Angela’s has a large menu of Mexican staples and a full liquor license, the latter of which is a rarity in East Boston. For dinner, the prices are unjustifiably higher than other places in the neighborhood, so you should just come for brunch. There’s always a line on the weekends, and the 27-minute wait is arguably worth it for the chilaquiles. The other dishes are fine, but we think there are better spots to go to for brunch.
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