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07-04-2016, 02:04 PM
RE: Restaurants That You Like
If you're in Cambridge, MA and you like burgers, go to Mr. Bartley's.
The burgers are imaginatively named, big and delicious. They also have super onion rings and sweet potato fries.

A sampling of the burger menu:

Mr. Bartley's Gourmet Burgers voted best burgers (in america)
BOSTON GLOBE, WALL STREET JOURNAL
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CAMBRIDGE
(liberal heaven) topped with cole slaw & russian dressing w/ french fries

$10.50
THE VIAGRA
(rise to the occasion!) with blue cheese dressing, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and french fries

$11.85
THE CARLY FIORINA
(Putin's Gal Pal) w/bacon, american cheese, grilled onions, jalapenos, & fries (add egg $1.50)

$13.00
THE NEXT PRESIDENT "GOD HELP US"
cheddar, guacamole, lettuce, tomato and red onions w/ fries (add bacon for .90)

$11.85
THE CHRIS CHRISTIE
(He's twice the man Obama is!) with marinara sauce & mozzarella with french fries

$11.25
THE ROB FORD
(he CRACKS me up) swiss cheese, grilled saurkraut, russian dressing with french fries

$11.25
THE DONALD TRUMP
(He can over comb anything) teriyaki & grilled pineapple w/ onion rings (add garlic for .90)

$13.25
THE GAY MARRIAGE
(they can't be worse @ it) provolone cheese, peppers, jalapenos & black olives w/onion rings

$15.00
THE MBTA
(Most Broken Transit Authority) with blue cheese, pickled red onions with sweet potato fries

$13.25
THE "GRONK" (nice tight end!) cheddar cheese, bacon, tomato, lettuce & red onions with fries (add BBQ for .90)

$11.75
THE HASHTAG
don't tweet it just eat it #boursin cheese & #bacon with #sweet potato fries - (add grilled onion for .90)

$13.25
THE iPHONE
(Siriously delicious, ask her) boursin cheese, grilled mushrooms & onions w/sweet potato fries

$13.95
THE BEN CARSON (DR. KNOWLITTLE)
jack cheese, chili, salsa & sour cream with sweet potato fries (add guacamole for .90)

$13.95
THE BARACK OBAMA (1.20.17)
with feta cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion & french fries (add bacon .90)

$11.00
THE JEB BUSH "NO MORE BUSH!"
a double burger with cheddar cheese & bbq sauce served with fries...no sharing

$17.95
THE MARCO RUBIO (FLIPPER!)
bbq sauce, bacon, jalapeno pineapple relish & grilled onions w/ baked beans

$12.20
THE HILLARY CLINTON (DELETER of the free world)
muenster cheese and mushrooms with onion rings

$13.25
THE JULIAN EDELMAN (HE Loved This)
bacon, american cheese, BBQ sauce, coleslaw, & guacamole w/ onion rings (add mushrooms .90)

$15.90
THE TAXACHU$ETT$
topped with Boston baked beans, sriracha, bacon and a fried egg with fries (add cheese .90)

$12.95
THE TRIPLE "D" (Guy Fieri loved this!)
a double burger w/bacon, cheese, BBQ sauce & grilled onion w/onion rings

$19.95
THE ECONOMY "A REAL"
turkey burger with stuffing, cranberry, mayonnaise with fries (with onion rings $12.50)

$10.50
THE TED CRUZ -Texas grows bigger idiots-
veggieburger with peppers, feta, tomato, red onion, garlic mayo & fries

$11.25
THE FISCAL CLIFF
(it's here) crumbled bacon,blue cheese,spinach,red onion & balsamic vinegar w/ onion rings

$13.95
THE BERNIE SANDERS (Socially unacceptable)
feta cheese, pickled red onion & grilled peppers w/ sweet potato fries

$13.95
THE SNOOP DOGG
with "Smoked" ghost pepper jack cheese and bacon with french fies (with onion rings $13.25)

$11.25
THE DIANE PAULUS "BRAVO"
cheddar cheese, bacon, maple syrup, topped with a fried egg with sweet potato fries

