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UBurger wants to open downtown; West Roxbury could become more cordial

UBurger, which already sells fresh burgers and hand-cut fries to BU students from two location, plans to open a third outlet on Tremont Street at Temple Place.

The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to grant UBurger a license to open between 11 a.m. and midnight seven days a week. At a brief hearing today, the board had no major questions; member Suzanne Ianella, who lives nearby, did ask how much a burger would cost (about $5, depending on toppings, a restaurant lawyer told her).

Meanwhile, out in West Roxbury, the Skara Grill on Centre Street wants to add cordials and liqueurs to its drink menu. The board will also vote on this request tomorrow. The West Roxbury Neighborhood Council and City Councilor John Tobin both say they're in favor.

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This is great news! Hopefully they get approved, cheap, tasty burgers, chicken, and good salads.

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Skara is such a good restaurant, though I don't recommend the bottled Greek beer they have. It's shipped from Greece, so the likelihood of it being skunked is high.

Their food is fantastic, on the other hand.

I doubt it'll get the cordial and liqueur license. The Corrib will have words about that.

-Foxed

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Last night was their chance to oppose the license request at the neighborhood council; today was their chance to address the licensing board.

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Blows sheep balls!!

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Are you kidding? Their food is fantastic!

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Boscetto's Bakery is closed? See their website.

http://www.aboschettobakery.com/

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But thanks for passing it on.

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