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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Karla Starr | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006

If you miss the feel of a breakfast nook in a setting not unlike a hipster log cabin, your oasis is in Southeast's Hedge House (a sister to the New Old Lompoc and North Portland's Fifth Quadrant). Start with a generous hummus appetizer ($7.25) or brie and fruit plate ($7.50). Move onto a yummy entree—sandwiches and salads, mostly—like the savory portabella sandwich with melted provolone and roasted-garlic mayo on a toasted hoagie roll ($8.50), or a Reuben, available in both carnivore and Gardenburger varieties ($7.75 and $8.75), all with chips, salad, soup or fries. Don't forget to save room for dessert—a hot-fudge brownie ŕ la mode ($5.50) that'll have you licking your plate. (KS)
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