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Best burgers in the region. Probably in the world.

We’re serious. At dNB Burgers, it’s all about the burger. Everything is made from scratch. They grind the meat in house, they cure their bacon on site and they make all their pickles and sauces from scratch, right down to the ketchup. If you go in right now, you’ll find house-made bacon pastrami and carrot sauerkraut garnishing some of the burgers.

Amelia and Josh launched dNB Burgers because Amelia wanted to be her own boss and Josh is a chef. They tried to figure out what New Bedford needed and decided the city needed a marriage between the slow food movement and hamburgers.

Devin, my server told me that the most popular burger is the Best Bacon. But she was hard-pressed to tell me what the best burger was. Because they’re all delicious.

We had a staff meeting at lunch yesterday and I brought dNB burgers, fully intending to get a great picture that could accompany this blog entry. The paper bag filled with burgers, hand cut fries and house made chips smelled so good and we were so hungry that we forgot to take a picture. And the empty paper bag didn’t photograph well. Hey, Amelia, do you have a good photo you can lend us?!

dNB’s one year anniversary is coming up on November 17th. Get in before then so that you can say you knew them when they were in their infancy. Because we think they’ll be around a long time.

dNB Burgers, 22 Elm Street, New Bedford

 

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Behind the Scenes…

Welcome to our website! It’s hard to believe but for almost a year now, we’ve been hard at work, creating a publication from scratch – one to make the South Coast proud.

What are we envisioning?

We see pages and pages of beautiful photos and engaging stories and ideas about the South Coast. It’ll have many of the features you’d expect in a regional magazine, but more of them. That’s the beauty of an annual magazine; it’s bigger and (we think!) better.

If you live on the South Coast, you’ll be glad to see its best side shining through. If you visit the South Coast, you’ll be happy to find hidden spots and gems that you didn’t know existed before. And you’ll want to visit more often.

We’ve got about seven months to go until our launch party at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in May. In the meantime, feel free to let us know what you’re thinking by emailing the magazine at [email protected] or by contacting us on facebook and instagram.

All the best,
Marlissa (and the Almanac team)

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