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Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
Black Sheep Bakery has one of the most versatile build-your-own sandwich ($6.50 whole, $4 half) steals in the city. Combining everything from spicy barbecue tofu to sweet, smoky turkey breast with housemade pickles, and cheeses of all shapes and colors, this hella-vegan-friendly cafe knows how to sa   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
This health-bent local chain has been keeping hasty, hungry Portlanders full and fast since 2000. Laughing Planet’s bowls ($4.75-$7.25) and burritos ($4.25-$6.25) range in inspiration from Mexican (beans, rice, corn) to Asian (rice and vegetables) to good ol’ fashioned comfort foods (yes   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
This health-bent local chain has been keeping hasty, hungry Portlanders full and fast since 2000. Laughing Planet’s bowls ($4.75-$7.25) and burritos ($4.25-$6.25) range in inspiration from Mexican (beans, rice, corn) to Asian (rice and vegetables) to good ol’ fashioned comfort foods (yes   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
This health-bent local chain has been keeping hasty, hungry Portlanders full and fast since 2000. Laughing Planet’s bowls ($4.75-$7.25) and burritos ($4.25-$6.25) range in inspiration from Mexican (beans, rice, corn) to Asian (rice and vegetables) to good ol’ fashioned comfort foods (yes   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
This health-bent local chain has been keeping hasty, hungry Portlanders full and fast since 2000. Laughing Planet’s bowls ($4.75-$7.25) and burritos ($4.25-$6.25) range in inspiration from Mexican (beans, rice, corn) to Asian (rice and vegetables) to good ol’ fashioned comfort foods (yes   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
If you’re venturing to Lake Oswego but don’t want to get fleeced by white-collar-neighborhood inflation, Dang’s Thai Kitchen has your back. Choosing a dish from the cozy Thai shop’s extensive lunch menu can take 10 minutes of deliberating, but standbys like tangy cashew chick   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
Black Sheep Bakery has one of the most versatile build-your-own sandwich ($6.50 whole, $4 half) steals in the city. Combining everything from spicy barbecue tofu to sweet, smoky turkey breast with housemade pickles, and cheeses of all shapes and colors, this hella-vegan-friendly cafe knows how to sa   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
This health-bent local chain has been keeping hasty, hungry Portlanders full and fast since 2000. Laughing Planet’s bowls ($4.75-$7.25) and burritos ($4.25-$6.25) range in inspiration from Mexican (beans, rice, corn) to Asian (rice and vegetables) to good ol’ fashioned comfort foods (yes   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2010


Food Reviews & Stories
At this bite-sized neighborhood import market and deli, you can tour the taste of New Orleans by indulging in a mind-blowing muffuletta ($7.50): layers of ham, salami and mortadella on a thick strata of olive salad, all squeezed into a chewy ciabatta. Or chow down on the meatloaf sandwich ($7.50), w   More
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 WHITNEY HAWKE

Cheap Eats 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Red Coach is a classic diner, right down to maroon vinyl booths and swivel-chair counter seating. A Portland institution since 1965, the two-story eatery’s convenient location amid chic downtown restaurants makes it a nostalgic enclave for Portlanders craving no-frills fare. The popular Karl&r   More
 
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 WHITNEY HAWKE
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