Good Cheap RestaurantsAlternatives vary from city to city and from country to country, but cheap restaurants are bound to come up everywhere, where patrons can enjoy cheap food without being deprived of quality. In the United States alone there are many examples, such as the All Star Sandwich Bar in Cambridge St., Boston. This establishment offers hot dogs, hamburgers and tuna melts, as well as more exotic meals, like grilled falafel hamburger with tahini sauce, and pressed muffuletta with spicy fries. Homemade condiments and sides include chips, chutneys, slaws and pickles. Beverages include a few choice beers and wines.
If you are in the mood to celebrate the cultural melting pot that is New York City, you may want to try such cheap restaurants as the Cafe Espanol in Bleecker St. Spanish meals and drinks like gazpacho and sangria abound, and there is also a wide diversity of paellas, including Valenciana with sausage, chicken, seafood and rice. Furthermore, the lobster price are at their lowest on Mondays, a tasty way to start the week. To keep up with the Latin vibe, there is the Buena Vista Bistro in Miami. Variety is the spice of life, and here the menu can change overnight, depending on the ingredients that the chef finds at the market any given morning.
These are just a few examples but, all in all, it should not be too hard to find cheap eats in and around your place of life. All that it takes is a drive or a walk around town, asking friends, reading reviews, and most of all, be willing to try new things in order to find that hidden treasure. Now, if you are out of your stomping grounds, a travel guide may be all you need to find those not so elusive cheap restaurants.
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