Eat This: The Slider Inn’s Lobster Roll
I know that you probably want to try the sliders at the brand new Slider Inn, but I have to recommend that on at least one trip, you skip the sliders and go for the lobster roll.
The roll isn’t really a roll so much as it is a bunch of lobster salad on a giant, folded piece of Texas Toast-style bread. It’s apparently a New England thing. The Slider Inn’s owner, Aldo, told me that they only use Maine lobster and import the bread. It comes with a mountain of fries, a pickle, and some spicy mayo (which I dipped my fries in – the sandwich was pretty good on its own).
At $15.99, it’s the priciest thing at the Slider Inn (which sort of rules it out of my regular diet), but it’s the sort of thing that makes for a good special occasion meal.
The Slider Inn is having their grand opening (and unveiling of their full menu) tonight. They’re open daily for lunch and nightly for dinner and drinking.
The Slider Inn