BOSTON (CBS) – With tax day coming up, many people dining out may be looking to save a few dollars. The Phantom Gourmet’s Dan Andelman went out in search of some meal deals.
At “The Avenue” in Allston, every item on the menu costs way less than ten dollars, and on Mondays, they offer one of the city’s juiciest burgers for a buck.
“New Brothers” in Danvers is a cafeteria-style eatery serving up big value on dishes like Greek moussaka, roast pork dinners, and hand-carved turkey clubs.
For an Italian-style feast with big portions and small prices, “Gennaro’s” in Quincy is a good place to stretch your dining dollar. Some popular dishes are the toasted ravioli, frutti di mare and even a grilled New York sirloin, all well south of twenty dollars.
Remember, tax day is actually the seventeenth this year, so you have a couple extra days to eat well and save big.