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February 17th, 2006 12:00 am Taylor Clark | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


Beaterville Cafe is like a giant car wreck-but in a good way. Vintage hubcaps and assorted car parts cover the walls inside like chrome scales, and the cafe's tantalizing breakfast menu shares the same kitschy automotive aesthetic. Regulars (and they are legion) go for the frittata-style omelettes or the Spudebaker ($6.75)-a scramble of red potatoes with fresh veggies and feta, cheddar or Swiss cheese. Beaterville is ultra-vegetarian-friendly, without being strictly meatless.

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