Friday, January 13, 2012

Owner of Stella in Boston's South End Considers Opening a Burger Place

It looks like the chef/owner of an Italian restaurant in the SoWa district of Boston's South End may be thinking about joining the burger craze.

A Boston Globe article on possible 2012 restaurant trends includes a post from Evan Deluty of Stella on Washington Street, who predicts affordable burgers being a possible trend for the year. In the post, Deluty also indicates the possibility of being part of the trend, stating that he is "looking at potentially doing a burger place." The chef/owner of Stella also looks at restaurants that are playing a role in the burger craze, including Wahlburgers in Hingham, Tasty Burger in the Fenway (which is planning to expand), and Burger Dive, which hopes to open in Somerville's Assembly Square.

Stella is a chic yet affordable Italian eatery in SoWa that features such dishes as grilled Italian sausage, spicy mussels, grilled pizza, tagliatelle bolognese, house-made gnocchi, honey-glazed salmon, and seared duck breast. The address for the restaurant is 1525 Washington Street (next to Blackstone Square).

Information for this article comes from the Boston Globe link below:

Hot restaurant trends of 2012

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Blogger John Mc said...

if Stella is considered affordable, we're in trouble...

10:44 AM  

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