D.C. BRGR Bash this Saturday at 945 Florida Ave, NW

945 Florida Ave, NW formerly home to District Flea

Following last year’s wildly successful BRGR Battle in Ballston, the newly rebranded D.C. BRGR Bash will take place in the heart of Shaw at 945 Florida Ave, NW— just steps away from the U Street/Cardozo Metro stop. The event, which brings together 10 of the DMV’s best burger chefs for a friendly competition amidst live music, games, and a craft beer garden, will happen rain or shine on JULY 19 from 1 to 6 pm.


Willow Restaurant – Arlington
Burger Tap & Shake – Foggy Bottom
Cafe Saint-Ex – 14th Street
GUGS – Georgetown
Big Buns – Arlington
Granville Moore’s – H Street
Boundary Stone – Bloomingdale
1905 – Shaw
Old Ebbitt Grill – Downtown
Fainting Goat – U Street


D.C. BRGR Bash has partnered with DC Brau and Atlas Brew Works — two of D.C.’s top craft breweries — to offer a selection of 16 oz. drafts on sale for $5 at the event. On tap will be three beers from each brewery — DC Brau’s The Public, The Corruption, and The Tradition. Atlas Brew Works will pour District Common, Rowdy Rye and Home Rule.

D.C. BRGR Bash will feature live music for the entirety of the event from the following local acts: DJ John Bowen, house-infused funk group House of Soul, and the nine-piece soul and R&B powerhouse The Original Moonlighters.


D.C. BRGR Bash believes in making all of our guests happy by offering as much choice as possible. D.C. BRGR Bash will offer three types of tickets, which allow guests to customize their experience. Tickets are processed and issued through Eventbrite and are exchangeable but not refundable.

Burger Flight A – $27
Event access for one person and five tickets for five pre-selected “not-so-mini burgers” from five of the ten competitors

Burger Flight B – $27
Event access for one person and five tickets for five pre-selected “not-so-mini burgers” from five of the ten competitors not included in Burger Flight A.

10 Burgers for Two – $47
Event access for two people and TEN tickets for ten “not-so-mini burgers” from all ten competitors.”

One Comment

  • clevelanddave

    5+ bucks each for “pre-selected” sliders, including from some places that don’t really specialize/aren’t really known for their burgers? Pass…

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