Tin Shed Garden Cafe

★★★★☆
  • 1438 NE Alberta St

    Portland, OR 97211

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  • 503-288-6966

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Monday To Sunday From 07:00 AM To 10:00 PM

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Lets recap - long lines = Great food = there's' a reason for the wait. Great food! Breakfast is rockin good! Bring the kids and the dog, they have something for rover to.) Portland at its best.

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★★★★★

Lets recap - long lines = Great food = there's' a reason for the wait. Great food! Breakfast is rockin good! Bring the kids and the dog, they have something for rover to.) Portland at its best.

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Long wait, but totally worth it! Best brunch in Portland, great servers, and wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

Long wait, but totally worth it! Best brunch in Portland, great servers, and wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommended!

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AND IT WAS GREAT!!!! The only downside and it hard to complain about, is the cook having facial hair!!!!! His beard was in my food on more than one occasion. Outside of that, this place is pretty damn awesome.

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★★★★★

AND IT WAS GREAT!!!! The only downside and it hard to complain about, is the cook having facial hair!!!!! His beard was in my food on more than one occasion. Outside of that, this place is pretty damn awesome.

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Had lunch there with a friend and absolutely loved the food! I had the banana pancakes and my friend had a grilled tuna sandwich with cheese and capers. Both were SO good! My favorite was the cheesy grits. My only negative comment would

3
★★★★★

Had lunch there with a friend and absolutely loved the food! I had the banana pancakes and my friend had a grilled tuna sandwich with cheese and capers. Both were SO good! My favorite was the cheesy grits. My only negative comment would

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My daughter is one picky eater but she loved the jasmine rice with banana. I had Salmon Hash and it was excellent. I cannot believe that I paid so little for such great food.
We always take our out of town guests to Tin Shed to give them the "Portland' experience. Great place!!

2
★★★★★

My daughter is one picky eater but she loved the jasmine rice with banana. I had Salmon Hash and it was excellent. I cannot believe that I paid so little for such great food.
We always take our out of town guests to Tin Shed to give them the "Portland' experience. Great place!!

Pros: Kids options, custom ordering, vibrant atmosphere

Cons: Waiting for breakfast, but it's worth it!

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If you wake up early and hurry to Tin Shed than your day will start off great. They have a yummy breakfast. My favorite is eggs benny with potato pancakes. If you wake up late than you will be waiting an hour.

2
★★★★★

If you wake up early and hurry to Tin Shed than your day will start off great. They have a yummy breakfast. My favorite is eggs benny with potato pancakes. If you wake up late than you will be waiting an hour.

Pros: good food

Cons: long wait

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The item, Chicken Fajita Casserol, was amazing... just would go there for this one item.
We also ordered Wild Salmon item, which I thought the salmon would be blackened as described, which wasn't the case. But still decent.
The beer selections that they had (had nice local brewery Pale Ale, served in reusable bottles) was good.

2
★★★★☆

The item, Chicken Fajita Casserol, was amazing... just would go there for this one item.
We also ordered Wild Salmon item, which I thought the salmon would be blackened as described, which wasn't the case. But still decent.
The beer selections that they had (had nice local brewery Pale Ale, served in reusable bottles) was good.

Pros: Good food

Cons: Wait time

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My wife typed in great breakfast one saturday morning and Tin Shed popped up numerous times. We thought why not - we live in clackamas. GREAT FOOD.
I also tried it for lunch in the middle of the week with some friends from work. Again, great lunches. All 4 of us had something different and we were all glad we came.

2
★★★★★

My wife typed in great breakfast one saturday morning and Tin Shed popped up numerous times. We thought why not - we live in clackamas. GREAT FOOD.
I also tried it for lunch in the middle of the week with some friends from work. Again, great lunches. All 4 of us had something different and we were all glad we came.

Pros: Great breakfast and lunch

Cons: gets loud inside when full

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I took my friend to Tin Shed for breakfast on a Friday morning. Surprisingly there were a lot of people there, and quite a few waiting. They told us to help ourselves to coffee while we waited, which was nice. Our wait wasn't super long since we opted to sit in the outside dining area (which had heaters above, so it wasn't so bad even though it was just under 60 degrees outside at the time). Food was good, and came out pretty quickly. The prices weren't cheap, but not ridiculous either. I'd come back.

2
★★★★☆

I took my friend to Tin Shed for breakfast on a Friday morning. Surprisingly there were a lot of people there, and quite a few waiting. They told us to help ourselves to coffee while we waited, which was nice. Our wait wasn't super long since we opted to sit in the outside dining area (which had heaters above, so it wasn't so bad even though it was just under 60 degrees outside at the time). Food was good, and came out pretty quickly. The prices weren't cheap, but not ridiculous either. I'd come back.

Pros: Friendly staff, good food, lots of vegetarian options.

Cons: Parking could be an issue at times due to the neighborhood.

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I love eating at the tin shed. We have enjoyed both breakfast and dinner here. I love the covered outdoor heated seating area. They even have blanket to get extra cozy. They make yummy drinks and have good coffee. I love their vegan and vegetarian options. The pesto veggie scramble is my fav!!

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★★★★☆

I love eating at the tin shed. We have enjoyed both breakfast and dinner here. I love the covered outdoor heated seating area. They even have blanket to get extra cozy. They make yummy drinks and have good coffee. I love their vegan and vegetarian options. The pesto veggie scramble is my fav!!

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Food isn't all that, it's just standard American fare. I don't understand why the hipsters and gentrifiers line up for hours to get in. I was told by the tatted and pierced host (who was WAY too cool to be working in the service industry) "you can sit at the bar"...I told him I'd wait for a table and you'd think I'd slapped his grandma. He mumbled something about how busy it would get (hey, buddy, your problem, not mine). I just really hate the crowd and the attitude. You're in a run-down little ghetto part of Portland, which is the most run-down, ghetto little town on the West Coast. Don't try to pretend because the New York Times loves you that you're something. I would rather dumpster-dive than deal with the yuppie and hipster scum that staff and frequent this place.

