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Review of: Slow Club
By: Avery Glasser
Rating: 4
Read review on Judy’s Book.

The Slow Club is my office’s default lunch spot… not to say that it isn’t a great place, just that when we want to go out but can’t decide where to go, we always end up heading there.

The staff is always nice, and the beer selection is well thought out – recently there has been a beer from Speakeasy, one from Drake’s and at least one from Anchor. Recently it was Prohibition, Blonde and Liberty Ale, along with Guinness, something from Full Sail and one last one that I cannot recall.

The burgers, always solid, come well prepared and cooked to the requested level of “done-ness” and the fries are fantastic. A recent sausage sandwich was excellent, and the grilled flatbreads range from good to amazing depending on the toppings. Even the olive oil and italian bread they start you off with are better than average.

Why only four stars? As much as I like the place, there are occasional consistency issues. The quality dropped in the fall with what might have been a change with the chef but is getting back to its old days of glory. If everything stays consistent for the next quarter, I might bump it up to a full five stars.

Recommended for lunch. Good luck finding parking.

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