The Waffle Window

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Secret-recipe waffles arrive layered in savory toppings such as bacon, basil, and brie or sweets such as seasonal fruit

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Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per party. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $8 for two waffles and two drinks (up to an $18 value)
  • $16 for four waffles and four drinks (up to a $36 value)

Sweet waffles include the blueberry cheesecake—a waffle topped with blueberry cinnamon compote, whipped cream, and cream-cheese pudding—or a hot-fudge sundae waffle topped with ice cream. Savory options include a cheddar jalapeño waffle topped with pepper bacon, Tillamook cheddar, and homemade avocado-tomatillo salsa, while the Three B’s waffle combines the best of both worlds by layering on bacon, brie, and basil. See the full menu here.

The Waffle Window

When her two sons came back from Europe raving about the traditional Liege sugar waffles, Mary did what any good mom and professional pastry chef would do: she learned how to make them. But Mary wasn't content with mere imitation––she wanted her waffles to be something unique, and so she spent several weeks crafting her own super-secret recipe that blended Belgian-style traditions with hard-to-source ingredients. After all that work, she knew her waffles were made for more than just maple syrup, and a slew of waffle-based dishes was born, incorporating toppings that include everything from thick-cut bacon and Guittard chocolate to housemade salsa and scoops of small-batch ice cream, which are created by Mary's son and co-owner Max and only available at the Alberta Street location. Soon, Mary began serving the treats out of a converted Dutch-style door window in her husband’s Bread & Ink Café, and her waffles quickly gained enough acclaim to be featured in Bon Appetit, as well as an episode of the TV show Portlandia.

Now operating from two locations, the staff still gives diners the option to devour their waffles on the go, but welcomes guests to linger longer in the warmth of covered indoor- and outdoor-dining spaces. There, steaming cups of locally-roasted Kobos coffee and glasses of blackberry-basil lemonade help wash down the waffley goodness, while a full line of frozen take-home waffles await to be warmed in home toasters' loving embrace.

The Waffle Window

When her two sons came back from Europe raving about the traditional liege sugar waffles, Mary did what any good mom and professional pastry chef would do: she learned how to make them. But Mary wasn't content with mere imitation––she wanted her waffles to be something unique, and so she spent several weeks crafting her own super-secret recipe that blended Belgian-style traditions with hard-to-source ingredients. After all that work, she knew her waffles were made for more than just maple syrup, and a slew of waffle-based dishes was born, incorporating toppings that include everything from thick-cut bacon and housemade salsa to scoops of small-batch ice cream and Guittard chocolate. Soon, she began serving the treats out of a converted Dutch-style door window in her husband’s Bread & Ink Café, and her waffles quickly gained enough acclaim to be featured in Bon Appetit, as well as an episode of the TV show Portlandia.

Now operating from two locations, the staff still gives diners the option to devour their waffles on the go, but welcomes guests to linger longer in the warmth of covered indoor- and outdoor-dining spaces. There, steaming cups of locally-roasted Kobos coffee and glasses of blackberry-basil lemonade help wash down the waffley goodness, while a full line of frozen take-home waffles await to be warmed in home toasters or Mrs. Butterworth's loving embrace.

Customer Reviews

Too many great choices!
Talia O. · February 27, 2014
great innovations with waffles
Kerry B. · February 28, 2013
Extremely pleased with the quality of the food and service. The people working there were fast and very pleasant. Will be returning.
Robert W. · February 22, 2013
Merchant Location Map
  1. 1

    Concordia

    2624 NE Alberta St

    Portland, OR 97211

    +15032658031

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  2. 2

    Richmond

    3610 SE Hawthorne

    Portland, OR 97214

    +19712550501

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