Sub Standard

Where to go for bargain subs the others strive to match

Sal'sLunch_nightPhoto: Susan Ogan

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orth End restaurants can be pricey, but Sal’s Lunch is a great, conveniently located spot for a quick bite on a budget. A small sub shop with a regular and devoted local clientele, this little hole in the wall exudes the kind of neighborly charm you just don’t get at a chain or tourist restaurant. Order the steak-and-cheese sub with the works and discover what real meat is supposed to taste like, perfectly cooked, and with a generous amount of cheese. Enos

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The North End was originally Boston’s wealthiest neighborhood, and Beacon Hill one of its poorest.

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