Fine Dining Burgers
photo by susan laughlin
bluAqua Restaurant and Bar
Signature burger is topped with caramelized onions, smoked bacon, sharp cheddar fondue and a fried egg. It’s all served with hand-cut frites and a house-made pickle. $15
Savory Square Bistro
The char-broiled Bistro burger is made from fresh ground beef from Joe’s Meat Shoppe. It’s served on a toasted brioche bun with malt vinegar aioli, house pickle and hand-cut fries or
cole slaw. $11
32 Depot Sq.
Bedford Village Inn
The 8-ounce Angus beef burger is char-grilled and loaded with cheddar, bacon and caramelized onion place on a house-baked onion roll. $14
2 Olde Bedford Way
House-recipe ground sirloin is topped with smoked cheddar, bacon, pulled short rib, wild bunch mushrooms for $14. Three other options available for $10 each.
1105 Elm St.
The signature burger is a special blend of local beef, North Country smoked bacon, aged Vermont Cabot cheddar, local tomato and lettuce in season, and red onion. $15
44 S. Main St.
Lasso in the tall and handsome Cowboy burger stacked with a half-pound of hand-ground and hand-pattied beef topped with Jack cheese, smoky bacon, crispy-fried onion straws, lettuce, tomato and served on a brioche roll. $14 with fries for lunch or bar menu only.
15 Leavy Dr.
The Waterhouse Burger is redolent of meaty flavor with grass-fed beef sourced from the Miner Family Farm. Served with house-cut fries. $15
18 Depot St.
Expect the best from a restaurant known for its beef. The classic burger stands tall with grilled black Angus beef, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, choice of cheese on a house-baked brioche. $11 with great hand-cut pommes frites.
8 Exeter Rd.
PINE at the Hanover Inn
The eponymous Hanover Inn burger is bacon, caramelized onions, Vermont cheddar and chipotle (pictured below). But wait, there is more. This burger really works — somehow it is a perfect mouthful. It was created by Chef Justin Dain with intervention by Boston Chef Michael Schlow.
2 East Wheelock St.