- The Scene
Standing in stark contrast to the Fenway area's numerous beery sports bars and college dives, Audubon provides area residents and less jocular Sox fans with a stylish, and affordable, drinking and dining option. The minimalist interior evokes European chic, thanks to lots of deep woods and black accents--it's similar to sister establishments Middlesex Lounge and Cambridge, 1. Pleasant waitresses deliver pitchers of American microbrews from the angular bar.
Perfect for post-game noshing, the menu features several inventive appetizers and sandwiches. Top starters include lightly fried pot stickers (served in a Chinese takeaway carton) and a roasted vegetable quesadilla with cilantro sour cream. The affordable sandwich list contains several pressed options (green apple and Brie) and a juicy, locally renowned burger. After 4pm, a troika of entrees are served--try the grilled tuna steak with banana salsa.
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