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★☆☆☆☆

Food isn't all that, it's just standard American fare. I don't understand why the hipsters and gentrifiers line up for hours to get in. I was told by the tatted and pierced host (who was WAY too cool to be working in the service industry) "you can sit at the bar"...I told him I'd wait for a table and you'd think I'd slapped his grandma. He mumbled something about how busy it would get (hey, buddy, your problem, not mine). I just really hate the crowd and the attitude. You're in a run-down little ghetto part of Portland, which is the most run-down, ghetto little town on the West Coast. Don't try to pretend because the New York Times loves you that you're something. I would rather dumpster-dive than deal with the yuppie and hipster scum that staff and frequent this place.

Pros: Standard fare

Cons: Expect snotty service if you're not a hipster

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I can't say enough good things about Tin Shed. This is my most favorite breakfast place (although their dinners are not as memorable or worthy of a trip to North Portland). Still, it is worthy enough to take all of my out-of-town guests here as an example of Portland breakfast at its best.

The waits are long (even on a weekday morning), but the pre-seating coffee (Portland Roasting's special Tin Shed Blend) helps, especially on a chilly day. Speaking of chilly, the outdoor seating area is heated so that a staff-provided blanket is all you'll need to enjoy an alfresco breakfast in January! I always leave with a happy and filled belly. My dogs can come, too!

I just love the special touches like local Aardvark sauce and grits with breakfast. The staff can be a bit punky and standoffish, but they're usually pretty nice and worth a 25% gratuity.

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★★★★★

I can't say enough good things about Tin Shed. This is my most favorite breakfast place (although their dinners are not as memorable or worthy of a trip to North Portland). Still, it is worthy enough to take all of my out-of-town guests here as an example of Portland breakfast at its best.

The waits are long (even on a weekday morning), but the pre-seating coffee (Portland Roasting's special Tin Shed Blend) helps, especially on a chilly day. Speaking of chilly, the outdoor seating area is heated so that a staff-provided blanket is all you'll need to enjoy an alfresco breakfast in January! I always leave with a happy and filled belly. My dogs can come, too!

I just love the special touches like local Aardvark sauce and grits with breakfast. The staff can be a bit punky and standoffish, but they're usually pretty nice and worth a 25% gratuity.

Pros: BREAKFAST!!! outdoor seating (even in winter), dog-friendly

Cons: long waits... zzzzz

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I've been hearing so many great things about the Tin Shed, sadly I learned non of them, at least in my experience, were true.

I didn't go in expecting the world, I've heard about the long wait but delicious food, but I did go in expecting a nice meal.
I now suspect people rave about the food due to the ridiculously long wait they have prior.

I was in a party of three, and it took us about 25 minutes to be sat, not big deal. Our server brought us water and menus and then disappeared for what seemed like a while. Fine.
After he finally took our order, we literally (they have a clock on the wall) waited for our food for over an hour.
I wasn't too concerned with how long it was taking until I started noticing everyone who had been waiting for their meals also, were finishing theirs. At that point it I realized we'd been waiting for about 50 minutes.
We didn't see our server again until we were almost done with our meal. (Someone else brought us the food.) I'm sure they were busy, but if they are busy like this all the time, you should be able to keep up.

In short, I was highly disappointed that a simple brunch on a monday ended up taking almost 2 1/2 hours to get in and out. And, what's more, the food was not good. It was incredibly greasy and their "homemade biscuits" tasted like they were made from some bisquick mix. If you want below average, fatty breakfast food I recommend a Denny's... and at least it's faster and cheaper.

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★★☆☆☆

I've been hearing so many great things about the Tin Shed, sadly I learned non of them, at least in my experience, were true.

I didn't go in expecting the world, I've heard about the long wait but delicious food, but I did go in expecting a nice meal.
I now suspect people rave about the food due to the ridiculously long wait they have prior.

I was in a party of three, and it took us about 25 minutes to be sat, not big deal. Our server brought us water and menus and then disappeared for what seemed like a while. Fine.
After he finally took our order, we literally (they have a clock on the wall) waited for our food for over an hour.
I wasn't too concerned with how long it was taking until I started noticing everyone who had been waiting for their meals also, were finishing theirs. At that point it I realized we'd been waiting for about 50 minutes.
We didn't see our server again until we were almost done with our meal. (Someone else brought us the food.) I'm sure they were busy, but if they are busy like this all the time, you should be able to keep up.

In short, I was highly disappointed that a simple brunch on a monday ended up taking almost 2 1/2 hours to get in and out. And, what's more, the food was not good. It was incredibly greasy and their "homemade biscuits" tasted like they were made from some bisquick mix. If you want below average, fatty breakfast food I recommend a Denny's... and at least it's faster and cheaper.

Pros: ...?

Cons: Incredibly long wait, inattentive waitstaff, greasy food

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I love this place. I've been time and time again for both breakfast and dinner and I'm always thrilled with both. My favorite thing to get during lunch/dinner hours would have to be the Fungus Among Us sandwich. It's amazing. Mushrooms, avocado, pepperjack cheese and an amzing chipotle aoli, I wish I could duplicate it at home but alas, nothing turns out as good as the Tin Shed's version. Breakfast is amazing too, though I'd recomend opting for the potato pancakes instead of the grits. They have a pesto scramble that's fantastic, as well as the "Everything Naughty" plate. Sooooo good! The servers are always friendly, maybe all the bad reviews are from people who are none too pleasant themselves. Rudeness tends to bring out rudeness. Writing this review is making me want to head over there for lunch today! Oh, also Sunday is great, they have a happy hour that goes from 3 till close with tasty drinks and happy hour food!

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★★★★★

I love this place. I've been time and time again for both breakfast and dinner and I'm always thrilled with both. My favorite thing to get during lunch/dinner hours would have to be the Fungus Among Us sandwich. It's amazing. Mushrooms, avocado, pepperjack cheese and an amzing chipotle aoli, I wish I could duplicate it at home but alas, nothing turns out as good as the Tin Shed's version. Breakfast is amazing too, though I'd recomend opting for the potato pancakes instead of the grits. They have a pesto scramble that's fantastic, as well as the "Everything Naughty" plate. Sooooo good! The servers are always friendly, maybe all the bad reviews are from people who are none too pleasant themselves. Rudeness tends to bring out rudeness. Writing this review is making me want to head over there for lunch today! Oh, also Sunday is great, they have a happy hour that goes from 3 till close with tasty drinks and happy hour food!

Pros: Delicious innovative food!

