65 Salem St
If you're new to Boston, you need to try the lobster roll at Pauli's, North End! They serve generous amount of lobsters over a warm toasted buttery bread.
244 Newbury St
Great place to stop for lunch! Fresh and creative sandwiches. Yummy fries with TONS of dipping sauce choices. Great homemade lemonade too. Try the Rude Boy (it isn't in the menu - secret "wich")
P S Gourmet Coffee
106 Dorchester St
PS Gourmet has some of the best coffee and breakfast sandwiches in Boston! They have flavors like sugar cookie, which are roasted in the beans rather than sugary syrups.
134 Salem St
A 24 hour bakery, I repeat a 24 HOUR BAKERY! Grab a deluxe size cannoli, a fresh baguette for dinner, or a delicious calzone for a late night snack. What's more? You can even get your deli meat here!
Bricco Salumeria & Pasta Shop
11 Board Aly
Next to Bricco tucked in an alleyway is Bricco Panetteria. Enjoy the freshest bread and deli meats. Also try one of their $7 subs which are guaranteed to fill you up!
12 Farnsworth St.
BLTs and brioche galore! Try the fiery hot chocolate and sticky pecan rolls. Can't go wrong with any sandwiches either...
Pret A Manger
101 Arch St
Pret is a chain but it's fantastic! Healthy and yummy food if you're on the go. This downtown crossing location is a great one!
Archie's New York Deli
101 Arch St
This place is a hangover staple when it comes to breakfast. You can NEVER go wrong with the Yahoo Bacon. Fried egg, hash brown, cheese, bacon on a English muffin... Need I say more???
Al's South Street Cafe
179 Essex St
I'm new to the city and am trying out new places. Stopped by here for quick bite after an interview. The sandwich was huge and I couldn't finish it in one seating. It was so delicious!
67 Prince St
The best Italian sub I ever had in my life Monica's in the northend boston #sandwich
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