Demise of BurgerBoy/Greasy Spoon

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2004/08/24 07:00:00 (permalink)

Demise of BurgerBoy/Greasy Spoon

In yesterday's mail I received what turned out to be the final issue of the little newsletter/magazine Greasy Spoon, formerly known as Burger Boy.

In an editorial inside the front cover of issue # 18 the publisher, Dirk Burhans, said he's ready to move on (and go fishing too).

I don't think Greasy Spoon had a very large circulation at all, but it was a fun little magazine to get.

Best wishes to Dirk Burhans (even though he never had a story about Clare & Carl's!).

Wally
Plattsburgh NY
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    marberthenad
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    RE: Demise of BurgerBoy/Greasy Spoon 2004/08/24 08:12:15 (permalink)
    Looks like it was a lot of fun to read. Saw on their website that they profiled "The Waffle Shop" in downtown DC. Great looking place, but I have yet to have a good meal there ...

    Website says that back issues and a bound copy of all issues can be ordered. Was it food reviews or more about history/architecture?
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    Originally posted by wallhd

    In yesterday's mail I received what turned out to be the final issue of the little newsletter/magazine Greasy Spoon, formerly known as Burger Boy.

    In an editorial inside the front cover of issue # 18 the publisher, Dirk Burhans, said he's ready to move on (and go fishing too).

    I don't think Greasy Spoon had a very large circulation at all, but it was a fun little magazine to get.

    Best wishes to Dirk Burhans (even though he never had a story about Clare & Carl's!).

    Wally
    Plattsburgh NY

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    wallhd
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    RE: Demise of BurgerBoy/Greasy Spoon 2004/08/24 08:55:28 (permalink)
    GS/BB was probably a little more slanted towards the history/arch. aspect, but there were some food reviews from time to time as well.

    Wally
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