Chad Walsh

This week, the team behind the balmy tropical-themed Hey LoveAaron Hall, Emily Mistell, Nicholas Musso, and Sophie Thomson—rolled out a brand new lunch menu, and just in time for the return of the cold, cold months.

Hey Love chef Roscoe Robeson has built a midday menu comprising sides, salads, and main dishes (baby back guava-barbecue lamb ribs, fried chicken chow mein, and spoon pizza), as well as a roster of sandwiches—tom yum fried chicken, spam Reubens, and bacon-wrapped Olympic Provision footlong hotdogs (also, not a sandwich)—that have been given Seinfeld-inspired names like “The Maestro,” “The Yada Yada,” and “The Mimbo.” Hall says that each of the sandwiches can also be made as salads for the gluten-averse.

Hall also says Robeson has designed a Sunday brunch menu, which will be unveiled this coming Sunday (Dec 2), with dishes like shrimp and grits, papas bravas, buttermilk donuts and gravy, and cinnamon rolls paired with whipped cream and CBD-infused warm caramel.

Hey Love’s lunch hours last from 11 am to 4 pm, Monday through Saturday, while Sunday brunch hours last from 10 am to 4 pm.

And that’s not all. Hall says that Hey Love’s happy hour is also getting the roll-out treatment, which means you should expect small discounts on lunch, brunch, and dinner menu items between the hours of 2 and 5 pm every day of the week.

Hey Love: 920 E Burnside, 503-206-6223