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Looks like a pretty good "diner" to go to. I've never been there either, I live in Eugene, but do venture up to Portland every now and then. It looks like plain ol' good food!! Bettyor
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It's a great little place. I go with a co-worker every few months and we split a reuben and fries. If you're looking for a good breakfast place, don't forget about Fullers Cafe also. It's on the other end of the block from the Perl Bakery. And then there's John's Cafe on Everett and Broadway, best breakfast deal in town.
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Here is the Link to byways Cafe. I've never been there but now that you brought it up I might have to go. Prices are about the same as Dennys and Sharis Restaurants for Breakfast. It's on Glissan in PDX.
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A few months ago, my best friend and I were watching Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives on the Food Network. They featured a restaurant called Byways Cafe in Portland, and we promised ourselves to check it out. Sunday, we finally went looking for it, but we couldn't stay to eat, as we had brought my daughter with us and she had to be at work in 30 minutes. But I talked to some people waiting in line outside (yes, there was a line outside) and they said it was definitely worth coming back to. It's not a fancy restaurant, but the aroma wafting out from inside was amazing! The couple we talked to said they were there for their anniversary. Has anyone else been there? (Warning: it's probably high-calories, but you could probably eat there once in awhile and get away with it.)
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