Thursday, November 20, 2014

"Multiple" New Locations of Tasty Burger Are Apparently On the Way

The burger craze appears to be continuing in the Boston area, as it looks like the people behind several local burger restaurants are going to be opening some more locations.

Boston Magazine is reporting that David DuBois and his Franklin Restaurant Group are looking to open "multiple new locations of Tasty Burger" in early 2015, though no specific locations have been announced as of yet. As reported earlier, it looks like one location of the burger spot will be coming to Back Bay Station, with this one (and the others that are apparently coming) joining existing shops on Boylston Street in Boston's Fenway neighborhood, on JFK Street in Cambridge's Harvard Square, and at L Street and East 4th Street in South Boston.

The article mentions that DuBois--who is also behind the Franklin Cafe in the South End, South Boston (which closes soon), and Gloucester, along with The Citizen Public House and Oyster Bar in Fenway--will open a "Franklin-esque concept" somewhere in Boston.

The website for Tasty Burger can be found at

[Earlier Articles]
Tasty Burger to Open in Back Bay Station
Franklin Cafe in South Boston Is Closing; to Be Replaced by Moonshine 152

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Blogger John Mc said...

Be interesting to see how they operate. The Fenway place seems to run like a well oiled machine, whereas the harvard location is more of a cluster...

10:42 AM  

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