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economical-good-fun restaurants

Will be visiting Portland Sunday and am hoping for suggestions that might meet my criteria.

Thanks for the help,

Peg

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1. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

What do you call "economical"?

yelm,wa
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2. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

Meals for $10 or less per person.

Thanks

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3. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

if you have a car you try the old spagetti (sp) company--

0715 S.W. Bancroft St.

Portland, OR 97239

P:503.222.5375 F:503.227.6386

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4. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

If you like burgers, check out Burgerville, they have really good milkshakes here, also. Have fun in Portland! :)

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5. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

Thanks for the suggestions. Keep the coming. I love having choice:)

Peg

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6. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

Well, its not exactly in Portland, but Nonna Emilias Italian restaurant would certainly meet your needs. It is very authentic Italian and on the weekends they usually have a "wandering accordianist" who will play requests. We have never been disappointed with our meal there and can feed 5 adults with bar tab for around $75. the address is 17217 SW Shaw in Aloha. They are located at the corner of 172nd and TV HWY ( aka HWY 8).

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7. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

Are the food carts open on Sunday? http://foodcartsportland.com/

Also... Beaterville Cafe up on Killingsworth is very good for breakfast. They also serve lunch, not sure about dinner.

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footloose57

, but Nonna Emilias Italian restaurant would certainly meet your needs. It is very authentic Italian and on the weekends they usually have a "wandering accordianist" who will play requests. We have never been disappointed with our meal there and can feed 5 adults with bar tab for around $75. the address is 17217 SW Shaw in Aloha. They are located at the corner of 172nd and TV HWY ( aka HWY 8).>>>>

everything was going good in your post until you wrote "very authentic italian" - i presume you mean very authentic for beaverton---------its basic "italian" as we would presume it to be but its not really authentic----sorry if i ruffled a feather or two

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9. Re: economical-good-fun restaurants

Well, Lougee, perhaps i should have said that its a varied Italian menu with lots of reasonably priced choices and let them decide about the authenticity- would that be more accurate??

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footloose57

Well, Lougee, perhaps i should have said that its a varied Italian menu with lots of reasonably priced choices and let them decide about the authenticity- would that be more accurate??>>>

that would hit the nail right on the head

many ethnic foods served in restaurants have been tweaked to fit our tastes and what we perceive as " real"