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mike0989 | Mar 26, 201806:50 AM    

We tried Taste, located on Broad St, for the first time last weekend. It is an interesting concept. The have an extensive list of slider, mac and cheese, salads, and sides that can be purchased at a set price, depending on how many items you order. We both went with the sliders. They were a bit bigger than I expected, the buns being roughly 3”–4” on a side. They were also quite good. I opted for the Baja, Benny and Black & Blue. The Mrs ordered two of the same. Flavors were very good and not too much bun to fillings. We also got a side of skinny fries to share. These appeared to be from fresh cut potatoes and were crisped up nicely. Beer selection is a good range of craft beers in bottles with a selection on tap as well.

https://www.taste2900.com/

TASTE! craft eatery
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