East Boston restaurants

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    Dough is a great spot.  The sandwiches are awesome! Try the Vermonter. it's a wonderful mix of turkey, bacon, red onion, with sundried tom mayo, green apple and smoked gouda. Weird mixture that some how works. My wife loves the chicken czar pizza
     
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    [QUOTE]Dough is a great spot.  The sandwiches are awesome! Try the Vermonter. it's a wonderful mix of turkey, bacon, red onion, with sundried tom mayo, green apple and smoked gouda. Weird mixture that some how works. My wife loves the chicken czar pizza
    Posted by shells78[/QUOTE]

    I agree, but there is precious little parking down there and their delivery time is a little longer than others, don't you think?
     
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    "...restaurants and bars that represent the rich diversity of Eastie?"
     
    Can I suggest that Eastie's "diverse" restaurants invest in sidewalk sandwich boards and large print menus for their windows?  I sometimes see places I would like to try but do not go in.  I think it would be insulting to the proprietor and embarrassing to the potential patron to walk out of a place once you saw a menu and realized it is not a place for you.
     
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    Is Jevelis still there?   I used to love that place, family style, warm friendly atmosphere, of course this was 20+ years ago!

     
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    [QUOTE]Is Jevelis still there?   I used to love that place, family style, warm friendly atmosphere, of course this was 20+ years ago!
    Posted by robingirl[/QUOTE]

    Indeed it is still there, still run by the same family, and still using the same recipes.  You should go back!  Sometimes, you CAN "go home again."
     
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    Ecco is a great spot in Eastie!
     
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    I love Italian Pizza Express, the owners are very friendly and the food is delicious!

    I also enjoy an occasional visit to Cafe 303, I find the prices are a little high for the area, but the brunch is fantastic.

    Also during the Summer, Scup's in the Harbor is one of my favorite spots.

    All in Jeffries Point
     
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    I had lunch today at the Santarpio's in Peabody..really some of the best pizza I've had and I am pretty fussy when it comes to pizza.
     
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