Power Lunch

Where thrifty financiers invest their lunch money

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ust a minute’s walk from the much costlier fare of Quincy Market hides the tiny lunch spot where Financial District types know to find great huge sandwiches at low prices. Look for the line under the big green banner that marks Al’s State Street Café. (There are also outposts on South Street and in Harvard Square and Woburn.) If you can’t find it by following the hypnotizing scent of fresh-baked bread, simply look for the line under the big green banner. But don’t worry: The sandwich-makers here are as fast as they are talented, and you’ll be in and out in minutes. Try the State Street Café Special, Al’s twist on a mozzarella, tomato, and basil sandwich, topped with prosciutto, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Moskal

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No less than a quarter of all mutual-fund assets in the United States are managed in Boston’s Financial District, more than in any other city outside New York, Tokyo, and London.

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