Four Burgers, a fast-casual burger restaurant that opened eight years ago in Central Square, is now closed, reports Boston Restaurant Talk. The news came via an announcement on the restaurant’s Facebook page, which indicates that the restaurant has been sold. It closed within the last few days. (There was also a location on Boston’s Boylston Street; that one was open from 2011 to 2013.)
"Honestly, I have been in the restaurant business for over 25 years....it's time to move on," the note read in part, written by owner Michael Bissanti. "Also, I always told myself that when I couldn't get excited to go to work in the morning that I'd sell...that's how I've been feeling for quite a while now. So, I'm going to pursue new opportunities and new challenges. We've had a great run and I am grateful for all of the support we have received over the years. Mostly, I'm grateful for my team. They are a real pleasure to work with and I wish them all the best."
As the name suggests, Four Burgers’ menu centered around four burgers — beef, turkey, salmon, and black bean. There was also a hot dog, some sides (fries, tots, etc.), and a few desserts, including milkshakes made with Rancatore’s chocolate or vanilla ice cream.
The space will be reborn as another burger restaurant, Mainely Burgers, reports BRT. It's a food truck company out of Maine.