On Thursday, October 13th the Boston Bar Association will hold its 2011 Annual Meeting Luncheon at the Westin Copley Place. In addition to the speeches, awards and reception, the event will (of course) feature lunch. We know where you will be eating lunch on the 13th, but BBA Week is curious where (and/or what) our members like to eat on a normal day, so we asked:

"What do you like to eat for lunch?? "

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Anthony Fitzpatrick – Duane Morris
"This year, I have become a big fan of the food trucks and carts on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, in particular Clover (near South Station), Lefty’s Silver Cart (at the intersection of Atlantic and Congress), and Beantown Franks ‘n Spuds (near the Aquarium).  The food is great, and you have the added bonus of being able to eat outdoors.  All in all, one of the great collateral benefits of the Big Dig!"

Julie Pruitt Barry – Nutter McClennen & Fish
"While the firm is now spoiled for choice out here at the Seaport with all the new restaurants, my favorite lunch when I have business at the Land Court or Appeals Court in Pemberton Square is the Original Gyros and Spanikopita right from the oven at ZO’s Contemporary Greek Cuisine. Always freshly made to order and delicious!"

Kevin Peters – Arrowood Peters
"You can't beat Al's for a sub, or Sultan's Kitchen for just about anything.  These days, however, it’s frozen Lean Cuisine."  

Dara Lynn Sheehan Freytag - O'Neill & Neylon
"When we have an office lunch, I always order a house salad with basil marinated tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and yellowfin tuna in olive oil from Domenics on Main Street in Waltham.  If I am making my own lunch and I am in the mood for a sandwich, I use Udi’s whole grain gluten free bread, homemade chicken breast, lettuce, tomato and mayo.  My sandwich lunch is not complete without some Lundberg sea salt rice chips and a few clementines!"

Donald Parker – Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton
"It is a very guilty pleasure but the hot pastrami and swiss cheese sandwich with fries at our local Rebecca's is just not to be missed.  While being in the suburbs is great - free parking and no Boston traffic - I do miss the variety of lunches downtown, Chinatown, etc."

Russell Beck – Beck Reed Riden
"Anything that doesn't bite me first. "