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The limited-availability Craigie Burger at Craigie on Main in Central Square is the most famous burger in Boston. It’s great, but we have a hard time recommending a burger that requires you to leave work early, wait in line before the restaurant opens, and then hope you’re one of the first 18 people to place an order that night. That’s why we love Craigie Burger, the food stall that opened up in the new Time Out Market. It’s slightly different from the original burger so that it’s more economical to make, which means the beef doesn’t come from a farm that gives its cows regular massages and spa treatments or something, but it’s still excellent, particularly if you add the egg and bacon.
To get the famous burger at Craigie on Main in Central Square, you usually have to leave work early, wait in line before the bar opens at 5, rush inside, and be one of the first 15 people to order it. Now you only have to fight through big crowds of BU students and doctors from Beth Israel.