This Mother’s Day, La Neta in the Hoxton, recently named one of “Portland’s best new brunches” by the Oregonian, will host their seasonal Mexican-inspired brunch to the tune of Grammy-nominated Randy Porter’s jazz trio (including Pink Martini drummer Brent Follis). Mothers will be treated to a glass of Champagne adorned with fresh berries on arrival as well as a gift by a local florist. Local artist Buckley will be on hand to draw live line portraits of mom to take home.
Reservations are available at: https://thehoxton.com/oregon/
Portraits, flowers and Champagne are complimentary for moms with reservations between 11am-2pm. Brunch reservations are available beginning at 9am, however, the music and elements described above will be available beginning at 11am.
Huevos Rancheros fried eggs, roasted tomato salsa, bacon, queso requeson, avocado
Dulce de Leche French Toast brown butter, maple syrup, roasted pineapple
Smoked Fish Chilaquiles fried eggs, tomatillo salsa, sweet onion, kale tortilla chips, sesame seeds
Kale Enchiladas cauliflower, queso asadero, jalapeño, tomatillo
Cemita fried chicken sandwich, bacon black beans, slaw
Hamburguesa 30-day-aged beef, queso botanero, iceberg, 3-chile secret sauce
La Neta offers a seasonal Mexican-inspired menu all day on the ground floor of the Hoxton Portland. Executive Chef Johnny Leach and his team explore the flavors of Mexico through the lens of ingredients grown and crafted in the Pacific Northwest, from beans and grains to heirloom vegetables and fresh Mexican cheeses. The menus highlight seasonal produce and a house masa program. The restaurant’s custom organic masa blend is used to make tortillas, sopes and enmoladas, as well as dishes not often found in Portland, such as tlacoyos and huaraches. House-made salsas are offered daily to accentuate the lunch and dinner offerings. At breakfast, guests are treated to dishes like smoked fish chilaquiles, huevos rancheros and churro waffles. La Neta’s inventive, sophisticated cocktail list is an extension of the dishes prepared in the kitchen, incorporating culinary ingredients such as fruit, spice and herbs. @la_neta_pdx