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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Kim Potter | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006


Popular on weekend mornings with NoPo locals and nearby University of Portland students (and, on a recent visit, their parents), Beaterville Cafe does breakfast with style and a nod to classic cars. The Thunderbird scramble ($8.50) is a beauty—think of it as the club sandwich of egg dishes, with bacon, turkey and all the fixins. The Mini Cooper—turkey sausage, eggs and cheese in between a fluffy buscuit, all for a meager $6—is a sammie that salutes inventive eating and modern automotive design.

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