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 for just $8.95. 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:||between E 1st and E 2nd Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 7am-2pm|