Cons: Longish wait for breakfast.

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So, my friend and I decided to go to the Tin Shed for breakfast on something of a whim, knowing beforehand the wait would be long. We signed in on the list, helped ourselves to coffee and set up to wait. The host was really friendly, ballparked our wait at about an hour. Luckily, he had something for us after about 45 minutes. We ordered pretty quickly, but still had to wait about a half hour for our food to come out, which isn't all that surprising if you've ever seen the size of their kitchen (small kitchen + large-ish dining area= wait). I had the "roll over" with rosemary gravy...awesome! Very savory and tasty. Self serve water and coffee=brilliant idea! Imagine how stressed those servers would be trying to do all their work WHILE refilling things themselves. Good place, people who complain about the wait should maybe consider that seeing a long line of people waiting to get in somewhere is what makes them want to go in the firstplace...

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★★★★☆

So, my friend and I decided to go to the Tin Shed for breakfast on something of a whim, knowing beforehand the wait would be long. We signed in on the list, helped ourselves to coffee and set up to wait. The host was really friendly, ballparked our wait at about an hour. Luckily, he had something for us after about 45 minutes. We ordered pretty quickly, but still had to wait about a half hour for our food to come out, which isn't all that surprising if you've ever seen the size of their kitchen (small kitchen + large-ish dining area= wait). I had the "roll over" with rosemary gravy...awesome! Very savory and tasty. Self serve water and coffee=brilliant idea! Imagine how stressed those servers would be trying to do all their work WHILE refilling things themselves. Good place, people who complain about the wait should maybe consider that seeing a long line of people waiting to get in somewhere is what makes them want to go in the firstplace...

Pros: Nice people, fun atmosphere, good food

Cons: long waits (& often)

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love this spot for brunch. i didn't realize they were only open for lunch/ brunch on the weekends, which made me sad. but well worth the wait. i get the "good dog" too, and it's the best!

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★★★★☆

love this spot for brunch. i didn't realize they were only open for lunch/ brunch on the weekends, which made me sad. but well worth the wait. i get the "good dog" too, and it's the best!

Pros: great food

Cons: long wait

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despite the wait, this is our favorite spot for brunch. the self-serve coffee and good conversation makes it go by fast. then, the best breakfasts ever! i get the "good dog" , a combo of potatoes, an egg scramble, cheese, peppers, tomatoes, and some sauce that gives it the best flavor,and my boyfriend gets the "benny hill"... their version of eggs benedict. so good!!!

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★★★★☆

despite the wait, this is our favorite spot for brunch. the self-serve coffee and good conversation makes it go by fast. then, the best breakfasts ever! i get the "good dog" , a combo of potatoes, an egg scramble, cheese, peppers, tomatoes, and some sauce that gives it the best flavor,and my boyfriend gets the "benny hill"... their version of eggs benedict. so good!!!

Pros: best selection of tasty plates

Cons: the wait.

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We found this restaurant on City Search and were so impressed with the reviews we drove from Vancouver to try it. We did have to wait 45 minutes on a Sunday morning. However, there is coffee and water available for people to drink while they wait. There are a couple of great shops around there to look at, so it wasn't so bad. Breakfast was delicious. We had the "Everything Naughty." The bacon gravy was to die for. Staff were very nice too. Loved the outdoor seating, wasn't cold at all because of the heaters. Excellent experience overall.

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★★★★★

We found this restaurant on City Search and were so impressed with the reviews we drove from Vancouver to try it. We did have to wait 45 minutes on a Sunday morning. However, there is coffee and water available for people to drink while they wait. There are a couple of great shops around there to look at, so it wasn't so bad. Breakfast was delicious. We had the "Everything Naughty." The bacon gravy was to die for. Staff were very nice too. Loved the outdoor seating, wasn't cold at all because of the heaters. Excellent experience overall.

Pros: Best breakfast around!

Cons: Long wait

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I have been to Tin Shed several weekends in a row now because their breakfast is amazing! If going on a weekend, you should get there before 9am or else it gets really crowded and you will have to wait. Their eggs benedict has a little bit of paprika on top, mmmm. There food is fresh, the service is wonderful, the ambiance is cute and homey...they provide coffee and tea as you wait, and if you are hungry and decide to eat on their patio in the cold, they provide blankets. Delicious and amazing every time I go!

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★★★★★

I have been to Tin Shed several weekends in a row now because their breakfast is amazing! If going on a weekend, you should get there before 9am or else it gets really crowded and you will have to wait. Their eggs benedict has a little bit of paprika on top, mmmm. There food is fresh, the service is wonderful, the ambiance is cute and homey...they provide coffee and tea as you wait, and if you are hungry and decide to eat on their patio in the cold, they provide blankets. Delicious and amazing every time I go!

Pros: Great food, great service

Cons: the wait, if you are impatient

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I was in between the san fran sandwich or the mccobb salad... both looked amazing. I asked my awesome server, Cheney (Chaney? I am sad I don't know how to spell her name), which she would reccommend, and she suggested the san fran with avacado. She said she ate it multiple times a week so I took her word for it and was a very happy camper! AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS!! My friends ate the Heartless Artichoke, the nacho starter, the artichoke dip starter, the Magic Burger, the BB Queen burger and the onion soup. We were all very much full and satisfied and stoked on life after dinner. :) We also got to sit in front of a ROARIN fire which only contributed to the amazingness that is the Tin Shed. :)

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★★★★★

I was in between the san fran sandwich or the mccobb salad... both looked amazing. I asked my awesome server, Cheney (Chaney? I am sad I don't know how to spell her name), which she would reccommend, and she suggested the san fran with avacado. She said she ate it multiple times a week so I took her word for it and was a very happy camper! AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS!! My friends ate the Heartless Artichoke, the nacho starter, the artichoke dip starter, the Magic Burger, the BB Queen burger and the onion soup. We were all very much full and satisfied and stoked on life after dinner. :) We also got to sit in front of a ROARIN fire which only contributed to the amazingness that is the Tin Shed. :)

Pros: Serves Mimosa's all day and night... excellent. :)

Cons: none at all.

