Tasty Burger Doesn't Get Alcohol License, Will Not Be Coming to Cambridge's Central Square
A local group of burger places that had planned to open a new location in Cambridge's Central Square will not be coming after all, and alcohol appears to be the reason.
Cambridge Day is reporting that the city's License Commission opposed Tasty Burger's plan for "late-night beer and wine" due to the fact that the place would be in a residential area, and because the folks behind the proposed spot at 74 Prospect Street didn't revise their plans for the space, the commission decided to reject the plan for the restaurant to open there. Tasty Burger had been hoping to be open until 1:00 AM Sunday through Wednesday and 2:00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays.
Lyndell's Bakery had been in the Prospect Street space until closing about a month ago.
Locations of Tasty Burger can be found on Boylston Street in Boston's Fenway neighborhood, inside Fenway Park along the Yawkey Way concourse, on JFK Street in Cambridge's Harvard Square, and at the corner of L Street and East 4th Street in South Boston. Its website is at http://www.tastyburger.com/
Thanks to Eater Boston for bringing this to our attention.
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