This week we got to review the Liberty Bell Roast Beef which has several locations through out greater Boston through the North Shore. The sandwiches were tender and the fried pickles are a must!
We paired this with the Allagash Black, a dark Belgian style beer with a heavy sweet finish.
About the Liberty Bell:
The restaurant, located at 420 Boston Road across from the Town Common, opened its doors on Monday, June 21 to a rush of customers waiting to try the newest menu of Billerica, according to owner and manager Manolis Lantzakis. Within the first week alone, the restaurant served up 2,500 orders. Liberty Bell opened in 1975 at the original location in South Boston and has since expanded to surrounding communities, Liberty Bell is a family-owned, family-run restaurant dedicated to serving up the finest quality of foods available. The menu offers something for everyone and includes roast beef, seafood, pizza, calzones, sandwiches, and subs. We offer the freshest quality foods that are available. Everything is cooked on the premises and everything is cooked to order so nothing is cooked ahead of schedule. All of our recipes have been handed down through my family through the generations and everything is homemade. We are not a huge chain restaurant and we ensure the highest quality of every order that we serve. It really is a one of a kind restaurant.
Liberty Bell: http://libertybellbillerica.com/
About Allagash Black:
Allagash Black is a Belgian style stout brewed with 2 Row barley, torrified wheat, oats, both roasted and chocolate malt and a generous portion of dark caramelized candi sugar. The silky mouth feel is a great balance to the roasted character, coffee and dark chocolate notes expressed throughout this beer.
- Description: Belgian Style Stout
- ABV: 7.5%
- Profile: Dark, Roasted, Chocolate
- Serving Temperature: 40°-50°F
- Availability: Year Round
- Package: 750ml bottle, 5.17 gallon keg, 15.5 gallon keg
- Ideal Within: One Year
Allagash Black: http://www.allagash.com/beer/year-round/black