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What You'll Get
The hamburger is a classic customizable meal—you can choose your toppings, your condiments, and the human name you assign it before eating it. Bite into Barry J. Burgerton with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$14 for two burgers and one side for lunch at the Pennsylvania Avenue location ($27.15 value)
$14 for two burgers and one side for lunch at the Mission Road location ($27.15 value)
$16 for two burgers and one side for dinner at the Pennsylvania Avenue location ($27.15 value)
$16 for two burgers and one side for dinner at the Mission Road location ($27.15 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid toward quick fix menu. Extra fee required for burgers over $10.95. Dine-in only. Lunch hours are 11am-5pm; dinner hours are 5pm-closing. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Blanc Burgers + Bottles
At Blanc Burgers + Bottles, burger doesn’t just mean a basic grilled patty. In addition to American beef, there’s also hormone-free chicken, carnitas-style pork, and curried lentils among nearly 20 protein options. Chefs stuff or pile each with eclectic extras and housemade pickles. Hand-cut fries, beer-battered cheese curds and onion rings, and chicken wings marinated in housemade sauce make for marginally less elaborate sides. Though the options might seem overwhelming, servers with deep culinary knowledge acquired by sleeping on a copy of the menu every night are on hand to sort through them all.
Though the burgers take a wide-ranging, global approach to their flavor palettes, Blanc’s decor is decidedly space-age American. Stylized orange starbursts and flocks of bubbles decorate white walls around sleek furniture. Behind a long white counter recalling a luncheonette just opened in 1959, barkeepers pour wine, refreshing seasonal cocktails, and nearly 100 varieties of domestic, imported, and American craft brews, including steam beers, lagers, hop-rich IPAs, and specialty lambics. Even youngsters can hop on the craft-beverage bandwagon with more than 20 boutique sodas in flavors such as apple, blueberry, and pineapple, available with or without cocktail onions.