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February 21st, 2006 12:00 am Ian Gillingham | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


We can all just get along. In Vita's roomy plywood booths for eight (or a dozen wiry indie-rockers), vegetarians fork up gingery Thai corn cakes ($3.95-$6.95) or carve off hunks of the "steak" and eggs ($6.95-chicken-fried tempeh, but it still does the trick on a bleary Sunday morn) hip-to-hip with their carnivorous brethren, who can get their quarter-pound of flesh from the small but high-quality burger selection. The modern-yet-comfortable mealtime vibe here is veggie but not preachy, gently easing the uninitiated into sustainable eating with a glossary on the back of the seasonal menus. (IG)

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