One side of remodeling that we didn't really take into consideration is how many of our meals we'd have to eat out of the house. Obviously, with no stove, sink, counters, anything, we couldn't really make meals at home. My mom has dropped off some food, and Josh's mom drove up to Portland recently and dropped off a homemade pie and smoked ribs. Yum! But really, about 90% of our meals are eaten at restaurants these days. Thankfully, Portland has no shortage of restaurants and food carts, most of which locally source their produce, meats, and cheeses. Yay for living in a hippie town!
The Waffle Window is exactly what it sounds like: A little walk up window that sells only waffles. Oh, but those waffles are topped with anything you could ever want!
On our most recent trip to Waffle Window, we ordered:
The Whole Farm (tons of veggies, herbed chevre, bacon, and chives)
Triple B (bacon, brie, basil)
At around $4.50 a waffle, this is such a good alternative to the breakfast menu from a fast food place, don't you think? Add this to your list of reasons why you should move to Portland!
(...a little sneak peak at our kitchen. Just the finishing touches are needing to be done now!)