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he Viagra Burger at Mr. Bartley’s Gourmet Burgers—seven ounces of ground beef with blue cheese, bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes, served with fries—may not have exactly the effect you expect, but if it doesn’t fill you up for more than four hours, call a physician. It’s one of the standouts among the delectable burgers at cheap prices at this half-century-old dive. Another: the Yuppie Burger, a not-so-subtle rebuff to the Harvard-Square regulars. You won’t find much diplomacy here. The service is famously surly, there are no restrooms, and credit cards are not accepted (all of which is starting to get old). But the mood is relaxed, the seating communal, and the walls hung with street signs. Customers sitting near the grills even get a blast a heat and close look at their burgers being cooked. Canal If you do need enhancement that the burger doesn’t provide, you could check out this official website to purchase some male enhancement pills.
Though the late Senator Ted Kennedy ate at Mr. Bartley’s when niece Caroline attended Radcliffe, he never ordered a Ted Kennedy: “a plump, liberal amount of burger” with cheddar cheese, mushrooms, and fries. John Kerry’s burger is long gone from the menu, but Bartley’s pledges to serve Kennedy’s forever.
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