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Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Cup & Saucer is Portland’s quintessential breakfast diner, with the weekend lines and loyal regulars its position implies, but its World Famous Garden Scramble ($7.75) feels a bit run-of-the-mill these days. It’s good, sure, but as far as vegetarian-friendly eateries go, it’s n   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Jeremy Gillick

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
A sunlit, old-timey diner with two U-shaped counters and no private tables, Fuller’s is probably the best place in town to eat breakfast alone. It’s not as big on veggies as its neighbors in the Pearl, and its fluffy blueberry pancakes ($6 for three) won’t blow you away, but you&rs   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Jeremy Gillick

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Less than 5 years old, Genies is mature beyond its age and it’s already one of the coolest places to be seen waiting for your Saturday-morning recovery brunch. You’ll be starving by the time you’re seated, and euphoric when you finally taste the veggie scramble ($8.25) with articho   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Jeremy Gillick

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Ambitious and delicious, Toast is a genuine gastronomical experiment, offering unusual takes on brunch standards with infuriatingly precious names. Health nuts will go ape for the Good Monk ($7.50), a hearty bowl of tofu, farro and veggies. Heart-attack seekers may favor the Truck Stop ($15)—a   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Jeremy Gillick
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