Burger Franchise Moving Into Old Port

According to an article in the Press Herald, the b.good burger franchise is moving into the old Walter’s space at 15 Exchange Street,

The new restaurant, located at 15 Exchange St., is expected to open in June and will serve fast food-style burgers and fries made with local ingredients – or, as the chain’s motto puts it, “food made by people, not factories.”

7 comments on “Burger Franchise Moving Into Old Port

  1. Another chain setting up, just what the Old Port doesn’t need. Starbucks, Dunkin Donut, Urban Outfitters, Five Guys. What’s next?

  2. They’re barely a chain. They are filling up an empty spot. Imagine if every other state did a buy local campaign and refused to buy LL Bean products

  3. There’s actually a lot more chains (defined as two or more locations owned by the same company) in the Old Port than you would think there is, i. e. Treehouse Toys has multiple locations as does Fetch (soon to be Fish & Bone), MDI Ice Cream obviously has two locations, and Company C is a chain. Oh, and Mexical Blues has at least four locations.

    Even Cabot Farmers Exchange which I love has a ‘chain’ of locations. So the question isn’t if it’s a chain, but if it adds something unique to the Old Port. I’m certainly not convinced this business does.

  4. A, I think the Loft is closed. And Good Eats Boutique disappeared somewhere. Both are on my daily commutes and I’ve noticed both are quite empty. Might want to look into that.

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