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Portland is a town with great breakfast spots - and Tin Shed is among the best. The benefit here is that the good food doesn't stop mid-day, but continues with a full dinner menu. Adding to the scrumptious, fresh food, fun atmosphere, and splendid outside area - is also the considerate service. Tonight, after an indecisive and plan-altering evening with my boyfriend, we landed at Tin Shed still in a state of indecision - which led to us changing tables from outside to inside and then within the inside. We were a restless pair. Taking our behavior in stride was Chaney, a wonderful server who was conscientious of our needs and left no small detail unattended. Even as some of the last customers on what I'm sure was a busy Friday night, we both got the sense that she genuinely wanted to make us happy - and she succeeded.

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★★★★★

Portland is a town with great breakfast spots - and Tin Shed is among the best. The benefit here is that the good food doesn't stop mid-day, but continues with a full dinner menu. Adding to the scrumptious, fresh food, fun atmosphere, and splendid outside area - is also the considerate service. Tonight, after an indecisive and plan-altering evening with my boyfriend, we landed at Tin Shed still in a state of indecision - which led to us changing tables from outside to inside and then within the inside. We were a restless pair. Taking our behavior in stride was Chaney, a wonderful server who was conscientious of our needs and left no small detail unattended. Even as some of the last customers on what I'm sure was a busy Friday night, we both got the sense that she genuinely wanted to make us happy - and she succeeded.

Pros: Excellent Service, Great Outdoor Area, Many Vegetarian/Vegan Options

Cons: Indoor Seating Is Limited, Can Be A Wait

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I love being able to sit outside by a wood fire while eating a tasty well made breakfast. Sitting on Alberta Street waiting for a table to have that breakfast may last longer than the breakfast itself. But if you have the time, grab a cup of coffee and chill

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★★★★☆

I love being able to sit outside by a wood fire while eating a tasty well made breakfast. Sitting on Alberta Street waiting for a table to have that breakfast may last longer than the breakfast itself. But if you have the time, grab a cup of coffee and chill

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The food was excellent! I don't normally order mac & cheese when I go out to eat but it just looked so good. Our server was very amiable and charming.

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★★★★★

The food was excellent! I don't normally order mac & cheese when I go out to eat but it just looked so good. Our server was very amiable and charming.

Pros: food, service, atmosphere

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One of the best places to eat in Portland. Quality organic ingredients. Love the huge fireplace and outdoor patio. Come early for breakfast or you will probably have a wait!

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★★★★☆

One of the best places to eat in Portland. Quality organic ingredients. Love the huge fireplace and outdoor patio. Come early for breakfast or you will probably have a wait!

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I've been there many times, and both myself and my girlfriend agree that the food was better in past years. The coffee is so so. Some items are still good and the atmosphere I've always liked a lot... love the outdoor timberframe structure especially. I usually spend more $ than I'd like when eating breakfast there. I feel they're missing the mark by some small but significant amount--my guess is the kitchen staff turns over too much. I still give it 4 stars in spite of my reservations... give it a try, you might like it a lot, but get there early on weekends! BTW, Helser's just up the street may not have the cool funky vibe, but it has better food, coffee, and prices (esp before 9am).

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★★★★☆

I've been there many times, and both myself and my girlfriend agree that the food was better in past years. The coffee is so so. Some items are still good and the atmosphere I've always liked a lot... love the outdoor timberframe structure especially. I usually spend more $ than I'd like when eating breakfast there. I feel they're missing the mark by some small but significant amount--my guess is the kitchen staff turns over too much. I still give it 4 stars in spite of my reservations... give it a try, you might like it a lot, but get there early on weekends! BTW, Helser's just up the street may not have the cool funky vibe, but it has better food, coffee, and prices (esp before 9am).

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I have been here for breakfast, lunch and dinner, about 5 times total. Each visit was enjoyable and worth the wait. If you read some of my other reviews, you'll find that I don't really like waiting. However, there is something about the Tin Shed that makes it worth it. I even waited over an hour with the kids to be seated on a weekend morning, but the food was so good, I deemed it worthy. Probably helped that the weather was nice. The menu is eclectic. Once we were seated the service is pretty decent. They have a great $2 kids menu all day.

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★★★★★

I have been here for breakfast, lunch and dinner, about 5 times total. Each visit was enjoyable and worth the wait. If you read some of my other reviews, you'll find that I don't really like waiting. However, there is something about the Tin Shed that makes it worth it. I even waited over an hour with the kids to be seated on a weekend morning, but the food was so good, I deemed it worthy. Probably helped that the weather was nice. The menu is eclectic. Once we were seated the service is pretty decent. They have a great $2 kids menu all day.

Pros: good food, kid & dog friendly, reasonable prices, lots of menu options

Cons: long wait to be seated

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I had heard great things about the Tin Shed. My friend and I, who both work in food service, like to try different breakfast places and also look for places with healthier fair. I was very disappointed in the Tin Shed.

We arrived at 11am on a Sunday, signed on the list to wait and proceeded to wait for an hour and fifteen minutes. Not shocking as most of the best breakfast places in town have a waiting list, especially on the weekends. We were seated and greeted rather promptly by our server who said hi and then pointed out where we could get our own beverages just like that, no fanfare or real warmth. We ordered within 10 minutes was helpful with our food choices.

We then waited for 35 minutes for our food to be delivered to our table by another server. The first thing that I noticed on my entree was the wilted dill garnish. Not only was it wilted but it almost had turned to liquid. My food was VERY hot, indicating to me that my food had sat in the window so long my garnish melted. My friends food as well as my own LOOKED good but was not flavorful. My salmon scramble was bland and the egg whites seemed as if they had come from a box. My friend had a breakfast burrito that was almost uneatable and the onions seemed as if they came pre-diced from a bag. The potato cakes were good. Really the best thing on the plate! Also, I ordered wheat toast rather than the buttermilk biscuit that is offered and it was actually pre-sliced bread you would buy from the store! I would assume that a place that is charging $10 for breakfast could bake or bring in fresh loaves of artisan bread!

While clearing the table next to ours the server dropped a dirty butter knife on my back and didn't even acknowledge he had done it. Only brought me a wet napkin. Serving 101 states you should make sure the cutlery is secure before removing plates to avoid such mishaps!

Never did ANYONE apologize for the wait for seating or the length of time it took for food! Never will I return!

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I had heard great things about the Tin Shed. My friend and I, who both work in food service, like to try different breakfast places and also look for places with healthier fair. I was very disappointed in the Tin Shed.

