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IMPROPER BOSTONIAN

After 40 years of flipping burgers, no wonder Bartley's has it down pat.


ESQUIRE MAGAZINE

A stupendous fix of meat, melting in your mouth.


BOSTON GLOBE

As mastermind and proprietor of that glorious Harvard Square emporium know as Mr. Bartley's burger cottage, Joseph Bartley.


BOSTON HERALD

Boston's best burger, in cheerfully, post-hippie dorm surroundings.


CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE

Most hallowed institution among low cost eateries.


GOURMET MAGAZINE

The 36 burger configurations are totemic - juicy, thick, and irresistibly.


NEW YORK TIMES

"It's part of the community. It's like Bartley's burgers, A landmark".


BOSTON METRO

It's like having a party in your living-room all the time.


BOSTON MAGAZINE

This is a burger institution with a huge list of toppings - from boursin to barbeque - that will take ground beef into another stratosphere.


CALENDAR

Run by the Bartley's since 1960, it's like a dinner turned dorm room.


BOSTON PHOENIX

The beauty of the burger is inseparable from the cheerfully well-worn memorabilia.


THE REAL PAPER

Every september for the past 4 years, we have given Bartley's the best burger award... and, no question about it, Bartley's is still Boston burger king.


STUFF @ NIGHT

Thick and round and welcoming, the burger it self admirably cooked and discernibly juicy.


BOSTON GLOBE

"I think they feel that so much has changed in the square, that this is like an old homestead for them".


ALLURE MAGAZINE

"She is a good looking girl".


BOSTON MAGAZINE

It's no wonder that getting a table at Bartley's is an olympic sport... the crowds come for the addictive. hand cut fries, extra thick mocha frappes, and fun, pretense free atmosphere.


THE HARVARD CRIMSON

In the 60's Bob Dylan and Joan Baez were Bartley's regulars: " They took to me and Mrs Bartley's like Pa and Ma away from home".


THE NASHUA TELEGRAPH

You can go there with the dullest person on earth and still find something to talk about... Or eavesdrop on the conversation at the next table to find out what psych majors are thinking this year.


THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN

Harvard Square's Temple to the almighty cheeseburger did not disappoint - Thick and Juicy; Just pink enough on the inside and just charred enough on the outside.


BOSTON PHOENIX

As much a Harvard Institution as The Coop or the Fogg Art Museum... The menu has so many burgers in so many guises it would take a search engine to sort through them properly.


THE DIG

How can a restaurant stay so packed when it doesn't serve beer, won't take your credit card, and closes when it bloody well pleases? By having the Best Damn Burgers You've Ever Had, that's how.


BOSTON HERALD

Burgers in myriad permutations... The onion rings are superlative.


BOSTON MAGAZINE

A Harvard Square Institution since 1960, with a Hamburger for every mood and Great Frappes.


BOSTON MAGAZINE

The crowds come for a Fresh-Ground Sirloin, perfectly grilled, it's tender center deeply flavored and juicer with every bite.


THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN

Outstanding Hamburgers with a side of humor.


TRAVEL HOLIDAY

First-Rate Burger joint in a Pizza Town; Hang out for Harvard Faculty


HARVARD LAMPOON

Over thirty years service in the Square


THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN

One of the few places for a quick bite that isn't part of a national chain; Take that, McDonalds!


BOSTON MAGAZINE

This place has won Innumerable Awards for what it calls "The Beethoven of Burgers".


HARVARD GAZETTE

An icon in the Harvard Square area, has been serving the Wildest Burgers and Lime Rickeys in Town.


HARVARD CRIMSON

"It's never been High-Fallutin, I get all types - Students, Businessmen, Older People... We get the Melting Pot"


CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE

There's more, There's a lot more.


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