One evening last week, when Bobbi's nephew finished up his paint-scrapery on the house for the day, Bobbi offered to feed him, and so off we went to sample a revered Broad Ripple institution: Boogie Burgers!
Boogie Burger used to be located in a dinky little hole-in-the-wall at the mystical corner of Westfield Blvd & Westfield Blvd in the heart of Broad Ripple. The fact that the place could only seat about ten people, tops, added to the ambiance. (Except, of course, when you really wanted a Boogie Burger and the place was packed to the gills.)
Now they've moved on out Broad Ripple Avenue, almost to Keystone, and are in the building most recently occupied by the Red Eye Diner. Unlike the Red Eye, the parking lot at the new Boogie Burger is almost full every time I drive by. Yes, their burgers are that good.
The Boogiemobile is always parked out front. The dinky strip center in the background, by the way, is the home of H2O Sushi, one of the best sushi joints I've ever tried. Almost immediately on the other side of Boogie Burger is Khoury's Mediterranean Grill & Market & Hookah Bar, which is yummy, too.