“in business since 1956”
Best place to go in the Tri Cities, the complete sports bar. Seven ft. TV screen, best burgers, friendliest and award winning service. From local lifestyle magazines to the office lunch crowd, the answer is The Boulevard Lounge, Inc., affectionately known as “The Bully” since Clyde Dexter opened for business in 1956. "It was actually in the little shop next door in the beginning," said assistant manager Dawn Mercier, who joined the staff about 15 years ago. "He sold burgers back then, too, and people would come up and tell him what they had and he'd tell them what they owed. "I still hear about the cigar box that he used as his cash register, where he kept his money, and how he'd pull it out to make change." The Boulevard Lounge, Inc.• HOW TO FIND IT: 316 S. Saginaw in Midland • PRICES: Omelets run from $5.84 to $6.44. Breakfasts range from $4.24 to $7.74 for sirloin steak, eggs, potatoes and toast. Appetizers cost $3.54 for French fries to $8.54 for a combo platter that includes your choice of four items from bottle caps, onion petals, hot wings, fries, mozzarella sticks, tenders, potato skins and onion rings. The award-winning burger is $5.14; other sandwiches run from $2.04 to $7.19 for the double-cheeseburger. Salads range from $2.24 to $6.24 and homemade chicken noodle soup and chili cost $2.94. Dinners run from $6.99 to $14.14 for New York strip. And a little south selections run from $5.94 to $6.44. Those burgers are still popular — the smallest is a half-pound of lean ground chuck, and you wouldn't believe how many people order double-patties, Mercier said. The Bully buys 100 pounds of ground chuck every other day and none goes to waste, she said.
Be the first to add a review to the Boulevard Lounge Inc.
Boulevard Lounge Inc
Hours not available
Is there a problem with this listing? Let us know.
Own this business?
Claim your business to keep your
listing's information up to date.