Food & Drink

5 Boston sliders you need to eat this weekend

Published On 09/11/2014 Published On 09/11/2014
Lincoln Tavern
Ashmont Grill
Lucky's Lounge
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1. Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant 425 W Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127 (South Boston)

A modern, yet classic American pub in Southie, Lincoln Tavern whips up decadent dishes like bacon and butternut squash pizza, oven braised short ribs with truffled mac 'n' cheese, and, for brunch, a memorable smoked prime rib hash. To wash it all down, make sure to check out the 40+ bottles/drafts, creative cocktail selection, or (if you're really thirsty) the 1.5 liter prosecc o "Bucket of Bubbles."

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2. Ashmont Grill 555 Talbot Ave, Dorchester, MA 02124 (Dorchester)

This neighborhood grill joint boasts a sweet patio and fresh takes on American classics.

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3. Lucky's Lounge 355 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210 (Financial Dist Waterfront)

During the early days of the Fort Point renaissance, Lucky’s opted for out-of-the-way-no-sign-having coolness in this red, plush '50s-esque lounge. Even cooler: there’s FREE shuttle service to Lucky's from anywhere in South Boston!

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4. minibar 51 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116 (Back Bay)

Inside Minibar, it IS a small world after all. They take pride in making satisfying small plates with big flavors, and their sliders make a compelling case. They source New England beef for their Mini Burgers, and top them off with Vermont sharp cheddar and spicy aioli. Super bonus: from 5pm-7pm, Monday through Thursday, they’re $2 each while they last.

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5. Church Restaurant & Nightclub 69 Kilmarnock St, Boston, MA 02215 (Fenway Kenmore)

Because you enjoy both eating chili and making chefs feel good about themselves, don't miss this tequila-sponsored culinary throwdown during which you'll get to do both of your aforementioned favorite things: 1) sample seven chilis from seven Fenway area chefs (including Tiffani Faison, John Rush, Michael Schlow, etc.), and 2) make one of them get to point at the others and shout "in yo' face!" by helping pick the winning recipe.