Best Cheap Eats In Lowell

Best Cheap Eats In Lowell

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Lowell.

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    Their pizza is good, but what's great is their steak tip dinner. If you're local this is a great standby for fast take-out. Food is always ready on time as well. -- Tena Tully via Foursquare
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    Coming soon at Rosie's cafe / peak coffee roasters ...fresh roasted coffee made here at Rosie's -- Rosemarie S. via Foursquare
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    Great lunch option, all food options are hearty and filling. One man show. Come here if you want to support small business and eat well -- Sofia Uz via Foursquare
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    not good service, looked promising from the reviews but didn't seem very authentic or appetizing when the food came out -- Angie Nguyen via Foursquare
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    I had the bacon cheddar burger and it was awesome. My partner had the steak tip dinner and said it was great. -- michael mccabe via Foursquare
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    I now live in Austin, TX where a lot of hippies are populated and I'd expect great vegan restaurants but honestly nothing compares to Life Alive and I'm dying to taste it again. -- Sivim Ly via Foursquare
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    Annie although a little heavy on oil was delish....loved the paleo muffins I got for home -- Shannon Kelleher via Foursquare
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    Okay food and service at best. It seems that "fusion" part applies to seasons, not tastes. Menu was completely out of season -- Sofia Uz via Foursquare
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    Got the beer sampler tonight & had the Godzilla.It was the strangest thing I've tasted & could only take a sip.It's sweet & caramely, but super strong-like a shot. The blueberry ale, pale ale is good! -- Lauren Scire via Foursquare
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    Sunday breakfast/brunch: always crowded, but never a long wait and always delicious! Best diner in Lowell! -- Karoline Z via Foursquare
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    Service is incredibly poor here. You'll sit around waiting for your check for way too long before they remember your table exists. Don't bother. -- Jackie Rozett via Foursquare
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    Andrew Zimmern visited Lowell, MA, the second largest Cambodian population in the US. He ate a Cambodian meal, including rice porridge, crispy intestines and prohak. As seen on Bizarre Foods America. -- Travel Channel via Foursquare
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