Monday, April 26, 2010

Billy's Sub Shop

Although it is not be hard to find a restaurant with good food in Boston, it may be impossible to find one with reasonable prices. But there is no need to worry about spending outrageous money on food anymore because Billy’s Sub Shop might solve all your problems. Located on one of Boston’s busiest streets, in the heart of the hectic South End, this small breakfast and lunch restaurant has something that can please everyone’s appetite. With authentic, homemade food and huge portions, this small business is known as one of Boston’s most inexpensive places to eat. While it is often overlooked because of its small worn out sign and dining area, Bostonians are missing out on this delicious opportunity.

Whether you show up at 10 in the morning or 3 in the afternoon, breakfast is served all day. For only $3.75, you can have one of Billy’s favorites, a plate of 9’’ buttery, golden, fluffy pancakes that have been made from scratch. With the option of eating them plain, with chocolate chips or blueberries, their rich, soft flavor topped with powdered sugar and maple syrup, will leave you asking for more. Also, for the same price, you can have 6 slices of delicious, soft-battered French toast. If you’re looking for the typical American breakfast, for only $2.75, you can have an overfull plate of 2 eggs, any style, toast and home fries. If you’re looking for more, have 3 eggs for an additional $.75 and add a side of crispy bacon, savory ham or juicy sausage links for only $1.75. For a less than $5, Billy’s will please you with the taste and price of your breakfast.

If you’re not in the mood for some breakfast, there is an abundant selection of lunch items. Their large one size sub for a set price of $6.25 is one of Billy’s prized features. You can choose anywhere from the typical chicken cutlet, to the gyro or even the chicken kebab on pita, all for the same price. Billy’s also has special lunch items that vary by the day. One day you may find a delicious plate of American Chop Suey for $8.25, while on other days they may have a $9.25 Turkey dinner, which includes turkey, stuffing, corn, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce. Also, Billy’s has a soup of the day, such as the hearty beef vegetable soup or the aromatic, vegetarian Lentil soup for only $2.95. Next time you’re in the neighborhood and are running low on cash, stop by Billy’s Sub Shop and experience one of Boston’s best, cheap restaurants.

Billy’s is located on 57 Berkley Street. It is opened seven days a week, Monday through Friday from 6 A.M.-4 P.M., Saturday from 7 A.M.-4 P.M. and Sundays from 8 A.M.- 2 P.M.

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