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I found last year's thread to be very helpful and thought I would get the ball rolling again by sharing a few of my favorite stops from PAX 2014. If this takes off I will compile a spreadsheet of recommendations and edit it in to this post.
Without further ado...
Al's Cafe on State Street - This is far and away the best value meal of PAX. $8.50 gets you a SIXTEEN inch sub sandwich. They do not skimp on the meat and you will probably not be able to finish it in one go. This stretches into two meals for me and at that price it is a no brainer given the alternatives.
Boloco - This is Boston's version of Chipotle, only they have amazing variety: Thai; masala; buffalo; mango salsa; etc... I was so sad to leave Boston last year because it meant no more Boloco.
Hei La Moon - No PAX would be complete without a trip to Chinatown for some dim sum. If you're unfamiliar with dim sum think tapas served by drive-by waiters. The waiters will roll by with strange and unknown carts of food. They let you know what they have, give them a nod, and poof all of a sudden POOF you're neck deep in crispy rooster's feet. Not all of the food is that exotic but there is plenty to try. I am not a very adventurous eater and I loved it. The best part is that it is also very inexpensive. Lunch for two worked out to about $25 including tip last year.