Go for the bagels. Seriously. With six locations in the city, you’re bound to be near one to experience their bagels after they’re made in-house. (Check the website for all location addresses.)
Yeah, Haymarket is a T stop, but we’re talking about the actual MARKET set up outside the Haymarket T stop on Fridays and Saturdays from sunrise until sundown. The cheapest fruits and vegetables around!
Get your bread where the North End eateries get theirs. You probably wouldn’t look twice, but a narrow walkway nestled between two restaurants on Hanover Street leads to a staircase down to a huge selection of freshly baked breads. You’ll face a decision between multiple types of Ciabatta and Baguette loaves, among other selections.
A Cantonese place so legit, it’s underground and you need to ask for a fork. The food is amazing and it’s open ’til 3am, making for a perfect last stop after the clubs on weekends.
All-you-can-eat hard shell tacos for $9?!? #YesPlease. As you’re about to leave, you’ll catch yourself devouring cotton candy topped with Pop Rocks (on the house).