$12 for $25 Worth of Gourmet Burgers, Sandwiches, and Boneless Wings
Menu options include the Mac Attack burger with mac ‘n’ cheese and bacon ($8.95), The King burger with peanut butter, bacon, and fried bananas ($8.75), and honey barbecue boneless wings ($8.95).
Boston Burger Company
When Rachael Ray, Guy Fieri, and The Boston Globe's resident foodies all flock to a restaurant—praising the Hot Mess, Mac Attack, and The King, respectively—you know it’s a hit. That's the Boston Burger Company, whose founders have created a destination burger joint to rival the best of America's burgeoning burger scene.
Of their 24 burgers, all but three boast an eight-ounce certified Angus burger patty. But even their veggie, conch, and turkey burgers get the same creative, careful preparation—they can be beer-battered and fried or rubbed with Cajun seasoning, but all are cooked to perfection. Each burger is crowned with some inventive and surprising toppings, including balsamic mayo, fried bananas, and mac and cheese, to name a few. These seriously imaginative recipes have garnered a lot of attention, winning Rachael Ray's Battle of the Best Burger competition, Boston Magazine's Battle of the Burger, and a place in Guy Fieri's heart on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
The burgers are not the menu's only notable edibles, however. Besides creating a collection of classic salads and chicken sandwiches, chefs also fry up boneless wings tossed in one of eight sauces—including honey barbecue, garlic parmesan, or terodactyl sauce, a tangy fusion of teriyaki and barbecue sauces.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Burgers were great. Parking is a challenge, so you just have to know that if you have a car.”
“delicious burgers but took over 1/2 hr to get them and the place wasn't even full. they should have given us some chips or something to munch while we patiently waited!”
“Killer Bee burger FTW”