Krystle Campbell worked at the Hingham location.
John Galardi started the faux-German chain in 1961 as a stand-alone hot dog concept in Wilmington.
One of her lesser-known accomplishments.
Ebert wrote that his food memories only became stronger after he was no longer able to eat.
Bostons' alt-weekly suddenly shutters, leaving us with one fewer place for food coverage.
"Harry Weathersby Stamps, ladies' man, foodie, natty dresser, and accomplished traveler, died on Saturday, March 9, 2013."
"There was nobody like him. He would fire me every day," says one long-time employee.
The owner created some of the burrito stand's most massive creations, including the famous Hollenbeck Burrito.
Proprietor "Doctor Jon" Basso once again claims he's in mourning, and denies responsibility.
The former mayor of New York City ate everywhere.
Though there's nothing to suspect foul play, investigators aren't ruling anything out.
His travel show often spotlighted local restaurants and other regional culinary gems.
A whopper Junior was placed atop his American flag-draped casket.
Winner directed the film that spawned a thousand other revenge thrillers.
Politicians, writers, and celebrities remember the Harlem restaurant and its proprietor.
The legendary pizza parlor is now run by her children and grandchildren.