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Locally Sourced Burger Chain Closes a Back Bay Location

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B.Good, which started in Boston and now operates internationally, still has nearly two dozen local outposts

A B.Good burger
A B.Good burger
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B.Good, a fast-casual burgers-and-more chain that originated in Boston and now operates internationally, has closed one of its Back Bay locations at 137 Massachusetts Ave., Boston. The company — whose motto is “food with roots” — emphasizes local and sustainable sourcing, seasonal cooking, and animal welfare.

“We’ve decided to focus our efforts on our 23 other Greater Boston restaurants,” said B.Good CEO Chris Fuqua in a statement provided to Eater. “The good news is that locals can still find us nearby on Huntington Avenue and Dartmouth Street.”

B.Good currently operates eight locations in Boston and three locations in Cambridge. The restaurants serve salads, grain bowls, sandwiches, and burgers, and the company makes an effort to promote its local producers for each location on a day-to-day basis. For example, the Dartmouth Street location is currently getting its chips from Mi Nina in Needham; bread from Calise & Sons in Cranston, Rhode Island; and bacon from North Country Smokehouse in Claremont, New Hampshire.

Stay tuned for updates on what will take over the space at 137 Massachusetts Ave.

B.Good on Mass. Ave. in Boston’s Back Bay Has Apparently Closed [BRT]
B.Good [Official Site]

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