East Burn

EastBurn, East Burnside Street, Portland, OR, United States

503.236.2876

Brunch 7 days a week until 3pm Open 11am weekdays – 10am Weekends Dinner nightly 5pm to 10pm Happy Hour Daily 3-6pm

Established in 2008, EastBurn is a neighborhood Public House that is as diverse as Portland’s population.

Chef Brandon Smoak elevates the public house dining experience with innovative brunch and dinner dishes that comfort and delight. General Manager Josh Roedermakes sure that guests experience the best of hospitality, while overseeing a lovingly curated draft list and cocktail menu. EastBurn boasts two floors of dining and entertainment with two full bars, 19 rotating taps, and a patio with swing chairs and fire tables. Weekends feature live music on the main floor along with rotating DJ’s in the downstairs Tap Room.

From fantastic brunch and dinner, to drinks on the patio, to live music, to a game of skee-ball in the Tap Room…EastBurn has something for everyone!

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