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June 26th, 2007 12:00 am LIZ CRAIN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2007


St. Johns was once a major stronghold of dive bars and truckers but this dimly lit health-food store-cum-vegan restaurant proves that the granola-and-organic crowd has truly arrived—and looks like it's here to stay. And why not? Large bowls of hearty soups ($2 cup $3.75 bowl) rib-sticking sandwiches like the vegan Reuben ($6.25 with a side salad) and entrées like sesame-peanut noodles ($7) make giving up meat a joy not a deprivation. That is if you can see what you're eating (what's up with the lighting anyway?). Decadent sweets such as chocolate pie and thick brownies are addictive and dairy free. (LC)

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