43 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Boston.
Sofra is a counter-service cafe in West Cambridge that makes incredible meze and Mediterranean dishes.
Regina Pizzeria in the North End is the original and best location of Boston’s most famous pizza.
Galleria Umberto is a pizza joint in the North End serving thick crust pizza for lunch.
Gene’s is a counter-service spot Downtown with outstanding hand-pulled noodles.
KO Pies is a chill spot for meat pies and outdoor Jenga on the industrial waterfront of East Boston.
Irie Jamaican style restaurant is a counter-serve spot in Dorchester that makes outstanding chicken and Caribbean food.
Bukowski Tavern is a bar in Back Bay that looks like a dive but has far better beer than that.
Yeli’s is a great (and cheap) counter-service Dominican place in Jamaica Plain.
Machu Chicken is a casual Peruvian spot in Union Square that makes great chicken, which is good, because otherwise it’d have to change its name.
Roxy’s is a tiny spot in Allston with some great sloppy sandwiches and burgers.
Dolphin Bay is a tiny Taiwanese spot in Allston that doesn’t have a liquor license, but does have some really good popcorn chicken and wontons.
Tatte is a huge cafe in Harvard Square with great pastries and Middle Eastern specialties.
Bartley's is a casual Harvard Square spot where you can eat a good burger in the same seat Al Pacino once sat in (and maybe also had a good burger).
Pit Stop is a take-out barbecue place on the Dorchester/Mattapan line with great ribs and other barbecue standards.
Charlie's Kitchen is a diner, beer garden, and punk bar all rolled into one in Harvard Square.