A Southie favorite for over 20 years, this bare-bones diner might not look like much, but its plates are craveable, solid examples of classic diner cooking. Of the served-all-day breakfast, the corned beef hash is the obvious star—crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, it’s served up on a monster platter alongside two eggs, home fries and toast. Also look for anything made with linguica, the Portuguese sausage popularized by Massachussetts’ large expat population—we’re partial to the fluffy linguica omelette with cheese.
|Venue name:||Galley Diner|
11 P St
|Cross street:||E 1st St|
|Opening hours:||Sat-Thu 7am-2pm|