Remington’s US Map & Phone & Address

124 Boylston St. Boston; (617) 574-9676 This venerable theater district restaurant is one of the few places in the area where you can have a full dinner or late night snack that isn’t overpriced or over-trendy. It’s a casual, comfortable place with dining rooms on two levels, and since they serve food until midnight, it’s good for before or after the show.

Start off with appetizers, like nachos with cheese and chili ($4.50), marinated chicken wings ($4.95), and a platter of cheese, fresh fruit, and French bread ($4.50). There are lots of soups and salads to choose from, such as a crock of French onion soup bubbling with cheese ($2.95). The Basic Burger is $5, but for just 500 more you can add cheddar, American, or Swiss cheese and hot sauteed mushrooms or bacon. A hefty corned beef on dark rye ($4.75) and crab-meat salad in a pita pocket ($5.50) are among the other highlights. All of the above come with fries, potato salad, or macaroni salad.

Moving up the scale to entrees, there are many inexpensive choices. Several dinners go for $6.95 to $7.95, including steak tips, broiled schrod, fish and chips, and Hawaiian chicken. Each comes with salad and fries or rice and makes for a full meal.

The building that houses Remington’s was originally a bank. Downstairs you can eat inside the giant vault. It’s nice to know, however, that even amidst chic nightclubs and touristy restaurants, this is one place where you won’t have to break the bank for dinner. The kitchen is open until midnight daily.

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