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March 11th, 2009 12:00 am JOANNA MILLER | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2009


You’d think pork would reign at this breakfast-and-lunch-all-day cafe, but beef is the draw. House-corned beef ($8.95), simmered and seasoned for eight hours, is served in a traditional hash or draped with locally fermented kraut, Swiss and Thousand Island in the house Reuben ($9.95). The chicken-fried steak ($9.95) is a solid choice with sausage-studded gravy, two eggs and fried potatoes. There’s also a popular build-your-own burger ($9.95)—beef or Boca. The 40-seat space has a DIY feel, with corrugated metal and old windows as decor.

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