There is a thread on Chowhound with a bunch of recommendations.
I used to have it at Pizzeria Rico on Bromfield in Downtown Crossing all the time and they still have it! And you can't beat their prices.
Oh goody, goody. Next time we're in Boston we'll have to go to Pizzeria Rico.
There's even a link to RecipeZaar on the Chowhound site in case I get ambitious and actually try to make it. The recipe calls for two cans of tomato soup...ha, ha, ha...sometimes you just get a yearning for the food of your childhood tho....
I had American Chop Suey at a place in Watertown (10 miles outside of Boston) called the Half Way Café located just west of Watertown Square. Great dish served as a special on Thursdays (I think Thursday). They have a nightly special for $7.00, not sure if it is a standard menu item. Chop Suey just like Mom made with hot garlic bread.
In addition, best Macaroni’n Cheese… Silvertones in Boston on Bromfield St (next to the Omni Parker Hotel on Tremont St). Very good if that is what you like.
If you can find an old fashioned deli/lunch place they often have this on the menu. One example downtown is the Deli One on Arch Street. I would guess they have it about every 3rd day . . . if you were walking by there.
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