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Dillon's Restaurant Review: This space was once the burger-slinging Division Sixteen before reinventing itself as the Indochine chic Bar Code. Today, the cavernous Dillon’s, next to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and fire station on Boylston Street, pays thematic homage to the swinging gin joints of the Prohibition Era, though overall it's more geared towards comfort fare. The watering hole caters to the drinking hordes on weekends, who come in before ball games, while others flock here for the wide-ranging menu, which includes everything from soups and salads to burgers (don’t miss the Cell Block turkey burger with goat cheese and mushrooms), sliders (we like the country chicken) and pizzas. On the weekends, nearby students dine on stuffed french toast, steak scramble and biscuit sausage sliders served at brunch.