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BON ME

Everyone likes stuff. New stuff, fresh stuff, old stuff, it's all stuff. At SoWa open market, you're going to find stuff brought to you by the stuff makers themselves (artists, designers, photographers, florists, and more) — the stuffers, if you will. You'll also find Bon Me. They've brought their Vietnamese menu from City Hall to this unique enclave. The signature bánh mì sandwich, which boasts cross-cultural cuisine elements from Vietnam to France, is the perfect accompaniment to your perusing of antique collectibles, indie-designer clothing, original art, and other hand-crafted accessories. The menu ain't long, but for six bucks, the mix-and-match of meats, rice, and noodles is a cheap, easy lunch. Good food and good stuff. Word.

BON ME | City Hall Plaza | Monday–Friday, 11:30 am–3 pm | SOWA Open Market | 10 am–4 pm | 460 Harrison Street | 617.942.1656 | bonmetruck.com

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