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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am HENRY STERN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


This eatery in the Cully neighborhood draws a clientele that dates to when the earth cooled. And wisdom must come with all those gray hairs, because this is a very solid place to grab an inexpensive and tasty breakfast or lunch. The breakfast basics are all there in plentiful servings: Special kudos for the thick hash browns ($2.50) and crisp bacon. And you can’t go wrong for lunch, either. ry the yummy albacore tuna) that come with thinly sliced fries as a side. If you’ve got room, a warmed piece of housemade blackberry pie is a sweet wrap to your visit. Waitresses are just as homespun as the food, making you feel cozy and welcome even if you’re a first-time customer. Dog-eared Trivial Pursuit cards at each table complete the cafe’s very homey feel.

  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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