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June 26th, 2007 12:00 am Lance Kramer | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2007


The food at this famous east-side eatery is more like glorified bar nibbles making the dimly lit dining room a nice spot to start a late-night crawl. Though best known for burgers ($5.50-$7) Dots has a spicy hummus and pita app ($4.50) that's generous tasty and unexpectedly exotic. The chicken and green chile quesadilla ($7.50) does the trick like a 10-cent hooker and the plentiful pollo platter ($7.50) delivers with a heaping plate of seasoned chicken black beans and brown rice. Wash it all down with a full lineup of microbrews and house cocktail specialties including the requisite Willamette Valley martini.

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