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BM Jan 14, 2002 06:27 PM

Hi! I recently moved to the South Shore (Quincy) and am in search of a great roast beef place-to give you an idea of what I'm looking for, I LOVE Nick's in Beverly, and also Bedford House of Beef in Bedford. Basically looking for some hot roast beef plopped between 2 pieces of bread with some "sauce". Any suggestions?

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    BLT RE: BM Jan 16, 2002 07:18 AM

    I to would be interested. Kellys used to be great they are now so-so.

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      Kevin RE: BM Jan 16, 2002 02:13 PM

      Try The Liberty Bell on Broadway in Southie. Some days it's even better than Nick's!

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        Scott Mccarrick RE: BM Jan 18, 2002 04:10 AM

        Mikes Roast Beef In Everett On Rt. 99

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          chuck s RE: BM Jan 24, 2002 10:01 AM

          I've grown up on Kelley's on Revere Beach and still go there to breathe the salt air and re-live my past. However I've found their roast beef to be overated and tasteless. I have a shrimp roll, or lobster roll, or clams. I stopped at Mike's in Everett the other day and found their roast beef to be very good and you can add a variety of sauces. I had the horseraddish sauce. Very good.

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            C. Fox RE: chuck s Jan 24, 2002 06:10 PM

            BTW, spouse & self had a rather miserable meal at the new Kelley's outlet in Danvers -- dry, tasteless roast beef for him and downright questionable clam roll for me. I don't believe we'll be back. I guess at this point Kelley's is all about the beach. I did enjoy my clams & fries there a few years ago, but maybe it was just the salt air.

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            johnnymac RE: BM May 6, 2002 02:03 PM

            the Prime Rib sandwich at Green Garden (49 River St, Dedham) is the best i've ever had. the only problem is it goes fast, if you're not there by 12:30 you might not get one.

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