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Beef stew nirvana

Posted by Katie Johnston Chase November 2, 2007 02:19 PM

It's not often that the memory of one delicious bite of food at a bar stays in your head all week long. But that's what happened when I tried the beef stew at the Druid in Inman Square last Friday night. It was so tender and flavorful, everybody at the table was drooling over it. And that's not to say the herby hamburgers and well-cooked steak and garlicky spinach weren't tasty, because they were -- exceptional for bar food, in fact. It's just that it's not often that beef stew causes so much excitement. Go get yourself a bowl and see if you're not dreaming about it too.

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