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    Posted December 1, 2012 by
    will91
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    Andover, Massachusetts
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    100 places to eat like a local

    A Saucy Meal

     
    If you’re in the North Easter of Massachusetts and looking for a good place for Wings, Burgers, and Ribs then look no further than a small restaurant in Andover. The place may be small but the food holds a lot of flavor. The wings come in a variety of flavors from a spicy habanero sauce called “Buffalo Grandpa” or BBQ. There is also the delicious Jamaican Jerk and the “Greeko Suave” which is an ouzo and mediterranean spice glaze. The Burgers are handmade and come in awesome combos. They have the Three B Burger which has toppings of Bacon, Boursin and Buffalo Cheese. There is also the "How Ruben Got His Groove Back" which is a Rueben style burger and the “Chicago Burger” which is all the toppings of a Chicago Hot Dog but on the...well you get the idea. There’s also hand cut French Fires that just adds to the awesome experience that is a Sauce Burger. If you don’t want to get out of your comfort zone than theirs the classic Chesses Burger to have. I would recommend the manly “Cry Baby Burger” that comes with their habanero hot sauce, jalapenos, and paper jack cheese. Drinks like Beer, Wine and Soda are ready to quench your thirst.
    This iReport is part of an assignment that we created with Travel + Leisure:  100 places to eat like a local
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