5 Napkin Burger Opens in Boston!

I am excited to announce that 5 Napkin Burger is officially open in Boston! Originating in New York, this restaurant has been a long-time favorite of mine. Whenever I’m in the Big Apple, I always make it a point to visit, no matter what! Now you can visit 5 Napkin Burger’s Boston location at 105 Huntington Avenue in the Prudential Center. It’s right by Backbay and just a few stops away from Providence on the Commuter Rail.

5 Napkin Burger is a trendy, casual eatery with an intriguing menu consisting of everything from sushi to deep fried pickles. But I recommend that you try “the original 5 Napkin Burger” (costs $10.95). It’s a 10oz fresh ground chuck topped with gruyere cheese, caramelized onions and rosemary aioli. This is the burger that put them on the map!

5 Napkin Burger definitely lives up to the name – you literally need a stack of napkins, a bib, or a poncho in order to stay clean. Their burgers are so juicy that even the bun gets soaked with its fatty goodness. I can’t even guess the beef-to-fat ratio but I suspect it skews more heavily on the sinful/fatty side. This diabolical concoction is a must try for any burger enthusiast!

Looking for a place to grab a drink? 5 Napkin also has a huge selection of over 80+ beers!

So do yourself a favor and check out 5 Napkin Burger’s newest location in the heart of Beantown.  It’s the best new hamburger hot-spot in New England!

Check back soon. Formal restaurant review to follow…

-Nick B.


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