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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


Genie’s is a rare brunch spot that caters to herbivores and carnivores with equal love. The cavernous diner’s menu sees artisan meats and gourmet veggies living harmoniously on one of the only menus in town that doesn’t charge extra for tofu substitution. Vegetarian treats like eggs Benedict ($8.50)—served with smoky tomatoes atop risotto cakes—are a delight, while lumberjacks can fill up on a country-fried steak ($9.50) slathered in spicy sausage gravy. It’s like the U.N. for foodies, and a step toward a united breakfast table.

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