Boston Cheap Eats Tour


Boston is a foodie paradise, and amongst the collection of amazing restaurants, there are also some great options where you can enjoy some amazing Bostonian food on a budget. I head out on a cheap eats tour around Boston to get some delicious food at affordable prices.

1. Quincy Market – Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall Marketplace) is the place to go for food court-style food. Inside Quincy Market is a number of food stalls ranging from barbecue, Japanese, and comfort food to ice cream and seafood. I grab some clam chowder from my favorite place at Quincy Market, Boston Chowda Co., and enjoy it inside a very historic building.

2. Mike’s Pastry and Modern Pastry – Located in Boston’s North End, Mike’s Pastry and Modern Pastry are the places to go for some fresh, authentic Italian cannolis. Both places are very popular, and it is hard to decide which one to go to. On this trip, I check out Mike’s Pastry to get one of its florentine cannolis.

3. Saus – Saus is known for their sandwiches and especially their poutine. I head inside to enjoy some poutine full with French fries, cheese curds, and gravy.

4. El Pelon Taqueria – El Pelon Taqueria is a great stop where you can get some authentic counter-serve Mexican food. From tacos and burritos to tortas, you cannot go wrong with these options. I head to the location in the Fenway/Kenmore neighborhood not far from Fenway Park to try one of their tortas.

5. Tasty Burger – Tasty Burger is a great option for some delicious burgers. It is a place where Bostonians like to go to before or after a Red Sox game, and I head over to the location very close to Fenway Park to try one of their burgers.

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00:00 – Quincy Market
02:51 – Mike’s Pastry and Modern Pastry
05:34 – Saus
06:45 – El Pelon Taqueria
08:40 – Tasty Burger



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