Not so fast....but fresh...piping hot and the shakes are extra thick. What I'm not excited about is the fact that you can't taste the meat because of all the "secret shake". Way too over powering for this burger. The fries are amazing. Had the Buffalo fries and tasted the garlic fries. Both well done and still cripsy even though they are drenched in all the sauce/butter.
Did Huey's sponsor BOM?
The Onion has competition.
Wonder which architectural firm designed this for MM.
Korilla ended up at Boscos...literally on their front patio.
His name is Bill and he is a very sweet guy. Just needs to stay on his meds and get clean. His back ground is not what you'd think and his family is local.
As a Midtowner, I do think Midtown would greatly benefit from some sort of pedestrian shopping center that includes a bookstore, upscale grocery store (Trader Joe's) and other locally owned (key word) shops. However, I hope that the developer performs due diligence and actually has a structural study, ADA compliance study, and Code compliance study to ensure the durability and sustainability of the existing structures. We may all have to face the music that it is not financially feasible to amend the structures as they stand today and bring them into the required compliances. If the developers can do this and preserve the façade, then most excellent. If they can't, then so be it and move to plan B. We may have to ask the hard question about what is best for the community...new jobs and revitalization or keeping a 1970's property empty because it isn't financially worth renovating.
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