According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, humans cannot attain self-actualization without first tending to such basic physiological needs as water, sleep, and sandwiches. Achieve overall fulfillment with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American fare at Sweet Caroline's.
Though the flat-screens and state-of-the-art sound system are decidedly modern, Sweet Caroline's pays homage to classic taste with a menu of house-made, tried-and-true American comfort fare, an earthy space cut out of reclaimed farm wood, and a 17' x 41' vertical garden reminiscent of the Green Monster at nearby Fenway Park. The philly-cheesesteak egg rolls preface bigger portions with shaved steak and red bell peppers lounging in a melty bed of american and provolone cheeses ($8.99).
Sandwich sages stuff portobello mushrooms, roasted eggplants and red peppers, buffalo mozzarella, and pesto between two halves of a bulkie roll separated at birth ($10.99). The Reuben burger ($11.99) fuses two traditional dishes into one pub supergroup, and oven-roasted haddock ambushes unsuspecting taste buds with a helping of fresh lobster meat ($15.99). The 4,000-square-foot space constructed from illustrious, reclaimed farm wood houses 11 flat-screen televisions and, in a towering vertical garden, three 100" projection screens that roll out for big games.
Inside the multi-level restaurant, Sweet Caroline's servers tote plates of handcrafted American fare from chef Joshua Smith's American gastro-pub menu. Sandwiches include Caroline's grass-fed bacon cheeseburger on a brioche bun, while larger plates feature pan-seared salmon filets with spring pea puree. The full bar exemplifies the restaurant's rustic, yet modern décor with its reclaimed barn-wood accents and flat-screen, high-definition TVs.