Since 1960 Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage has been serving creatively named burgers to Harvard students and the people of Cambridge. Sixty-one years later this iconic Boston burger joint is still going strong, making great onion rings and frappes to go with all those juicy burgers.
Can you take the heat? One of the hottest sandwiches in town is also one of the best. You need to try this spicy chicken sandwich from the Smoke Shop.
Most recipes for lamb neck call for a long slow cook, but I just had a slice and I didn't have three hours. I started by searing it on both sides in butter, oil, and rosemary, about five minutes per side. Then I added in some sliced shallot and cooked that down for a minute or two. I deglazed the pan with red wine and then added a cup of vegetable broth. I simmered it on low turning every fifteen minutes or so for about an hour. I finished it off with chopped fresh rosemary and crumbled feta cheese.