On yet another softball Thursday, I found myself off in search of beefy goodness once more. Unfortunately, this time my plans—as they often do—went horribly awry.
I intended to hit up Four Guys before this game, but when I got there, the line extended all the way to the door—as has happened many-a-time at lunch—and I didn’t have more than twenty minutes or so to kill before I had to get back to work.
As such, I hung my head and dejectedly walked back about a block and headed into the Ghetto Wendy’s that has received for more of my business this year than I’m proud to admit.
What: Junior Bacon Cheeseburgers
When: June 10, 2010
Where: Ghetto Wendy’s in Central Square
How (was it): There’s usually not a whole lot one can say about the assembly line food at Wendy’s—despite the fact that I’ve probably written more than 5,000+ words about it already this year—and this day would be no different.
The three burgers were all fine in that boring burger kinda way. They were warm and juicy. The buns were soft. Blah, blah, blah…they still looked awful as most JBCs do in real life with mayo spread everywhere and the lettuce appearing as the most prominent part of the meal.
Anyway, they weren’t great. They weren’t bad either. They just, well, were. And I think that really is how Wendy’s stays in business. They aren’t great at anything, but they’re always just sorta there, apparently that’s the greatest business plan of all-time, who knew?!