by Marc Hurwitz
Earlier this month, we reported that a burger spot in Boston's Mission Hill neighborhood had been shut down by the city due to a problem involving its license. Now we have learned that the restaurant is open once again.
Eater Boston mentions in an update (via a Facebook post from the place) that Beta Burger on Tremont Street has reopened, with the post indicating that it received its common victualler license yesterday and are open as of today. On October 11, it was learned that the burger spot was temporarily closed after it failed to renew its license, resulting in the licensing board shutting it down. A note within Beta Burger's Instagram page had said that "Since opening in 2015 we have had problems getting our final permit from the City of Boston and this Friday August 18th, the City decided to shut us down. Now this may suck temporarily but we are working very hard to sort this out and get back up and running as soon as possible." It appears that at least part of the issue centered around an issue in the restaurant's electrical room, with the eatery needing to deal with both the expired Common Victualler License and an expired temporary Inspection Certificate.
The address for Beta Burger is 1437 Tremont Street, Boston (Roxbury Crossing), MA, 02120. The website for the dining spot can be found at http://www.betaburger.co
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