We arrived at 11am on a Sunday, signed on the list to wait and proceeded to wait for an hour and fifteen minutes. Not shocking as most of the best breakfast places in town have a waiting list, especially on the weekends. We were seated and greeted rather promptly by our server who said hi and then pointed out where we could get our own beverages just like that, no fanfare or real warmth. We ordered within 10 minutes was helpful with our food choices.

We then waited for 35 minutes for our food to be delivered to our table by another server. The first thing that I noticed on my entree was the wilted dill garnish. Not only was it wilted but it almost had turned to liquid. My food was VERY hot, indicating to me that my food had sat in the window so long my garnish melted. My friends food as well as my own LOOKED good but was not flavorful. My salmon scramble was bland and the egg whites seemed as if they had come from a box. My friend had a breakfast burrito that was almost uneatable and the onions seemed as if they came pre-diced from a bag. The potato cakes were good. Really the best thing on the plate! Also, I ordered wheat toast rather than the buttermilk biscuit that is offered and it was actually pre-sliced bread you would buy from the store! I would assume that a place that is charging $10 for breakfast could bake or bring in fresh loaves of artisan bread!

While clearing the table next to ours the server dropped a dirty butter knife on my back and didn't even acknowledge he had done it. Only brought me a wet napkin. Serving 101 states you should make sure the cutlery is secure before removing plates to avoid such mishaps!

Never did ANYONE apologize for the wait for seating or the length of time it took for food! Never will I return!

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I really like the setting at the Tin Shed. You can sit outside in the Garden area which is really relaxing and pleasant or grab a seat inside. The vibe here is always great and the service is very friendly. I always enjoy a nice cup of coffee while I wait with friends. The food is different than any other place. It's unique and very well worth the wait.

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★★★★★

I really like the setting at the Tin Shed. You can sit outside in the Garden area which is really relaxing and pleasant or grab a seat inside. The vibe here is always great and the service is very friendly. I always enjoy a nice cup of coffee while I wait with friends. The food is different than any other place. It's unique and very well worth the wait.

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I loved the atmosphere and the food. Service was nice and loved being in the garden. They handled the Saturday AM brunch wait excellently. The wait was shorter than I anticipated, and I had a great time.

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★★★★☆

I loved the atmosphere and the food. Service was nice and loved being in the garden. They handled the Saturday AM brunch wait excellently. The wait was shorter than I anticipated, and I had a great time.

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Went to the tin shed today for breakfast and had a great time. We had been here a couple of times before with adequate results but this time was the best. Don't get me wrong though, the food is always good. You know you can order something one time and come back two months later and it will taste just as delicious. I say adequate because the servers are usually...well...not bad by any means but they're just there. You know, they just go through the motions, take your order and don't come back until it's time to pay. Today, however, our server (the one with the cupcake tattoo!!!) made us feel like we were having fun. She wasn't overbearing but the few moments she spent with us left us laughing and feeling right at home. She recommended the Lay Down, which is the Tin Shed's version of Huevos Rancheros. Man alive was it delicious! Just right if you're looking for that not too heavy brekfast. My friend had the vegan How Latin which was also just as good.
If you want to have all things good that make up classic breakfasts go to the Tin Shed!

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★★★★★

Went to the tin shed today for breakfast and had a great time. We had been here a couple of times before with adequate results but this time was the best. Don't get me wrong though, the food is always good. You know you can order something one time and come back two months later and it will taste just as delicious. I say adequate because the servers are usually...well...not bad by any means but they're just there. You know, they just go through the motions, take your order and don't come back until it's time to pay. Today, however, our server (the one with the cupcake tattoo!!!) made us feel like we were having fun. She wasn't overbearing but the few moments she spent with us left us laughing and feeling right at home. She recommended the Lay Down, which is the Tin Shed's version of Huevos Rancheros. Man alive was it delicious! Just right if you're looking for that not too heavy brekfast. My friend had the vegan How Latin which was also just as good.
If you want to have all things good that make up classic breakfasts go to the Tin Shed!

Pros: self-serve coffee, bacon, lots of vegan options

Cons: sometimes a long wait

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I've been to the tin shed a few times- mostly with friends at their suggestion. Everytime I go, I have poor experiences. Every server I've met there has been rude, unattentative and seemed irritated to be working there. This last time I went I not only had to ask for my check after 20min of waiting, I had to eventually, after another 10min of no check, follow her to the cash register to hand her my card as she never brought my check to my table. After all of this- she overcharged me! She charged my partner and I for meals we never ordered! And, the coffee was full of grounds! argh!
I am disgusted by their fatty greasy food, annoyed with their coffee full of grounds, and completely irate about their bad service.
I do not recommend tin shed for breakfast! I hope their lunches/dinners taste better and that they have better, more pleasant staff!
Man, oh man...

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★☆☆☆☆

I've been to the tin shed a few times- mostly with friends at their suggestion. Everytime I go, I have poor experiences. Every server I've met there has been rude, unattentative and seemed irritated to be working there. This last time I went I not only had to ask for my check after 20min of waiting, I had to eventually, after another 10min of no check, follow her to the cash register to hand her my card as she never brought my check to my table. After all of this- she overcharged me! She charged my partner and I for meals we never ordered! And, the coffee was full of grounds! argh!
I am disgusted by their fatty greasy food, annoyed with their coffee full of grounds, and completely irate about their bad service.
I do not recommend tin shed for breakfast! I hope their lunches/dinners taste better and that they have better, more pleasant staff!
Man, oh man...

Pros: outdoor seating

Cons: poor service, greasy bad food

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Tin Shed has great food! Their Taco Salad is absolutely delicious w/the blackened chicken and their breakfast is great. The only downside to this place is you always have a long wait, and even if you call your order in for pick up, they tend to make you wait.

2
★★★★★

Tin Shed has great food! Their Taco Salad is absolutely delicious w/the blackened chicken and their breakfast is great. The only downside to this place is you always have a long wait, and even if you call your order in for pick up, they tend to make you wait.

