Bareburger, a New York-based "micro-chain of organic burger restaurants" with a mildly creepy name, is expanding to Boston, reports Boston Restaurant Talk, citing an article in Ohio's Columbus Dispatch. Existing locations are in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and a sole one in Columbus, and the restaurant's website also names Philadelphia, DC, Chicago, Santa Monica, Toronto, and even Berlin for upcoming expansion. The Boston outpost should open this summer.
The bulk of the menu is made up of burger styles ("classic," for example, includes garlic dill pickle chips, sweet apple grilled onions, and ketchup) for which diners choose a protein and a bread. The protein options get interesting with wild boar, elk, bison, and ostrich, and there are also some simpler options, including ones suitable for vegans, vegetarians, or those on a gluten-free diet. "Bread" includes a tapioca rice bun, a bed of green lettuce, a wrap, and more standard breads. There are also sandwiches, salads, and sides (onion rings, fries, etc.), ice cream sandwiches and milkshakes, breakfasts, and a full range of beer, wine, and cocktails.
· Bareburger is coming to Boston [BRT]
· Bareburger [Official Site]