20. The Irish Dip From Maguires Hill 16
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We're counting down our top 100 favorite dishes. Click here for a full archive. If you have any nominations of your own, email them here. There are plenty of good reasons to visit Fort Lauderdale's Maguires Hill 16 Irish pub and eatery. Go to celebrate the day off that you scored after being excused from jury duty. Go on your lunch break to pound an Irish Car Bomb and congratulate yourself for not calling in sick again. Go for the Irish Dip.
This simple sandwich is composed of toasted French bread stuffed with heaping piles of tender roast beef served with a side of au jus. What's the difference between the Irish Dip and a French Dip? Nothing, but the briny au jus at Maguires is positively magical. Order the dip with a shot of Jameson to numb the aching pain you'll experience as you sop up the last bit of au jus with your final crust of bread.
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