Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Portland Restaurant: All-Way

What: All-Way
Where: 615 SW Broadway Ave
When: Daily 11am - 11pm
Honeys Heart: All-Way Burger

Having grown up on an island north of Seattle, I don't have nostalgic feelings about In-N-Out Burger. But based on my handful of visits with Katie in California, it is definitely something I wish we had easier access to - but on the other hand, maybe I'm glad we don't! Luckily (for better and worse...), we have an awesome diner serving up "In-N-Out-esque" burgers daily.


Peter Bro of Broder has taken over the former Red Coach space (which it occupied for 55 years), leaving the pleather red booths and old time-y feel, to serve quarter-pound patties on homemade buns with special sauce, housemade pickles, butter lettuce, and cheese. Tomatoes are served seasonally and bacon can be added for $2.



 Though we were originally pining for a milkshake, they aren't currently on the menu (though they did say they could make a chocolate or vanilla shake) and instead opted for some cocktails made with All-Way's housemade soda. Such a good decision! We got the bourbon with ginger soda and gin with lavender soda ($5 each). I want that lavender soda for sipping on the deck this summer!


Burger options include the All-Way which starts with one patty and can be sized all the way up to a 4 Way. The menu also features fried chicken, fish, veggie burgers, salads, and more. 

I went for the All-Way ($4.50) with onion rings ($3). The onion rings were extra crispy, but I did steal quite a few of Adam's shoe string fries. The two of us probably could have shared one side instead of getting both! 


Adam chose the 2 Way ($5.25) with a double patty and cheese. Definitely a little more filling if you don't think a quarter pound will cut it, but with the fries ($3.50) it seemed like plenty to me! 



Everything was awesome and it definitely satisfies a burger craving. Even though the prices are already reasonable, the happy hour is from 3-6pm and definitely worth checking out. With the purchase of a drink- which are only $5, the HH menu includes $1.50 fries and onion rings, $5 chicken wings, and $1 off all burgers and sandwiches. Yes please! 

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