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Cheap Restaurants in Boston

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My dad and I will be in Boston for two days in August and I am finding a lot of great restaurant suggestions in the forums, but they are a little out of our price range and atmosphere.

I am looking for some hole-in-the wall places that have great food, but won't drain the wallet. We love all types of food. No sports bars or steak and potato places (we can get that here in KS).

Think Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (Guy's show on Food Network). I've already perused their list.

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