$14.95
THE LeBRON JAMES
(No More Rings!) topped with bacon and ghost pepper macaroni and cheese with french fries

$12.95
THE CAITLYN JENNER "YOU GO GIRL"
with a fried egg, bacon & cheese with fries (with sweets $14.95)

$12.95
THE BEYONCE
"Deliciously Hot" cajun, bacon, grilled onion, jalapeno & hot sauce with fries - (add blue cheese .90)

$13.00
THE MRS. B.
(The Queen of Burgers) a burger no roll on a bed of spinach with chopped egg, crumbled bacon, walnuts, tomatoes, red onion, drizzled with lemon vinaigrette (add blue cheese .90)

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07-04-2016, 08:52 PM
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In our town's college bar district there's a small "bar turned restaurant" called Taco Lucha. It's not traditional Mexican food, but gourmet takes on Mexican dishes. They don't hesitate to get creative with their recipes, but never disappoint. They have a raspberry black bean dip that may be the best thing I've ever tasted.

The place is tiny so there's always a line to get in, but it's always worth it.

Another place downtown, though it is only open for breakfast through brunch and always has a line out the door is called The Chef. I don't care what kind of food snob from wherever in the world they might have been, they will be impressed with the quality of the dishes here. Plus it's fun and quirky, and the best part is while you have to wait for your seat you can order from this drink menu to help pass the time. Remember it's a breakfast place!

I love the Manmossa, well...not actually drinking it, but the fact that they offer it is hilarious (remember this it's just a small college town in Kansas). Laughat


THE CHEF SUNRISE
Absolut Vanilla vodka, OJ and a splash of
pomegranate juice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.00

IRISH COFFEE
Jameson Irish Whiskey, Bailey’s and coffee .6.00

BLOODY MARY
Absolut Vodka, lime, celery salt and
Zing Zang with a splash of beer . . . . . . . . . 6.00

SALTY DOG
Tanqueray and grapefruit juice with
a salty rim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.00

CREAMSICLE
Absolut Vanilla, Cointreau and OJ with
a scoop of vanilla ice cream . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.00

MIMOSA
Prosecco (Italian sparkling white wine) with a little OJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00

PROSECCO FLOATS
Italian sparkling wine over a scoop of
raspberry, mango or lemon sorbet . . . . . . . .7.00

PURPLE PRIDE: GO CATS!
360 vodka and grape juice. . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.00

MANMOSSA
Orange juice and Busch Light . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00

TALLGRASS POUNDERS
Oasis, IPA, Buffalo Sweat and Halcyon . . . . 4.00

BEER
Red Stripe, Guinness, Widmer Hefeweizen 4.00

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11-04-2016, 09:07 PM
RE: Restaurants That You Like
There is a little pizza place that opened up in Burlington, NC called Fired Up! It is a made to order place, kind of like Subway for pizzas. You choose from 5 different types of sauce, about 6 types of cheeses, and dozens of other veggie and meat toppings. They even have pickles! You can get a cheese pizza for the base price, a 2 topping pizza for a little more, and for yet a little more, you can get as many toppings as you want. The pizzas are individual, so it's great if you can't agree on toppings. They run it through the oven in a couple of minutes, and you're good to go. Fast, cheap, and easy. I always get a mixture of the plain marinara sauce with a little splash of the spicy marinara mixed in, mozzarella, mushrooms, more mushrooms, chicken, and occasionally pickles.

We also have a place called Mel's Good Times Café, which specializes in Cajun and Creole food. They have great Po'Boys, but my favorite is the cheesy grits with a side of tomato soup. Hands down, the best tomato soup I've ever had anywhere. They also have live entertainment most nights.

Love Southern comfort food and Korean food as well.
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11-04-2016, 09:11 PM
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(11-04-2016 09:07 PM)beeglez Wrote:  We also have a place called Mel's Good Times Café, which specializes in Cajun and Creole food. They have great Po'Boys, but my favorite is the cheesy grits with a side of tomato soup. Hands down, the best tomato soup I've ever had anywhere. They also have live entertainment most nights.

