Without burgers, french fries would constantly be lonely, forcing them to search for companions via heartfelt love letters written to notoriously hollow onion rings. Console solitary side dishes by pairing them with today’s Groupon: for $4, you get a Prime-beef, dry-aged burger at BGR The Burger Joint (a $6.99 value).
BGR owner Mark Bucher tried and tested his burger recipe until finally attaining the recipe for a meaty masterpiece that has garnered mention from a variety of press, including NBC Washington, the Washington Post, and ESPN. The award-winning burger boasts an upbringing from all-natural, hormone-free, grain-fed beef that is then dry aged, blended, sung to, and ground fresh.
Not merely content to let their meat stand alone, BGR The Burger Joint nestles each palate-titillating patty between two freshly toasted brioche buns that are baked locally and exclusively for the eatery, and delivered fresh every day. Patrons can decorate their meaty morsels to their mouths’ content with a choice of lettuce, tomato, onions, mojo sauce, and pickles, or throw on cheese ($0.99), slices of applewood-smoked bacon ($0.99), or a second patty ($2) for an additional fee (extras not covered by today's Groupon). Aside from assembling the circular sustenance, the beef slingers at BGR cook each bun topper atop an open flame at the time of order, avoiding precooked meals kept hot by heat lamps or mini fire-breathing dragons.
BGR The Burger Joint
BGR has been serving their award-winning burgers in the DC area since 2008. At BGR, the food is made with fresh ingredients and made to order right in front of your eyes. Their award-winning burgers are cooked to order and grilled over an open flame and then placed atop buttery, locally made brioche buns delivered fresh each day. The menu focuses on the Triple D burger topped with an over easy egg, apple wood smoked bacon, grilled jalapeno and cheddar cheese. For nonbeef eaters, the menu's selection of burgers also includes turkey and veggie varieties, as well as The Greek, a seasoned lamb patty topped with tzatziki and feta. Burgers are also available in a lettuce wrap or on a salad in a healthy salad bowl.
Diners can request all of BGR The Burger Joint's fries—from thick-cut yukon gold potatoes to their garlic and to their asparagus fries. The staff hand-spins shakes with Gifford's or Breyers ice cream to create extra-thick treats for finishing off meals, and some shops curate their own selection of bottled vintage sodas and offer beer and wine.