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February 17th, 2006 Kim B. Colton | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2005

     
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Use the weekend wait time to scour not only an enormous breakfast menu but also the largest collection of antique gravy boats this side of Sellwood. Don't miss one of Gravy's instant classics, the fried-egg sandwich ($6.75-$7.75), a beast stuffed with yummies like saut�ed peppers, garlic and provolone. Consider, also, the inspired take on Grandma's favorite oatmeal. At Gravy, that'll be oatmeal br�l�e, topped with brown sugar and berries then blow-torched ($4.75). Dinner specials give hope to comfort-food favorites, and the newly opened lounge gives Mississippi Avenue night owls and karaoke addicts something to sing about. (KBC)

 
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