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Matt Murphy's Featured in Esquire

2/20/2008 03:19:00 PM
The latest issue of Esquire had a feature on the best sandwiches in America. I love reading about restaurants in magazines, gives me an excuse to try out a new restaurant. Only one restaurant in Massachusetts made their list and that was Matt Murphy's of Brookline. Here's what Esquire had to say:

Lamb Sirloin

Matt Murphy’s Brookline, Massachusetts

In a land teeming with trite Irish pubs, Matt Murphy’s stands alone: no Gaelic street signs, no U2 poster, no “Molly Bloom Mozzarella Stix.” But this hits you like a Joycean epiphany: sirloin, cooked until it dissolves on the crusty potato bread, and pickles, daubed with sweet relish and a sauce bearing the faintest rumor of mint.

Now, any list of "Best Sandwiches" that includes McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A is a little suspicious to me, but given the chance, I will make my way down to Matt Murphy's and try the Lamb Sirloin.

For those of you out there reading, any favorites that you'd recommend? I'm a big fan of the Sedona Chicken Sandwich at the Cottonwood Cafe and any sandwich served at the Publick House in Brookline.

Click (here) to scroll through the rest of Esquire's Sandwich Winners. There's a few in CT and one in Maine if you're looking to make a sandwich roadtrip tour - which actually sounds like a pretty fun idea. This coming from a guy who's driven to Philly to have a cheesesteak and also driven to New Jersey to have a certain Rutgers food truck sandwich that shall remain nameless so that I don't offend anyone.


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1 Response to "Matt Murphy's Featured in Esquire"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Pastrami at Sam LaGrassas downtown. Meaty, sweet, and almost too big to eat.

    Posted on 2/21/08, 10:14 AM

     
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