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Spicy Pickle's also in Beaverton, on Scholls Ferry just west of Nimbus, which is just west of 217. Haven't been in yet, but I've driven by many times.
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I checked out their web site (had never heard of it) and it looks pretty darn good. I work in the Pearl so the one downtown is a bit too far for my 1/2 hr lunch but I will check it out one of these days. Thanx for the info!
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We actually discovered this place a couple of years ago when my SIL recommended it for a family dinner. We hadn't been back (for no particular reason), but I drove by it a couple of times last month and had to go back. I've been back twice in the last month, and it's even better than I remember. Right now in Arizona (not sure about Oregon) they offer $5 subs and paninis after 5pm during the week, and kids eat free on the weekends. They also offer build-your-own sandwiches with TONS of ingredient choices. This place is VERY vegetarian friendly, kid friendly, carnivore friendly, naughty-eater friendly and healthy-eater friendly (and we have all in our family)! The soups are delicious, and the ingredients are fresh. They even offer chopped green apple for your sandwich, which turns out to be really yummy! They have focaccia bread, white AND wheat ciabatta bread! I highly recommend this place and just wish there were more in Arizona!
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Edited by: KTLASERS at: 8/20/2009 (00:34)
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