The menu for Mel's

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11-04-2016, 11:19 PM
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(11-04-2016 09:07 PM)beeglez Wrote:  There is a little pizza place that opened up in Burlington, NC called Fired Up! It is a made to order place, kind of like Subway for pizzas...

We also have a place called Mel's Good Times Café, which specializes in Cajun and Creole food. They have great Po'Boys, but my favorite is the cheesy grits with a side of tomato soup. Hands down, the best tomato soup I've ever had anywhere. They also have live entertainment most nights.

Love Southern comfort food and Korean food as well.

I'm on the other side of RDU, so I don't get to Burlington area much. I know someone in Saxapahaw who keeps inviting me over. In Raleigh, there was Fat Daddy's that I liked, but they closed last year. You ordered a burger, which came plain. You put your toppings on.

In Charlotte, there's a place called Mert's Heart and Soul. I'm usually in Charlotte in late June, and friends always insist on Mert's. I have Nuyorican buddy we call "Tex" (from his last name, Texeira) who always wants what he calls soul food. Basically, ribs, collards, black-eyed peas, and so on. Which, really, is common here. But seeing as he doesn't get it in NYC, he splurges when he's here.
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12-04-2016, 08:01 AM
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(11-04-2016 09:07 PM)beeglez Wrote:  There is a little pizza place that opened up in Burlington, NC called Fired Up! It is a made to order place, kind of like Subway for pizzas. You choose from 5 different types of sauce, about 6 types of cheeses, and dozens of other veggie and meat toppings. They even have pickles! You can get a cheese pizza for the base price, a 2 topping pizza for a little more, and for yet a little more, you can get as many toppings as you want. The pizzas are individual, so it's great if you can't agree on toppings. They run it through the oven in a couple of minutes, and you're good to go. Fast, cheap, and easy. I always get a mixture of the plain marinara sauce with a little splash of the spicy marinara mixed in, mozzarella, mushrooms, more mushrooms, chicken, and occasionally pickles.

We also have a place called Mel's Good Times Café, which specializes in Cajun and Creole food. They have great Po'Boys, but my favorite is the cheesy grits with a side of tomato soup. Hands down, the best tomato soup I've ever had anywhere. They also have live entertainment most nights.

Love Southern comfort food and Korean food as well.

Is mustard a sauce option?

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12-04-2016, 08:28 AM
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Thought of another one in China. There's a chain of restaurants called Banana Leaf that, aside from having good Thai food, also has crossdressers that go from table to table singing and playing music.

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12-04-2016, 08:57 AM
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(12-04-2016 08:28 AM)yakherder Wrote:  Thought of another one in China. There's a chain of restaurants called Banana Leaf that, aside from having good Thai food, also has crossdressers that go from table to table singing and playing music.

That sounds like a restaurant you'd find in San Francisco. I love fun places like that! And Thai food too...yum!
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12-04-2016, 08:09 PM
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(12-04-2016 08:01 AM)Old Man Marsh Wrote:  
(11-04-2016 09:07 PM)beeglez Wrote:  There is a little pizza place that opened up in Burlington, NC called Fired Up! It is a made to order place, kind of like Subway for pizzas. You choose from 5 different types of sauce, about 6 types of cheeses, and dozens of other veggie and meat toppings. They even have pickles! You can get a cheese pizza for the base price, a 2 topping pizza for a little more, and for yet a little more, you can get as many toppings as you want. The pizzas are individual, so it's great if you can't agree on toppings. They run it through the oven in a couple of minutes, and you're good to go. Fast, cheap, and easy. I always get a mixture of the plain marinara sauce with a little splash of the spicy marinara mixed in, mozzarella, mushrooms, more mushrooms, chicken, and occasionally pickles.

Is mustard a sauce option?


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13-04-2016, 01:23 AM
Restaurants That You Like
If you go to Las Vegas stop by this Mexican joint. It's fantastic food dirt cheap. I ate at an expensive Mexican restaurant when I first got here and it sucked. Went to this place and my taste buds were ecstatic.
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