Penned by Dave, an EatSalem contributor.
If he is not in his backyard in relentless pursuit of the perfect brisket, pulled pork or tri tip, he can likely to be found at a Junior Hockey game somewhere in the Pac NW. Follow him on Twitter @oldscud
The wife ordered the MOB. It was shredded or pulled roast beef with cheese (provolone, I think), sautéed mushrooms and onions and some type of aioli served up in a very fresh French roll. I did take a sample bite and it too was delicious!! All the wife would say was “awesome”!! This was our first experience with Fire ‘n Slice and I think we may become frequent flyers.
The Fire ‘n Slice Gourmet Kitchen will be at b2 Taphouse 5 days a week, Thursday through Monday, during the winter.
A word on the taphouse. Although technically a growler filling station, b2 Taphouse is much more than that. There is a community lounge up front with some comfortable chairs, a couch, big screen tv and tables and a small bar in the back which features about 30 tap handles. There is a great variety of fresh craft beers and ciders available here. Bring a growler and take some to go. Perfect for parties, picnics or enjoying at home. Every time we have visited here it’s been a great experience. The owners are pretty awesome people and the atmosphere is always upbeat with positive energy. I love coming here!
For those not in the know, a growler is a reusable half gallon glass jug that can be refilled with fresh
draft beer, to go. When purchasing a growler there is a one-time fee for the jug, then it’s yours to keep forever. Fill it up over and over with any beer you choose. Once opened, the beer will usually stay fresh for 2-3 days. A growlette is a 32 ounce glass jug which I prefer over the larger growler. I can buy a few of them and have a little variety.
B2 Taphouse website
11am - 9pm
11am - 10pm
4336 Commercial St. SE #150
Salem, OR 97302
T / 503.991.5369