Thursday, October 28, 2010

Wild Willy's Burgers Is Opening in Quincy

A small local chain of burger places is going to be opening its first location south of Boston.

According to the Patriot Ledger, Wild Willy's Burgers is planning to open on Washington Street in Quincy, a short distance west of the Fore River Bridge and the old Quincy Shipyard site. This will be the seventh Wild Willy's to open in New England, with other locations being in Needham, Watertown, Worcester, South Portland, ME, York, ME, and Rochester, NH.

Wild Willy's features angus beef burgers that are made daily and come with such toppings as roasted green chiles from New Mexico, Bermuda onions, and guacamole. The restaurant chain also offers bison burgers, steak sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, chili, handcut fries, and frappes.

The Patriot Ledger mentions that the new Wild Willy's in Quincy may be open by next spring.

[August 1, 2011 update: According to both a poster on the Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook page and posters on Yelp, Wild Willy's is now open in Quincy.]

The address for this upcoming burger place in Quincy will be: Wild Willy's Burgers, 588 Washington Street, Quincy, MA, 02169. The website for the chain is:

For more information on Wild Willy's coming to Quincy, please go to the Patrit Ledger link below.

Remick's, Wild Willy's among new restaurants approved in Quincy

Thanks to a poster on Chowhound for bringing this to our attention.

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Blogger gf39266 said...

Wild Willy's has the freshest burger's going! Their onion rings are fantastic! Thank-You for opening in Quincy. It is just what we needed.

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