The Cousins

    Our Brooklyn Heights Cousins
    One cousin wasn't enough as we made our debut in the Big Apple. So, we adopted two cousins (and one 4 legged furry friend) in Brooklyn Heights.

    Our Downtown Raleigh Cousin
    In March 2016, we opened our most southern b.good to date. With help from her 10 year old daughter, Morgan became our most beloved Cousin in Downtown Raleigh.

    Our Greenwich Cousin
    An incredible group of kids from the Boys & Girls Club in Stamford create an amazing video cooking with our GM in Greenwich. Their culinary curiosity earned them free real food for life

    Our Seaport Cousin
    After opening in Boston's Seaport district, we were looking for a crazy family member to love us like crazy. With her dedication to b.good past and present, Cousin Lanita earned free real food for life

    Our Mansfield Cousin
    With her b.good themed rendition of Jingle bells, Emily (and her awesome custom b.good shirt) will never pay for real food again in Mansfield

    Our South Portland Cousins
    In our craziest cousin contest to date, we weren't able to pick just one winner. So, with 3 incredible entries, we adopted 3 new cousins in South Portland

    Our Fairfield Cousin
    Cousin Will created this hilarious video (with some feathered friends) and proved why he should never pay for real food in Fairfield again.

    Our Longwood Cousin
    With some slick strumming and lovable lyrics, Cousin Dana will never pay for real food again at b.good Longwood.

    Our Canton Cousin
    There's an inspirational girl in Canton, CT who eats free real food forever. Meet Cousin Kelsey.

    Our North Andover Cousin
    Young Logan will live a long, delicious life of real food. This 2-year-old from Tewksbury is our cousin in North Andover.

    Our Wynnewood Cousin
    Cousin Alexa doesn't pay for real food in Wynnewood, PA. Her well-nourished, good life as our cousin was secured by special video selfies, dances and songs about b.good.

    Our Newton Cousin
    Little cousin Leo is 2 years old. He has many full and happy years of free real food ahead of him in Newton.

    Our Nashua Cousin
    Cousin Steven eats free Cousin Oliver burgers in Nashua, NH for the rest of his happy, well-nourished existence. We adopted him as our "cousin" because he made an amazing comic book about us.

    Our Raleigh Cousin
    There's a special woman in Raleigh, NC who eats free real food forever. Her name is Marie and she is our cousin.

    Our Boylston St Cousin
    Cousin Ali doesn't pay for real food anymore. She made a beautiful video of herself busting-a-move while singing a rhyme about b.good. We adopted her as our Boylston Street cousin.

    Our Marlton Cousin
    Cousin Julia eats free Cousin Oliver burgers in Marlton, NJ for as long as she lives. We adopted her as our "cousin" because she made a hilarious, photo slideshow of her "Top 5 Reasons Why I Am Your Next Cousin".

    Our Cranston Cousin
    Cousin Todd eats free Cousin Oliver burgers in Cranston, RI for the rest of his happy days on Earth. We adopted him as our "cousin" because he wrote a heartfelt, real food love-note.

    Our Portland Cousin
    Cousin Chad eats free Cousin Oliver burgers in Portland for the rest of his days on earth. He became a cousin by recording a beautiful rap song (and by writing the immortal hip hop lyric "eat free beef and bread together until I'm dead").

    Our Glastonbury Cousin
    In July 2013, we opened in Glastonbury & were once again just like that chubby, little weirdo on the Brady Bunch, "Cousin Oliver".

    Our Shrewsbury Cousin
    Cousin Julia eats free Cousin Oliver burgers in Shrewsbury for the rest of her days. She became a cousin by writing a heartfelt explanation about her beautiful commitment to our house-ground beef (why we needed a doctor in the family).

    Our Summer St Cousin
    Cousin Caroline eats free Cousin Oliver burgers at Summer Street for the rest of her days. She became a cousin by writing a passionate expression of her beautiful commitment to our house-ground beef.

    Our Mass Ave Cousin
    Our Mass Ave cousin won free burgers for life by making a hilarious video of himself signing a song about cousins (and busting out the weirdest dance moves ever recorded in fast-food contest history).

    Our Harvard Cousin
    Before opening up our 2nd little baby in Harvard Square, we found our cousin who promised to love us like family.

    Our Newbury St Cousin
    This cousin won free burgers for life by making a music video about his love for house-ground burgers (and his desire to never again eat refried beans for dinner).

    Our Dedham Cousin
    Our Dedham cousin made a weird, little video to convince us that he'd love us like family. Now, we're feeding him free burgers for the rest of his existence.

    Our Hingham Cousin
    Our Hingham cousin won free burgers for life by not only writing that she "values fresh, local ingredients; healthy and delicious know-what-you're eating food; and last but not least, family", but by also busting our some freakish(ly good) dance moves called the Human Jump Rope.

    Our Downtown Cousin
    Our Downtown cousin won free burgers for life by making an amazing, animated music video about why he should be our cousin.

    Our Bedford Cousins
    click to view our Bedford Cousins Cousins Steve Brian, and Sam eat free Cousin Oliver burgers in Bedford for as long as they live. Yes, we adopted triplets because these guys built us a burger-delivering robot.

    Our Burlington Cousin
    Our Burlington cousin won free burgers for life by writing a strange but beautiful Haiku about why he should be our cousin.

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