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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am EMILY JENSEN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


This coyly named breakfast-and-lunch joint, whose claim to fame is pancake griddles built right into its dining tables, offers playful renditions of gourmet standards like the Slappy Benedict ($10) and a Brie-and-sliced-pear grilled cheese ($7, with fries). The pancake batter ($5, about enough for three people), available in buttermilk, pumpkin, vegan whole-grain and gluten-free, can be squirted from squeezable plastic condiment bottles into shapes as clever or dirty as you desire. Thirteen add-ins are $1 each, and range from such staples as bananas and blueberries to exotic red wine-tarragon applesauce.

  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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