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Our project was recently featured in an article by a local Korean newspaper called BostonKorea!

http://www.bostonkorea.com/news.php?code&mode=view&num=19457

 

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$6,000 RAISED!!!

$6,000 RAISED!!!

WE JUST PASSED OUR FUNDRAISING GOAL!!!!! With 142 total backers, in just a few short weeks we were able to raise over $6,000 for our project! THANK YOU to everyone who was able to support us; we would NOT have been able to do this without you!!

Check it out on our Trevolta page: http://www.trevolta.com/travels/20-cities-in-50-days-in-a-wheelchair-19878?source=feed

A Restaurant Review

BURGERFI

Restaurant

Accessibility Rating: 4.5/5

Accessibility Basics: entrance and bathrooms accessible. Plenty of room to maneuver.

 

Full review:

Inside BURGERFI

Kunho and I were at BU a couple weeks ago visiting some friends who took us to a great burger joint by the west campus. BURGERFI faces the streetfront with a loud blockletter sickly-green sign and a glass-and-steel facade. Inside, the restaurant throbs pop oldies. The whirring of a giant long-bladed fan and yellow bulbs set into a metal grille ceiling lend an almost industrial air, though a few long wooden tables soften the mood. The place feels hip. A long ramp leads in from the main entrance and there’s plenty of room to maneuver a wheelchair through to any corner of the restaurant. Bathrooms are accessible. The only thing they’re missing–and this is small–is an automatic door.


BURGERFI entrance
Burger and fries

Our burgers were cheap, and I appreciated the option to build-your-own, with toppings choices from bleu cheese and onion rings to garlic mayonnaise. Our food came out in a few minutes. Mine was a good hunk of meat and Kunho’s fries were spiced to a Cajun twang, though his were lukewarm. The food was priced reasonably and we left with full stomachs. We stopped for a second to take a picture by the door.


The Storefront