Restaurant b.good is a healthy alternative to fast food
b. good, a Boston-based, healthy alternative to fast food opened its first Connecticut location in August on the Post Road. The casual style eatery serves salads, burgers, smoothies, and “bowls” which are made fresh daily using seasonal, local ingredients. Owner Steve Hourihan was an early investor in the concept and the company.
“I really wanted to be a part of it,” he recalls. The former Wall Street commodities trader jumped when b. good wanted to expand to Fairfield county, and the Southporter was thrilled to acquire the space once occupied by Las Vetas.
“Burgers and fries will always be the backbone of our business,” he explains, “but our kale and quinoa bowls have really changed the direction of the company,” he continues.
Favorites include the Sesame Sockeye Salmon Salad (with roasted broccoli, pears, and arugula), the Spicy Avocado Lime Kale Bowl with quinoa, or “The Local” burger with VT bacon, NH egg, CT tomato, and MA blue cheese.
1460 Post Rd.,