We've been rounding up our favorite budget lunch spots in different neighborhoods around town (See the complete list at the end of the post).
Photo by Brooke Viggiano You'll find lunch specials on enchiladas and more at our No. 5 pick.
Today, we're moving onto the bar-and-restaurant-packed Washington Corridor. With favorites like BRC Gastropub, Coppa Ristorante, and Max's Wine Dive, there are plenty of great dining options here. We certainly love all of those places, but we're looking to lunch for a bit less.
Here's our list of the best cheap (less than $10) lunch spots that this area has to offer:
Note: For purposes of this post, the Washington Avenue Corridor is defined as the strip of Washington running from Westcott to Studemont, with a few blocks north or south on either side. Anything further west of Westcott we'd consider Rice Military; anything further east of Studemont we'd consider the Old Sixth Ward.
Honorable Mention: Los Dos Amigos, for their home-style Tex Mex and standout cheese enchiladas, Polovina Italian Café, for their $7.95 3-course lunch specials, and The Counter, for build-your-own burgers and solid fries.More »