Though logo of a maiden seems to be accentuating attributes other than her face, there's no confusion when it comes to the pies (single slices, too), ranging from the workmanlike cheese disc ($14.50) to the "swine and pine" ($18, with Canadian bacon, pineapple and two mozzarellas) and a respectable stab at a vegan version ($21), loaded with tempeh slices and a sweet pepper-cashew-tomato base. The digs are appealingly low-rent, the mood is convivial, and service is provided by the finest disaffected youth Portland has to offer. (SL)