Pros: Great Food, Big Portions

Cons: Sometimes Not So Friendly Servers, Long Wait

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The Tin Shed's breakfast burrito has an ingredient in it that's not listed on the menu -- the sweet, sweet taste of dreams coming true. The food was delicious, there were options to suit both herbivore me and my carnivore boyfriend, the wait staff was friendly in a casual, non-patronizing way, and the wait was no worse than you'd find at any decent-plus restaurant in Portland. Which is to say, I did have to wait 25 minutes for a table. But damn, if that burrito wasn't worth it! I will be heading back soon.

2
★★★★★

The Tin Shed's breakfast burrito has an ingredient in it that's not listed on the menu -- the sweet, sweet taste of dreams coming true. The food was delicious, there were options to suit both herbivore me and my carnivore boyfriend, the wait staff was friendly in a casual, non-patronizing way, and the wait was no worse than you'd find at any decent-plus restaurant in Portland. Which is to say, I did have to wait 25 minutes for a table. But damn, if that burrito wasn't worth it! I will be heading back soon.

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My boyfriend and I frequent the Tin Shed, usually for Sunday breakfast. I love their biscuits and gravy and the fact that there are grits on the menu. My boyfriend is a vegetarian and there are tons of tasty option both for him and me, a dedicated bacon lover. Even I like their house made veggie sausage. I've also eaten there for dinner, which is good, but I feel like breakfast is where they shine. The only downside is the wait on Sundays. Get there early. I think the longest I've waited was 45 minutes.

2
★★★★☆

My boyfriend and I frequent the Tin Shed, usually for Sunday breakfast. I love their biscuits and gravy and the fact that there are grits on the menu. My boyfriend is a vegetarian and there are tons of tasty option both for him and me, a dedicated bacon lover. Even I like their house made veggie sausage. I've also eaten there for dinner, which is good, but I feel like breakfast is where they shine. The only downside is the wait on Sundays. Get there early. I think the longest I've waited was 45 minutes.

Pros: Breakfast, serve yourself coffee, covered patio with a fireplace

Cons: Long waits for breakfast sometimes

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I used to like the Tin Shed. The menu has potential but I got tired of the cooks always screwing something up, and the servers are no help in fixing the situation. The potato pancakes or french toast are usually blackened on at least one side (served burned side down as if I'm not smart enough to figure it out), or my over medium eggs come out over easy. Then when I asked the server to fix my eggs, she said "oh so you want them over hard?" First of all, a server at a breakfast restaurant should know the difference, and secondly, don't argue with the customer! I had to sit there and convince her that there was a way to cook eggs to make the whites cooked but the yolks runny. Also, I ordered a large orange juice and someone else at our table ordered a small and we found that although the glasses are different shapes, they hold the same amount of liquid. What a scam! One time we went and ordered a burger and it came on 2 pieces of white sandwich bread. The server set it down and started to walk away. We stopped him to ask what happened to the bun and he said "oh yeah, we ran out." Okaaayy...thanks for letting us know and giving us the opportunity to change the order. If you go with a group of 4 or more, don't expect everyone's food to come out at the same time. Between the cooks and the servers, this place stinks. Too bad considering the nice atmosphere and the owners' positive involvement in the community.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I used to like the Tin Shed. The menu has potential but I got tired of the cooks always screwing something up, and the servers are no help in fixing the situation. The potato pancakes or french toast are usually blackened on at least one side (served burned side down as if I'm not smart enough to figure it out), or my over medium eggs come out over easy. Then when I asked the server to fix my eggs, she said "oh so you want them over hard?" First of all, a server at a breakfast restaurant should know the difference, and secondly, don't argue with the customer! I had to sit there and convince her that there was a way to cook eggs to make the whites cooked but the yolks runny. Also, I ordered a large orange juice and someone else at our table ordered a small and we found that although the glasses are different shapes, they hold the same amount of liquid. What a scam! One time we went and ordered a burger and it came on 2 pieces of white sandwich bread. The server set it down and started to walk away. We stopped him to ask what happened to the bun and he said "oh yeah, we ran out." Okaaayy...thanks for letting us know and giving us the opportunity to change the order. If you go with a group of 4 or more, don't expect everyone's food to come out at the same time. Between the cooks and the servers, this place stinks. Too bad considering the nice atmosphere and the owners' positive involvement in the community.

Pros: Atmosphere, socially conscious owners

Cons: worthless employees

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I recently was lucky enough to be seated immediately at the Tin Shed for Sunday breakfast (in the past, I've typically waited at least 20 minutes). I've learned if you get there before 8:30, you are golden. And what a treat it was! My 2-year-old and I got to choose our table, the waitress immediately brought us a booster seat, and when we ordered, I mentioned that my daughter was hungry and she offered to put a rush on her french toast, which she ordered off of the kids' menu, and which came very quickly. I ordered the"Goat Boy" scramble and was glad I did. I HIGHLY recommend it. Its perfect balance of sweetness (sundried tomatoes), tartness (portabello mushrooms marinated in rasperry vinagrette), and sharpness (the goat cheese on top), and the savory base of eggs was scumptious! Not to mention the color and texture. And where else can you get grits on the side instead of the tired standard potatoes? My daughter LOVED the french toast even though, since she is a plain food fan, I was worried about the sweet potato component. Overall, I highly recommend this place for a quality breakfast with great service to boot.

2
★★★★★

I recently was lucky enough to be seated immediately at the Tin Shed for Sunday breakfast (in the past, I've typically waited at least 20 minutes). I've learned if you get there before 8:30, you are golden. And what a treat it was! My 2-year-old and I got to choose our table, the waitress immediately brought us a booster seat, and when we ordered, I mentioned that my daughter was hungry and she offered to put a rush on her french toast, which she ordered off of the kids' menu, and which came very quickly. I ordered the"Goat Boy" scramble and was glad I did. I HIGHLY recommend it. Its perfect balance of sweetness (sundried tomatoes), tartness (portabello mushrooms marinated in rasperry vinagrette), and sharpness (the goat cheese on top), and the savory base of eggs was scumptious! Not to mention the color and texture. And where else can you get grits on the side instead of the tired standard potatoes? My daughter LOVED the french toast even though, since she is a plain food fan, I was worried about the sweet potato component. Overall, I highly recommend this place for a quality breakfast with great service to boot.

