We've been doing our burger homework here at Boston.com, including asking our readers for their favorites . Check out the Top 10 and find out which patty is the most beloved burger in Greater Boston.

We've been doing our burger homework here at Boston.com, including asking our readers for their favorites . Check out the Top 10 and find out which patty is the most beloved burger in Greater Boston.

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Wondering where to find the best burgers in Boston? So were we. We turned to our best resource — you, the diners — and surveyed your favorite beef burgers in the area. Here are the results from the 2015 Burger Survey, including some old favorites and some new additions to the restaurant ...

Wondering where to find the best burgers in Boston? So were we. We turned to our best resource — you, the diners — and surveyed your favorite beef burgers in the area. Here are the results from the 2015 Burger Survey, including some old favorites and some new additions to the restaurant ...

No. 3: The Blackjack. R.F. O'Sullivan & Son.  Off the beaten path on a street that straddles Somerville and Cambridge, this local pub reportedly blows through 400lbs of lean ground sirloin a week and is renowned for their "belly-busting beast" burgers. With 28 different styles of burger (all priced at around $9) with which to get your gut on, top billing goes to the cajun-spiced Blackjack w/ tangy Creole & melted cheddar. A close second: the House Burger loaded with ham & bacon.

No. 3: The Blackjack. R.F. O'Sullivan & Son. Off the beaten path on a street that straddles Somerville and Cambridge, this local pub reportedly blows through 400lbs of lean ground sirloin a week and is renowned for their "belly-busting beast" burgers. With 28 different styles of burger (all priced at around $9) with which to get your gut on, top billing goes to the cajun-spiced Blackjack w/ tangy Creole & melted cheddar. A close second: the House Burger loaded with ham & bacon.

The Bristol Burger, Boston

The Bristol Burger, Boston

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No. 1: The Burger. JM Curley. This relatively new DTX industry favorite (with a speakeasy steakhouse in the back) offers one burger two ways: a thick for dinner or thin for late-night/lunch, natural Angus patty topped w/ cheddar, griddled onions, pickles, and Pop’s Russian dressing. You can also add an extra patty, some bacon, a fried egg, or go all-in "filthy Andy style" by piling it up with French fries and Louisiana-style slaw. {tashidelek: best burger in Boston!}.

No. 1: The Burger. JM Curley. This relatively new DTX industry favorite (with a speakeasy steakhouse in the back) offers one burger two ways: a thick for dinner or thin for late-night/lunch, natural Angus patty topped w/ cheddar, griddled onions, pickles, and Pop’s Russian dressing. You can also add an extra patty, some bacon, a fried egg, or go all-in "filthy Andy style" by piling it up with French fries and Louisiana-style slaw. {tashidelek: best burger in Boston!}.

Beyond Salmon: Tips from Shadowing at Craigie  Some tips from a writer Shadowing Chef Maws and his staff At Craigie on Main, A great restaurant in Cambridge. They may serve the Best Burger in Boston! Best I have tried, at any rate!

Beyond Salmon: Tips from Shadowing at Craigie Some tips from a writer Shadowing Chef Maws and his staff At Craigie on Main, A great restaurant in Cambridge. They may serve the Best Burger in Boston! Best I have tried, at any rate!

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