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Boston: Max & Dylan’s


Location:
15 West Street
Boston

http://www.maxanddylans.com/

Running errands one day in Boston, it was inevitable that our hunger pangs would set in. We were able to scope out a couple of places finally deciding upon Max & Dylan’s. It may have had something to do with the quaint bookstore beside it, The Brattle Book Shop, which seemed to me, something out of the Harry Potter books, which I happen to be re-reading at the moment.

Max and Dylan’s also had two high tables by the open windows at the front, which always works in favour of choosing a lunch place.

And.

They had Guinness on tap.

Albeit small portions, the food was quite tasty.

Turkey Sliders with cranberry chutney and Jack cheese.

Fried Haddock Sandwich with cheddar cheese and scallion leek tartar sauce.

And. Did I mention Guinnes on tap?

I liked the ambiance, and they filled up quickly for lunch.

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Discussion

4 thoughts on “Boston: Max & Dylan’s

  1. oh, turkey sliders? wow, looks so good!

    Posted by Jacqueline | August 16, 2011, 01:46
  2. those fries look like just what i need:)

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    Posted by Twirly Skirts | August 15, 2011, 17:14
  3. I agree with both of you guys. I love their sliders and fish sandwich. I’m starvin’ now!

    Posted by Marvin | August 14, 2011, 17:31
  4. i’m also diving into the harry potter books as of late! 🙂 i’m not big on hamburgers anymore, but the haddock sandwich + turkey sliders have me drooling!!

    Posted by dawn | August 13, 2011, 21:10

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