Fine Dining Burgers
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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 ($12).
32 Depot Sq.
Bedford Village Inn
The 8-ounce Tavern Burger is char-grilled and loaded with cheddar, bacon and caramelized onion place on a house-baked onion roll ($15).
2 Olde Bedford Way
House-recipe ground sirloin is topped with smoked cheddar, bacon, pulled short rib, wild bunch mushrooms for $15.
1105 Elm St.
The signature burger is a special blend of local beef, lettuce, local tomato, pickled cucumber and red onion served with french fries ($13.50).
44 S. Main St.
Lasso in the tall and handsome Cowboy Burger, which is stacked with a half-pound of hand-ground and hand-pattied beef topped with Pepper Jack cheese, smoky bacon, crispy-fried onion straws, lettuce, tomato and served on a brioche roll. $15 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 challah roll. Try one with great hand-cut potato frites for $14.
8 Exeter Rd.
PINE at the Hanover Inn
The eponymous Hanover Burger is bacon, caramelized onions, Vermont cheddar and chipotle aioli. 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.