This is the place for a down-to-earth, value for the money sandwich in Boston. You can't go wrong with their tried and true menu, everything I've had or heard about has been spot on.
Depending on who's cooking their alfredo sauce is pretty good. They have good pizza, good pasta dishes and I've never had the noodles soggy. Nice selection on the menu, beyond the typical pizza shop fare.
Andrew House is an okay place, decent pizza and subs at a decent price ... but they've added delivery charges that sneak up on you. Still, not a bad place.
Either before or after a show or a game at the Boston Garden, you have to stop at Half Time Pizza. The pies are huge with terrific crust and sauce, loads of toppings (without being over the top). The kids love it, I love it, what more do you need?
New York style pizza cut into big slices and served piping hot for short money. A great place to stop when you're out walking. And, they are open for breakfast now, but I haven't tried that yet.
This pizza has good crust and a good sauce. The day I tried it some of our pizzas were burnt, but I've been assured by my friend that was not normal.
World is a seafood wholesaler with a take-out counter. Good size portions for their fish-and-chips and other meals at market-value. You won't go wrong with this.
Amrhein's is a dark-wood and leather sort of restaurant, not the sort of place I would bring the kids. Went there for lunch, the food was good but pricey. A nice place to go out with friends.
If you need French Toast for breakfast, Mul's Diner is the place to go in Boston. A breakfast there will stick to your ribs and get you going for the day, good coffee too. One warning, no credit cards accepted so bring cash or use the ATM machine at the entrance (for a fee).
A little place in Somerville, up the road from Sullivan Square. This little restaurant serves an honest meal for an honest price. I'll go back when I'm in the neighborhood.