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Boston-Area Restaurant with the Best Onion Rings?

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What restaurant or bar in the Boston area is your favorite spot for onion rings? What kind of onion rings do they serve--thick handcut rings, thin onion strings, or something in between? [Go here to post a reply.]
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briandesmond wrote:
No question: Mr. Dooleys has the best! They're Guinness beer battered and amazing!

SD Medford wrote:
Papa's Bar and Grill, Malden. Home made, light and crisp.

SL wrote:
PJ Ryans in Teele Sq Somerville, or Yard House in Fenway

JM wrote:
Bartley's has great onion rings
My favorite are at Burger Queen in Ptown

MFC wrote:
Farnham's in Essex

ann wrote:
Liberty Bell 886 Main Street Melrose MA

Andrea wrote:
Sullivan's at Castle Island. I look forward to my first trip there every year just for the onion rings.

@dcm510 wrote:
Tasty Burger for sure!

jr wrote:
Bartley in Harvard sq

Sean L. wrote:
Tasty Burger in Harvard Square.

@alexj_may wrote:
Liberty Bell in South Boston. If you're including Cape Ann in the Boston area I second Woodmans and Farnhams.

DM wrote:
Bleacher Bar under Fenway has the best in the downtown area

MH wrote:
Parish Cafe hands down. I will never get them anywhere else!

TSH wrote:
Warrens in Weymouth

jake wrote:
Sully's at castle island

@cbarrett10 wrote:
Max's in Financial. Only available on Friday's but worth every highly caloric bite

Frederick W. wrote:
The beer marinated onion rings at Stoddards are quite outstanding.

@csendler wrote:
It's a toss up between real deal and five napkin... Can't go wrong either way

Laurel wrote:
Donahue's Watertown, Beer battered, always better than breaded!

CK wrote:
There are 2 !
Tommy Doyle's in Newton
Del Friscos in the Boston waterfront !

RSF wrote:
Veggie galaxy

Steve wrote:
Buff's Pub in Newton!

@BostonMo wrote:
I'm going to have to say @bostonchops

@NaomiKooker wrote:
You gotta go to Newick's in Dover, NH. I know, not Greater Boston but worth the trip! I am telling YOU.

Paul B. wrote:
The Galway House!

whb wrote:
Parish hands down!!

Quibb wrote:
The Cupboard, Stage Fort Park, Gloucester

Laurel wrote:
Donahue's Bar in Watertown! They are thick cut, beer battered, and the batter tastes like fried dough. Sooo good!

mk wrote:
The Chantey in Marina Bay! So good!

anonymous wrote:

R E wrote:
Milepost in Duxbury have some of the best I've ever had

Dana G. S. wrote:
T bones in nh

Flannery O. wrote:

@tokyobrazier wrote:
Art Bradish's Grafton

@LMokaba wrote:
RF O'Sullivan's

lm wrote:
best home made onionrings around. Land & Sea. In peabody ma

Ali McK wrote:
The Green Dragon! Deeeeelish!

Geoff wrote:
I second Buffs and also enjoy UBurger's (Kenmore only).

Max C wrote:
Veggie Galaxy in Central Sq., Cambridge.

SS wrote:
Halfway cafe Best onion rings and fried pickles

dave s wrote:
Woodmans are my favorite rings

BK wrote:
Red Wing in Walpole

Dukeofrandolph wrote:
Buffs pub in Newton. Only place I go for onion rings

pm wrote:
Kool Kone in Wareham

arlingtonma wrote:
The Lobster Pot in East Wareham has the best hand cut onion rings!

Beaar G. wrote:
Celebrity on My. Auburn St. East end of Watertown MA Thin Cut, great with their Clams & Fish.

sc wrote:
The Halfway Cafe...hands down!

@prasuku10 wrote:
Rings of Fire at All Star Sandwich Bar

Bob C. wrote:
Lobster Barn- Abington, everything they serve is awesome!!!

Tom wrote:
Royal's Roast beef East Boston

K Dunne wrote:
Dudley Chateau in Wayland!


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