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This is my favorite breakfast restaurant in Portland. The service is great, the food is incredible and the coffee is divine! There is always a long wait, but the staff is very nice and you are allowed to sit in the garden area while waiting for a table and they give you coffee while you wait. They are family friendly and very accommodating. They even made french toast for my son when his heart was set on it, long after they were no longer serving breakfast.

2
★★★★★

This is my favorite breakfast restaurant in Portland. The service is great, the food is incredible and the coffee is divine! There is always a long wait, but the staff is very nice and you are allowed to sit in the garden area while waiting for a table and they give you coffee while you wait. They are family friendly and very accommodating. They even made french toast for my son when his heart was set on it, long after they were no longer serving breakfast.

Pros: Great coffee, fabulous food, impeccable service

Cons: long wait, but it's worth it!

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I used to go here a lot with friends and really enjoyed both the breakfast and lunch menus! Sadly, the last time I went, I went to pour some ketchup on my plate and low and behold 5 or so ants came crawling out onto my plate! Talk about loosing your appetite! I told the waitress their were ants in the ketchup and she said "oh" and then went on to bus my half eaten plate. No discount, no apology, no nothing. Now when we want to go to breakfast in Alberta's corrugated tin district, we go to Helsers!

1
★★☆☆☆

I used to go here a lot with friends and really enjoyed both the breakfast and lunch menus! Sadly, the last time I went, I went to pour some ketchup on my plate and low and behold 5 or so ants came crawling out onto my plate! Talk about loosing your appetite! I told the waitress their were ants in the ketchup and she said "oh" and then went on to bus my half eaten plate. No discount, no apology, no nothing. Now when we want to go to breakfast in Alberta's corrugated tin district, we go to Helsers!

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I've now been here for breakfast and lunch and highly recommend it for both. The only downfall would be the wait. If at all possible, try to go during the week as the weekends usually get pretty busy. I waited for 2 hours one Sunday. At least the food was worth it though...I've heard of people waiting just as longer and longer for a sorry excuse for a restaurant like the Cheesecake factory.

2
★★★★☆

I've now been here for breakfast and lunch and highly recommend it for both. The only downfall would be the wait. If at all possible, try to go during the week as the weekends usually get pretty busy. I waited for 2 hours one Sunday. At least the food was worth it though...I've heard of people waiting just as longer and longer for a sorry excuse for a restaurant like the Cheesecake factory.

Pros: food, patio

Cons: long wait

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I don't get why this place is so popular. Dirty cafe, okay coffee, terrible service. I've always heard about how kid-friendly it is there, but from my experience that means "we'll let kids sit here". I didn't get a kid's menu and saw no sides even listed on the breakfast menu, so i had to order a full meal for my kid. i saw others with crayons, etc. but was not offered any. We had to ask repeatedly for our order to be taken. The food was mediocre. Go to Utopia or Helser's instead.

1
★★☆☆☆

I don't get why this place is so popular. Dirty cafe, okay coffee, terrible service. I've always heard about how kid-friendly it is there, but from my experience that means "we'll let kids sit here". I didn't get a kid's menu and saw no sides even listed on the breakfast menu, so i had to order a full meal for my kid. i saw others with crayons, etc. but was not offered any. We had to ask repeatedly for our order to be taken. The food was mediocre. Go to Utopia or Helser's instead.

Pros: if getting your own coffee is a pro

Cons: dirty, bad service

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Went here for Sunday Brunch with friends who eat here often. There was a long wait, but being able to serve yourself coffee while waiting definitely helped. The food was delicious and the service excellent. Everything we had was flavorful and just the right amount. The patio seating was very nice on a beautiful day.

2
★★★★☆

Went here for Sunday Brunch with friends who eat here often. There was a long wait, but being able to serve yourself coffee while waiting definitely helped. The food was delicious and the service excellent. Everything we had was flavorful and just the right amount. The patio seating was very nice on a beautiful day.

Pros: Great Food, Value, Delicious Coffee

Cons: Long Wait

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Every weekend I see people lined up around the block waiting to eat at the Tin Shed. Now I would consider myself a breakfast enthusiast, but this place is by far not worth the long wait. It is true, the food is not too expensive, but then again, it ain't that great that I would wait so long like these poor suckers every weekend. The coffee is self-serve and is tasty but the place is not the cleanest. I have done my time in food service, and on the cleanliness rating, I'd give it an "eeewe." The patio is nice and inviting, when the weather permits, but weekends are short, there are tons of great places to eat in NE.

1
★★★☆☆

Every weekend I see people lined up around the block waiting to eat at the Tin Shed. Now I would consider myself a breakfast enthusiast, but this place is by far not worth the long wait. It is true, the food is not too expensive, but then again, it ain't that great that I would wait so long like these poor suckers every weekend. The coffee is self-serve and is tasty but the place is not the cleanest. I have done my time in food service, and on the cleanliness rating, I'd give it an "eeewe." The patio is nice and inviting, when the weather permits, but weekends are short, there are tons of great places to eat in NE.

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Me and a buddy went here on Sunday and wow! The food was awesome, came fast, wasnt too pricy, and they offered blankets to people eating outside if they get cold! Hands down this is one of the best resrauntes I have dined at in a long time! I ordered "the stacker" and it was one of the best sandwiches I have ever had. Although they need to work on there side dishes a bit, the kettle chips tasted like they were out of a bag, and the potatoe salad looked...interesting, but the main course is what had me sold!

2
★★★★★

Me and a buddy went here on Sunday and wow! The food was awesome, came fast, wasnt too pricy, and they offered blankets to people eating outside if they get cold! Hands down this is one of the best resrauntes I have dined at in a long time! I ordered "the stacker" and it was one of the best sandwiches I have ever had. Although they need to work on there side dishes a bit, the kettle chips tasted like they were out of a bag, and the potatoe salad looked...interesting, but the main course is what had me sold!

Pros: Great food, and prompt service

Cons: side dishes

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The Tin Shed offers so much more than the average restaurant. They have small indoor seating but a lot of outdoor seating, covered and uncovered. They provide live music during the summer and other fun activities throughout the year. Their food is superb and drinks are great too. Peak times are very busy (a testament to their excellent food). It is really a great place to relax with friends or family. It's family and dog friendly; just a very relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere.

