Boke Dokie

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3646 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214

http://bokedokie.com/

Daily 11am-11pm

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Boke Dokie serves Southern fried chicken & tofu sandos

Welcome To Boke Dokie, Portland’s Most Unique Chicken and Tofu Sandwiches Located Inside Rachel’s Ginger Beer on The Corner 37th/Hawthorne.

Cheap - Under $10,

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No Parking

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Southeast PDX

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