11/08/2012 10:46:00 AM

5 Places to Satisfy Your Slider Cravings in the Boston Area

Kobe beef sliders at Avila
Who doesn’t love sliders. If you don't feel like you can commit to an entire burger, but instead want a something savory you could devour in a bite or two, it's an affordable, ubiquitous solution. Below find five spots we find satisfying, but share in the comments or review on Google+ Local to show where you take care of your slider obsession.

Avila: Sit at the bar and dig into the mini Kobe beef burgers (the beef is sourced from Mass.-based River Rock Ranch) at this Mediterranean in the Theater District. Each beefy morsel is topped with spicy aïoli and onion jam on soft rolls, and warning - you may not want to share ($11; 617-267-4810).

Max and Dylans: At all locations of this laid-back American restaurant, you’ll find mini Kobe beef sliders with a tangy twist, featuring balsamic onions, Gouda and lemon-dressed greens. ($12; 617-423-3600).

The Metropolitan Club: This Chestnut Hill steakhouse offers an east-meets-west version to the dish - two Tokyo Kobe sandwiches slathered with soy, avocado Muenster and pickled onion ($9; 617-731-0600).

Sel de la Terre: Belly up to the bar for the Back Bay locale’s new Bar Bites menu starting at 5 PM, in which the SDLT slider comes dressed with aïoli, lettuce, tomato and pickle, and, at $4 each, how could you not (266-8800).

Temple Bar: This cool Cambridge hangout between Harvard and Porter Squares has a tempting version featuring Snake River Farm Kobe beef sliders dolled up with caramelized onions and smoked tomato aïoli. Makes for a good snack ($12; 617-547-5055).


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