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T-accessible good eats?

Hello there, this is my first time posting!
I'm having a two girl friends come up in March and would like suggestions of good places for lunch and dinner. We won't have a car, so everything will need to be T-accessible. We're willing to hike from the stops within reason (as in, within a mile). I'm looking for tried-and-true places that won't break the bank -- as in places that are more hole-in-the-wall than fine dining, although I'm willing to take those suggestions into consideration too.

I'm interested in good seafood, pizza, pasta, sushi, dim sum, burgers, fish and chips, you name it! We eat everything! And maybe some suggestions of low key cocktail bars? (if they exist!)

Thanks in advance!

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  1. t-accesible you have a great deal of options. let us know where you are staying and the options can start closest to where you are. ie if you are staying near downtown you will have great access to all the t lines and possibilities could be endless

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    1. re: cockscomb

      I'm staying nearby the green line on Kenmore, but I'm willing to explore all the lines. Thanks!

    2. Redline:
      Martsa's on Elm (Davis Sq) Tibetan
      Veggie Planet (Harvard Sq) veg pizza
      Asmara's (Central Sq) Eritrean/Ethiopian
      Elephant Walk (between Davis & Porter Sqs)(lunch is less expensive than dinner) French/Cambodian

      1. On the redline:
        Savin Hill Station - CF Donovans, which is directly across from station
        Broadway Station - Amhreins, St Alphonsos Kitchen
        Charles St Station - Scampo; Toscanos

        1. Green (C) Line:
          Taberna de Haro (great Spanish, fun atmosphere)
          All the Coolidge Corner places like Gari, Shiki, Khao Sarn, Lineage, etc. Search the board for the term Coolidge Corner.

          Green (B) Line:
          Super 88 food court at Packard's Corner (lots of good cheap Asian options)
          All the Allston places, almost too many to count, like Carlo's Cucina, Jo Jo Taipei, Gitlo's, Dok Bua (not actually Allston but only a few blocks over), etc. Search the board for Allston.

          1. green, red (both park st.), orange (downtown crossing) or blue line (gov't center): silvertone on bromfield st.

            green or orange line ( haymarket) original pizzeria regina's