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Andy and Becky Piper, siblings of Jenny Piper of Pied Piper Creamery fame, were the heroes of the Riverside-and-Porter crossroads when they introduced their seven-day-a-week family-friendly eatery. The playful, music-themed menu--dotted with items such as David Cassidy chicken fingers the Hannah Montana hot ham and cheese sandwich and the Clay Aiken (nothing but cheese)--has plenty of crossover appeal for a multi-generational crowd. Don't miss the giant Monte Cristo, which looks like a ham sandwich that had a run-in with a funnel cake. Pied Piper's moist and flavorful veggie burger masks its vegetarianism better than most. — Carrington Fox

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Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash

Parking: Lot Available

Reservations: Not Necessary

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