quite good although the hollandaise was missing that nice lemon bite the spinach needed. The biscuit is was served on was substantial and overall the plate was perfectly proportioned...unlike the popular gut-bomb quantites so often seen. My dining companion was enjoying the Croque Madame which was very tasty with its shaved ham, swiss and bechamel.We split a house made pop-tart which ill fall into line with other reviewers and go nuts for. The flavor (which changes) was "s'more" today and really a delicious treat.Final word is bacon - this is what pushed this to a 4 star rating. 3 strips in the side, but OMG what wondrous salty deliciousness. They said it was Carlton Farms which would make sense, so glad i got it. More...

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Ioana O.

24 January 2016

Love, love, loved every bite full of the corn-beef hash. Came here on a Sunday at noon and the service was prompt and excellent. The food delicious, and the noise level quiet enough to be able to carry on a conversation. More...

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Micah Carrick

6 June 2014

Good brunch and bloody mary without a long wait.

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Jamila

1 July 2013

If you're having a small reception, this is a venue that is cozy but full of charm. Styled to look like a 1920s speakeasy, this spot is perfect for brides who love vintage decor and have an intimate group. We sat 27 comfortably. Beautiful old wood tables, a large upholstered bench seat, lovely chandeliers and wall sconces - you don't have to do much in the way of decorating to make it beautiful.

The private bar serves a variety of beers, wine and soft drinks for non drinkers. They also do special requests for champagne/prosecco, sangria and more. You can work with them for catering, but if you do outside catering as I did, it's a great idea to combine their bar service with outside catering for the best deal. (Note: There is a small prep kitchen behind the bar that can be rented for the caterer to use - it's worth the extra fee to keep the main room clear.) The bartender on staff was prompt, courteous and was also helpful with questions about the venue space as well.

They also have A/V and ipod/ipad hookup so you can have your own music and even a projector should you need that. The sound system is great - we definitely didn't need a DJ.

Mickey, the venue coordinator, was great to work with and wonderful helping me and my fiance with coordinating the caterer and organizing the space. Always very prompt with email and phone communication. They were also very flexible working with us for the setup on the day of the wedding. They've only just begun booking the spot since its renovation and I hope they see more weddings and receptions here.

So if you're looking for something that's unique and packs a wow factor for your budget - The Bad Habit Room is worth checking out.
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