For big eaters like moi, a fulfilling meal under $7 is about as common as a Black Bear sighting in the suburbs. It happens, usually near garbage, but not often. After years of driving by, I decided last week to try the Mediterranean Grill in Midtown, tucked in a tiny shopping center where Virginia Ave. spills into Piedmont Park. The Chicken Kabob Sandwich, Kufta Kabob, the Shish or tasty Gyro can be married with a wonderful Greek salad and fountain drink for $6.49. We ordered the large (i.e., Frisbee-sized) hummus, which was overkill given the sandwich portions. During the week, don’t miss the Business Lunch Special, a veritable cornucopia of Mediterranean fare (also $6.49). My only gripe: the "patio" leaves one wanting. Two tiny outdoor tables don’t suffice when Piedmont/Midtown views are so prominent.