On Father’s Day, there’s always a ton of pressure to take Dad to the best steakhouse in town (and rightfully so.) However, not all dads want to put on a pair of dress shoes to celebrate their special day. Some dads are just down for a great burger and fries – and luckily, we certainly that covered here in Washington, D.C.
If you’re on the hunt to find the best burger spot in the city to take Dad to on Sunday, June 19, check out these Washington, D.C. burger joints near your RESA apartment for everything from a classic cheeseburger to a vegan black bean burger.
The Big Board, located at 421 H St NE, Washington, D.C. which is a 15-minute walk from your RESA apartment allowing you to walk off a few calories, is a high-concept pub for clever burgers and draft beer sold at prices that fluctuate with demand.
In 2011, Mark, Eric Doyle and Dave realized their dream of opening their own neighborhood bar and restaurant. Drawing on Mark’s experience as a sous chef in France, a menu was curated to deliver their unique take on gourmet burgers. To create a burger that truly set itself apart, the guys drew upon a family marinade recipe developed by the boys’ father, Admiral Flannery, who spent his career as director of the National Military Command Center.
Good Stuff Eatery, located at 303 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, D.C. which is worth every minute of the 10 minute drive from your RESA apartment, is a casual, multilevel upscale-industrial spot serving gourmet burgers, fries, shakes and salads.
Good Stuff Eatery is all about farm fresh ingredients, a chic atmosphere and hip music to get you singing out loud. This chef-driven restaurant ensures that guests enjoy the “good stuff” – local and organic food cultivated by farmers. Their meat is a proprietary custom blend from the middle of America with all natural ingredients.
421 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002
303 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003