For 20 years, Pinho's has serviced this blue-collar stretch of Andrews Avenue. Mechanics in their stained jumpsuits file in early for egg and cheese sandwiches served on Pinho's home-baked croissants. That and a cup of coffee or a plate of home fries will get the day going right. For lunch, the same crowd grabs bulky submarines on doughy Italian loafs filled with premium Boar's Head meats and Pinho's fresh tuna, egg, or crab salads. Daily specials are cheap and filling, and the staff is friendly.
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Thursday, November 30, 2000 at 4 a.m. by Lee Klein
It's a storefront room with a couple of tables and chairs, a swivel rack of Portuguese CDs, one large wooden crate of whole dried codfish, and shelves sparsely filled with a few edible imports from Portugal -- mostly wines (includin...