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March 28th, 2006 Johanna Droubay | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2006

     
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It's hard to really discern what this place is going for: Imagine a magical land aesthetically reminiscent of the '50s, where Creole jambalaya ($9.95), Greek salad ($9.25), turkey quesadillas ($7.75) and schinken au bracken ($8.50) all live together in perfect harmony. Call it indecisiveness or call it the American Dream�whatever your take on the dogma behind this hodgepodge eatery, you're bound to agree that Cadillac Cafe is damn good. For a dish that epitomizes Cadillac's "I'm Every Restaurant" motif, try the market chicken salad ($9.75), an unlikely combination of grilled chicken, carrots, bananas, grapes, roasted hazelnuts, jack cheese and greens, all dressed up in a tangy blueberry vinaigrette. (JD)

 
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