2
★★★★★

The Tin Shed offers so much more than the average restaurant. They have small indoor seating but a lot of outdoor seating, covered and uncovered. They provide live music during the summer and other fun activities throughout the year. Their food is superb and drinks are great too. Peak times are very busy (a testament to their excellent food). It is really a great place to relax with friends or family. It's family and dog friendly; just a very relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere.

Pros: Great outdoor seating; cool owners; excellent food/beverage

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We've been going to Tin Shed for 3 years now and it's in our neighborhood. It has really gotten pretentious in the last 6 months. I went in on a Thursday afternoon when it was not crowded and they refused to seat me until my friend arrived. 4 tables sat empty while I had to wait. Alberta Street has MUCH more to offer if you walk around and places with much better service that make you feel welcome. I also had to ask 3 times for my drink. For the best breakfast in town and SUBERB service, try Beaterville on Killingsworth.

1
★★★☆☆

We've been going to Tin Shed for 3 years now and it's in our neighborhood. It has really gotten pretentious in the last 6 months. I went in on a Thursday afternoon when it was not crowded and they refused to seat me until my friend arrived. 4 tables sat empty while I had to wait. Alberta Street has MUCH more to offer if you walk around and places with much better service that make you feel welcome. I also had to ask 3 times for my drink. For the best breakfast in town and SUBERB service, try Beaterville on Killingsworth.

Pros: Ambience, location

Cons: service, crowded

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The Shed is probably the best brunch I've had in Portland. You have to plan strategically. Get there before 9 am on the weekend, or you'll wait an hour. Plan on it. I think it's cool that you can pour own coffee and read the paper- not sure what the other guy was complaining about (at least they give you coffee). I've never had a bad meal there. I will say that sometimes the portions are small based on what you pay. Awesome place for vegetarians and vegans.

2
★★★★★

The Shed is probably the best brunch I've had in Portland. You have to plan strategically. Get there before 9 am on the weekend, or you'll wait an hour. Plan on it. I think it's cool that you can pour own coffee and read the paper- not sure what the other guy was complaining about (at least they give you coffee). I've never had a bad meal there. I will say that sometimes the portions are small based on what you pay. Awesome place for vegetarians and vegans.

Pros: great food, veg and vegan friendly, free coffee while you wait for a table, nice patio

Cons: long waits for tables, average service, small portions at times

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This place is packed all the time, but that's a good sign of a great restaurant! The food is awesome, staff is friendly. It's a small place, so visit at strategic times (best time - early morning on weekdays).

2
★★★★☆

This place is packed all the time, but that's a good sign of a great restaurant! The food is awesome, staff is friendly. It's a small place, so visit at strategic times (best time - early morning on weekdays).

Pros: Great food, great staff

Cons: Usually has a wait, especially on the weekends!

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We started down the street and were disappointed by poor service and decided to go to the Shed instead. So glad we did! They were accommodating to our wiggly little ones, with kid's menu, crayons and toys. The service was great and prompt and the food was perfect. They even have happy hour on Saturdays, a great time to bring the kids for family date night. The microbrew was the right price and delicious. We go here often and feel the good, wholesome Portland vibe that keeps us coming back. These guys truly love their work and we love them too!

2
★★★★★

We started down the street and were disappointed by poor service and decided to go to the Shed instead. So glad we did! They were accommodating to our wiggly little ones, with kid's menu, crayons and toys. The service was great and prompt and the food was perfect. They even have happy hour on Saturdays, a great time to bring the kids for family date night. The microbrew was the right price and delicious. We go here often and feel the good, wholesome Portland vibe that keeps us coming back. These guys truly love their work and we love them too!

Pros: Yummy food, great service, kid friendly

Cons: Real busy on weekend mornings.

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I understand this is a popular spot for breakfast. But if you're that popular take reservations, for those of us who can call ahead and make a reservation it would be a reward. We waited for over an hour for a table where we had to pour our own coffee and water. Once we had a server, she was GREAT, friendly and answered all our questions, but the wait was not worth the food.

I ordered the biscuits and gravy and added two eggs and chose the grits. I'm a big fan of grits and these grits needed some help. The biscuits were lovely and the gravy was good and the eggs were cooked properly. My real issue - the food was NOT worth the wait. The price isn't special enough to come here.

The Tin Shed is nice if you're a vegetarian as they prepare many of their menu items vegan or if you have a lot of time to stand waiting for food.

1
★★★☆☆

I understand this is a popular spot for breakfast. But if you're that popular take reservations, for those of us who can call ahead and make a reservation it would be a reward. We waited for over an hour for a table where we had to pour our own coffee and water. Once we had a server, she was GREAT, friendly and answered all our questions, but the wait was not worth the food.

I ordered the biscuits and gravy and added two eggs and chose the grits. I'm a big fan of grits and these grits needed some help. The biscuits were lovely and the gravy was good and the eggs were cooked properly. My real issue - the food was NOT worth the wait. The price isn't special enough to come here.

The Tin Shed is nice if you're a vegetarian as they prepare many of their menu items vegan or if you have a lot of time to stand waiting for food.

Pros: Friendly service.

Cons: LONG LONG LONG wait.

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agreed, the new timber-covered patio is fantastic, and it's fun to eat with your dog (they provide a doggy menu and blankets and water bowls, too) there. that said, i think the shed has gotten, er, big for its britches lately - the portions and quality have gone from consistently great to really hit-or-miss. what's odd is the portion differences - you'd think that'd be sort of regular, but nope, sometimes it's far more than you can finish, sometimes it's a little light... the bloody mary's are fantastic, and the servers are all generally really keen. when you're craving latkes and don't feel like making them, their 'shed cakes' (potato pancakes) are an excellent fix.

1
★★★☆☆

agreed, the new timber-covered patio is fantastic, and it's fun to eat with your dog (they provide a doggy menu and blankets and water bowls, too) there. that said, i think the shed has gotten, er, big for its britches lately - the portions and quality have gone from consistently great to really hit-or-miss. what's odd is the portion differences - you'd think that'd be sort of regular, but nope, sometimes it's far more than you can finish, sometimes it's a little light... the bloody mary's are fantastic, and the servers are all generally really keen. when you're craving latkes and don't feel like making them, their 'shed cakes' (potato pancakes) are an excellent fix.

Pros: potato pancakes, self-serve coffee and tea while you wait

Cons: soometimes it's a quite long wait, portions inconsistent

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