Dagwood Has Got Nothin’ on These Sandwiches for #Inbound14
Parish Café and Bar
361 Boylston Street, Boston, MA
Distance from Convention Center: 12 min. cab ride or 2.2 mi.
Are you looking for a different lunch spot at Inbound? Have you ever eaten a four-star sandwich? At Parish Café, you can. All sandwiches on the menu were created by renowned local Boston chefs. The Parish Cafe, named after the Parish Café in owner Gordon Wilcox’s favorite book Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, opened in 1992 and has been a Back Bay staple for discerning Bostonian sandwich lovers ever since.
You can dive into one of the beef sandwiches, The Campbell, created by Scott Hebert, chef and owner of Troquet. The Campbell is loaded with soy and ginger marinated, grilled veal flank on a toasted baguette with Romaine lettuce, sliced tomato, pickled red onions, cilantro mayo, avocado puree and topped with fresh cilantro sprigs.
Or maybe your taste buds will lead you to one of the Comfort Classics on the menu, like the Mexican Meatball created by Brian Poe, the executive chef of Rattlesnake Bar & Grill and the Tip Tap Room. Or one of the Seafood selections: the Spicy Tuna Burger conjured up by Tim Cushman, excecutive chef and owner of o ya.
Vegetarians aren’t left out of this menu. The Elephant Walking on Eggs “Sandwich from the Mountain” features three New England eggs sautéed with an assortment of julienned vegetables and fresh goat cheese serve omelette style on a French baguette.
But don’t let your love of sandwiches blindside you away from the 125 beers on the menu. As a matter of fact, if you order every beer on the menu within six months, you can complete your “Mug Club” membership and drink from your own 25 oz. beer mug every time you visit. Honestly, there probably won’t be time to fulfill your membership obligations during the week of Inbound but, hey, it can’t hurt to try.
The Parish, named after the Parish Café in owner Gordon Wilcox’s favorite book Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, opened in 1992 and has been a Back Bay staple for discerning Bostonian sandwich lovers ever since.
Hours: 11:30 AM – 2:00 AM Monday-Saturday
12:00 PM – 2:00 AM Sunday
Full food menu until 1:00 AM nightly.
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