Best Restaurants & Food in Boston 1975

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1975 Best Burger

Bartley’s Burger Cottage, 1246 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, just can’t be beat. These burgers are fashioned from prime meat, and cooked with so much care that it borders on affair...

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1975 Best Frappe

Howard Johnson’s invented it, and, perhaps because they’ve had so much practice, they continue to do it best. The Ho-Jo frappe is thick and creamy and available on every street...

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1975 Best Dessert

Profiteroles, an incredible puff of pastry filled with ice cream and topped with hot chocolate sauce, are yet another reason for visiting the Ritz...

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1975 Best Sandwich, Submarine

As everyone knows, Everett is the home of the American sub, and Angelina’s is the place that sub-lovers come to. The Jumbo feeds three Bruins or six normal human beings,...

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1975 Best Beer, Local

Like most good things, Haffenraffer is hard to find—try Beacon Capitol Market, 32 Myrtle St., St.Bruno’s Wine & Liquor, 1777 Washington St., or Copley Wine & Liquor, 735 Boylston St...

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1975 Best Pizza

The crust is so crisp, the tomato and cheese so lush that some men would gladly trade an evening with Gina Lollobrigida for a single slice—not many, granted, but some...

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1975 Best Cider

The world’s best cider—a sweet golden brew—may be quaffed on Columbus Day at the Sandwich Fair, in Sandwich, N.H. During the rest of the year, Lawson Farm in Lincoln dispenses...

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1975 Best Hot Dog

The Underdog, 6 Bow St., Cambridge, is top dog in our book. The franks are meaty and tasty—the stuff of an Oscar Mayer dream. Marty’s Famous, on Cambridge Street opposite...

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1975 Best Dinner, Boiled

The Ritz Carlton Hotel Dining Room, 15 Arlington St., serves a repast of corned beef and cabbage that t’would please the most persnickety Paddy (Thursdays only)...

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1975 Best Fries

Large and firm and perfectly fried, these spuds have been elected to Idaho’s French Fry Hall of Fame...

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1975 Best Ice Cream

Fred’s Ice Cream Shop on Charles Street was too good—it blew up. Now, Kelley’s Homemade Ice Cream, 156 Cambridge St., and the Ice Cream Factory, 1663 Beacon St., Brookline, are...

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1975 Best Truck Stop

The perpetual presence of Dodges, Macks and International trucks attests to the popularity of this pit-stop. The occasional Harley choppers prove that Boston’s finest recognize “Good Food. Cheap Eats” too...

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1975 Best Delicatessen

The Premier Restaurant, 1130 Washington St., Roxbury, remains this city’s premier Jewish deli. One taste of its cabbage soup, kasha varnishkes or corned beef sandwiches (with Russian dressing and coleslaw)...

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