Sumaira Flower

Sumaira Flower

January 07, 2012

Tasty Burger, Fenway


If you know me, you know that I am NOT a fan of New Year's Eve. Something about it depresses me and something about the ball dropping makes me so nervous - there is just so much pressure! Thankfully, my good friend Taylor shares the sentiment, mutually decided to be the minorities and not go out in skanky dresses, pay $100 bucks to get into a club, and wait hours to get a cab downtown.

For some reason, I was really craving a cheeseburger on New Years Eve. This never happens to me but I really wanted one. My partner in crime Taylor told me that I had to go to Tasty Burger on Boylston Street in Fenway. I was all for it. We walked to Tasty Burger in our goofy pajamas.

We arrive at something that looks similar to the Peach Pit from Beverly Hills 90210 from the outside. Inside looks like an auto repair place. Nevertheless, we seat ourselves down when our very friendly and chill waiter comes over to us to take our order. I ordered a cheeseburger, fries, and soda all for 9 bucks! Not too shabby! Food arrived about ten minutes later. It was all gone about 10 minutes after that. LOL. That was probably the best cheeseburger I have ever eaten in my life.

Surprisingly, we weren't the only lameheads not clubbing on New Years Eve. There were plenty of people at Tasty Burger playing pool, drinking at the bar, and chowing down on delicious burgers. I couldn't have asked for a better NYE. I now love Tasty Burger for their awesome food, friendly and warm staff, relaxed environment, and late hours for those upcoming late summer nights!

If you haven't been already, I HIGHLY recommend you check it out at least once. I was definitely missing my burger buddy/guest blogger #2 Mr. Bennett who surely would have enjoyed the entire experience! xoxo...

PS. You gotta love the giant artwork of Samuel L. Jackson with the burger!


2 comments:

  1. Hey Flower!!!! thx 4 the shoutout and I have been to tasty burger several times. LOVE IT!! Visit me @ yumstuff.blogspot.com

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  2. Before Tasty Burger opened the place was really an auto repair store!

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