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Best Sliders in Boston?

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What restaurant or bar has the best sliders in the Boston area? I tend to order sliders (which are mini-cheeseburgers, by the way) at Cambridge Common between Porter Square and Harvard Square, but don't recall having them at too many other dining spots around Boston. Any suggestions for places that have good ones? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 2/23/09 by hiddenboston)


Mr. Saucy wrote:
We've always enjoyed the sliders at the Cheesecake Factory, believe it or not.
Just last week, we were at the Sunset Cantina across from BU's Agganis Arena and had the sliders there and they were pretty good.
We also enjoy the French Dip sliders at the British Beer Company.
(Posted on 2/23/09)

Rob Sama wrote:
There are no sliders, as in thin, griddled/steamed burgers along the lines of White Castle, available in the Boston area.
(Posted on 4/27/09)

MC Slim JB wrote:
Sama's right: nobody does a version you could eat a dozen of. There's a still-too-large but tasty version done at the Blarney Stone in Dorchester.
(Posted on 5/1/09)

ma wrote:
If you are referring to "sliders" as mini burgers, Lucky's on Congress St. makes some good ones. They make regular mini burgers and usually have a daily special.
(Posted on 5/1/09)

kmm wrote:
Clarke's has the best sliders ever! They come with pickles and au jus and are second to none.
(Posted on 11/8/10)

Nick wrote:
I hear 21st Amendment has good sliders.
(Posted on 11/8/10)

RondaB4 wrote:
Best sliders in Boston = Lucky's in Southie. Worst = Jerry Remy's Bar & Grill in Fenway (nasty, overcooked hockey pucks).
(Posted on 11/8/10)

Jonno wrote:
Try the mini burgers at the Garden at the Cellar. They're very tasty!
(Posted on 3/11/12)


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