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When you’re in the mood for fast food, think twice before you head to McDonalds, Burger King or Wendy’s. Boogie Burger, located in Broad Ripple, blows them all out of the water with their char-grilled burgers giving local taste buds a jolt to what hamburgers are really supposed to taste like.

Boogie Burger, owned by a Broad Ripple and North Central graduate husband and wife team, is the product of Mark and Erin Radford’s travels. In short, they love hamburgers. They’ve had hamburgers from Harlem to Napa Valley and wanted to create a restaurant that reflected the burgers they’ve tried and loved during their travels.

Black owned and operated, a Boogie Burger’s atmosphere and food is an eclectic representation of Broad Ripple and burgers across America.

Hometown hamburger

Instead of eating a burger that’s been sitting under a heat lamp for god knows how long, go to Boogie Burger and try a Disco Inferno made with a 1/3 pound burger, grilled jalapeno, and pepper jack cheese. Open wide for a Boogie Monster made with two 1/3 pound patties stacked with onion rings, pastrami, cheddar cheese, fried egg and bacon. Or sample a ‘Shroom made with a 1/3 pound burger with grilled mushrooms and Swiss.

For the health conscious, Boogie Burger offers a trusty grilled chicken sandwich char-grilled with cheddar, garden salad, and a grilled veggie burger called the Garden Burger. If you’re a plain Joe or Jane when it comes to your hamburgers, Boogie Burger has a standard hamburger with lettuce, tomato and onion.

Do you want fries with that shake?

Boogie Burger has awesome hamburgers but they also serve four types of fries (plain, garlic, chili cheese, and cheese and bacon), onion rings, ice cream, milk shakes malts, floats, smoothies and fountain drinks.

Money in the bank

The best part about Boogie Burger is that you can get a hefty hamburger, fries, and a drink made to order for less than $10. Like the Radford’s I like hamburgers too, and it’s been quite a while since I’ve had a hamburger this good. The restaurant chains have nothing on this hometown hamburger stand.

Boogie Burger’s food is excellent and the Radford’s are so warm and friendly it’s like you’ve known them for years. Whether you want to eat or come for the dessert, Boogie Burger is a cool place to sit down and enjoy delicious food.

Boogie Burger

927 Westfield Blvd.

(located on the corner

of Westfield and Winthrop)

Indianapolis, IN 46220

(317) 255-2450

Monday – Sunday

11 a.m. – Close

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