1. Saigon Sandwich
ZAGAT: It's cash only so be sure to stop by an ATM first.
ZAGAT: Glee fans can gleek out at Mijita. The show’s second-season will be aired on a 100-inch TV, and there will be $10 sangria pitchers as well as free chips and salsa available during the show.
3. The Barker Tavern
ZAGAT: In the Scituate area? Zagat surveyors rave about the swordfish at this “charming” American.
ZAGAT: Lunch boxes start at $8.50, which includes soup, salad and rice.
ZAGAT: Enjoy a $33 three-course prix fixe menu Sundays–Thursdays ($45 with wine pairings).
6. Nick & Stef's Steakhouse
ZAGAT: Hard-core sports fan like this Garment District resto for its secret door into Madison Square Garden.
7. Otom Restaurant
ZAGAT: Enjoy a selection of $5 cocktails Wednesdays after 5 PM
8. Retro Bistro
ZAGAT: Check out the $16 three-course lunch menu.
9. Yoshi's Cafe
ZAGAT: On Wednesdays wine is offered half price.
10. Lula Café
ZAGAT: Stop by on Mondays for the three-course $28 farm menu.
11. Swordfish Sushi
ZAGAT: Go the last Wednesday of every month for a $35 all-you-can-eat buffet (including sushi).
ZAGAT: Join the frequent diner program to earn points for gift certificates at any venue owned by the KDK Restaurant group.
13. North Pond
ZAGAT: A five-course seasonal tasting menu is offered for $85.
14. 1776 Restaurant
ZAGAT: This New American offers an $18 half-pound fish fry on Fridays, which includes a side and salad.
ZAGAT: If you don’t have a reservation, try the bar.
16. Guelaguetza Restaurant
ZAGAT: Can’t decide among the multitude of moles? Get the sampler.
ZAGAT: Check out Varnish, a speakeasy accessible through the back of the restaurant, for old-fashioned libations.
18. Langer's Delicatessen-Restaurant
ZAGAT: Call ahead for curbside pickup if you’re in a rush.
ZAGAT: The much-lauded Sunday Suppers ($45 per head) are still the best bargain here.
ZAGAT: Check out the happy-hour deals on fresh-fruit cocktails and fancy bar bites.
21. The Original Philippe
ZAGAT: Order the lamb sandwich and get it “double-dipped” for extra au jus goodness.
22. The Blue Room
ZAGAT: The $23 Sunday brunch buffet is “fabulous” at this Eclectic eatery.
ZAGAT: At this “high-quality” French spot, the steak frites are a “must.”
ZAGAT: Try the three-course Sunday brunch for $35.
ZAGAT: Go for “Winesdays” the last Wednesday of every month when $25 buys you wine tastings and hors d’oeuvres.
26. Le P'tit Laurent
ZAGAT: Feast on a traditional French prix fixe at this bistro, which offers three courses for $22, Sunday–Thursday.
27. Zaré at Fly Trap
ZAGAT: Don’t miss “Meatball Mondays,” offering a weekly changing stuffed meatball, accented with herbs, dried fruit and chutney ($25).
ZAGAT: Cozy up by the fireplace and have a half-price bottle (Sunday–Thursday, good for wines under $40) at this Cow Hollow boîte.
29. 1300 on Fillmore
ZAGAT: Have a spirited Sunday at the gospel brunch – with seatings at 11 AM and 1 PM.
ZAGAT: Line up for the “best $5 meal that’s not a burrito” at this Mission Burmese.
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