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February 17th, 2006 12:00 am Bryan Van Norden | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


Upscale appearance, thin-wallet menu options, and salvation for a growling stomach are just a few of the parts churning this Cadillac into a most delectable breakfast joyride. Begin with a freshly baked papaya muffin ($1.75), full of fruit chunks and sprinkled with brown sugar; it's the dessert you've always wanted to start your day with. Then try to finish off three thick-cut slices of French custard toast ($7.95) crowned with blueberries, bananas, roasted hazelnuts, powdered sugar and cinnamon. This is luxury-without the expensive sticker price. (BV)

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