- About a quarter-century old, this restaurant offers the most value for your money when you order from the two-for-one menu. Steaks, chicken and fish are hand cut at the restaurant, providing fresh meat for your dish. All two-fer meals include soup, salad or coleslaw, garlic bread, potatoes (fried or baked) and a soft-serve ice cream dessert. If you would rather not do the two-for-one choice, try one of the nightly specials or the steak kebob.
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Great neighborhood restaurant from the 1950's
This place is a pleasant refuge from "trendy" joints in PDX. It serves straight forward meals in space that hasn't changed since 1950. The bread is white, the steaks...
- posted on 09.02.12
- by aptbroker1