Stopped in to eat here with a friend and her parents in between the double header. Started with the usual delicious grilled tuscan bread and white bean paste app which didn't last long (not due to portion, rather hungry diners).
My friend's mom also ordered the petite lamb chops or something like that as an app. I split one of the 3 pieces with my friend. Very tasty, perfect ratio of fat to meat, the grill taste was strong.
Her dad ordered the pressed reuben which comes atop a small field green salad. He said it was pretty good; I didn't try it.
Her mom had the pressed brie, sliced apple, and watercress sandwich, also atop a salad. She's French and a big fan or cheese and had a huge smile on her face while eating. I didn't try it.
My friend, who was starving, had the jerky turkey which appeared to be a piece of turkey breast with jerk seasonings, grilled and served on a roll. She ate it all, so I guess it couldn't have been too bad.
I had their burger, medium rare with bleu cheese. Man, that was some burger. I'll say it could give Tim's a run for the money as one of the better burgers in Boston. And they didn't skimp on the bleu, there was a lot of it. Add in the homestyle potatos and the home-made (?) spicy ketchup and I was in heaven.
With 3 beers, the total came to $60 or so before tip.