Believe it or not, coffee is becoming a popular add-on to a lot of burgers.
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A disturbing trend has emerged at the city’s burger joints: the burger bowl. In an attempt to appeal to carb-conscious diners, restaurants are offering bunless burger options served over a bed of greens. I sampled four of these nonstacked burgers and, sadly, none stacks up to a actual burger. And if you want a salad? […]
It's been five years since celebrity chef Bobby Flay opened his first Bobby's Burger Palace in Long Island, N.Y. And yesterday, his 16th location opened in Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda. That makes five BBPs in the D.C. area (including downtown D.C., College Park, Hanover, Md., and Woodbridge, Va.), all trying to convert diners to […]
D.C.’s appetite for truffled french fries and secret sauces shows no sign of abating. Years after BGR, Shake Shack, Black & Orange, Good Stuff Eatery, and their ilk landed in the District, a new crop of “better burger” joints is joining the competition. How to tell them apart? With this chart, obviously. Click to enlarge:
Ask anyone what’s missing from the D.C. food scene, and they’re not likely to respond with “another upscale burger joint.” But that hasn’t stopped Washington native and former Top Chef contestant Timothy Dean from opening a second outpost of TD Burger in NoMa today. “With the economy, I’m just looking at doing something simple,” he […]
R.J. Cooper's Rogue 24 to offer shorter tasting menus with larger portions, cheaper prices [Eater] La Forchetta's Roberto Donna is taking it easy with the eggs these days [Post] Spike Mendelsohn's "Sunnyside" burger is messy, but it doesn't suck. [Burger Days] Have a drink and vent with Raynold Mendizabal at Black & Orange [Blade] Try […]
No end in sight for D.C.'s burger boom. [TBD] A day in the life of chef Mike Isabella. [City Eats] Tabaq gets ABC Board approval to reopen. [Borderstan] Rogue 24 dumps Open Table for City Eats [Washingtonian] Are food trucks getting screwed by the new sales tax bill? [Reason] Health inspectors have issues with Asian […]
Inspired by New York Times critic Pete Wells' recent review of Shake Shack, Esquire is conducting a poll of its readers to find out, "What's the most life-changing burger joint in America?" A couple of local standouts, including D.C.'s Black & Orange, regional-turned-national chain Five Guys and Ray's Hell Burger in Arlington, have earned a […]
Early last month, Y&H chatted with chef Raynold Mendizabal about his forthcoming Black & Orange burger joint on 14th Street NW—the second location to sell Mendizabal's whimsically titled beef patties in the District. On Thursday evening, the restaurant sent out invites for a VIP opening party on Jan. 31. A rep tells me the resto will […]