Check Out Tasty Burger’s New Menu

2108 8th Street, NW

From a press release:

“What do you call an all-natural cheeseburger topped with fried pickles, roasted jalapeños, fried onions, and smoky BBQ sauce? The Mama Burger; just one of the delicious new items added to Tasty Burger’s menu today. Several new items announced today join the neighborhood burger joint’s menu full-time at its first D.C. location in Atlantic Plumbing in Shaw.

Known for its use of all-natural beef, eco-friendly packaging, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, and slew of condiments available on Lazy Susans throughout the restaurant, Tasty Burger heads into summer with several new-to-D.C. menu items that have big followings in Boston, where the growing East Coast burger chain was founded in 2010.

New menu items and combos include:

The Mama Burger

All-natural cheeseburger, fried pickles, roasted jalapenos, fried onions, smoky BBQ sauce

*A Boston customer favorite brought out of retirement*

Our Famous Turkey Burger

Chipotle mayo, lettuce, tomato

*New to D.C.*

Veggie Burger

Guacamole, spinach, red onion, tomato

*New preparation*

Garden Salad

Baby spinach, kale blend, grape tomatoes, cucumber, shredded carrot with choice of dressing: balsamic, lite Italian, blue cheese, ranch, honey mustard

*New to D.C.*

Family Picnic

Hamburger, Hot Dog, Choice of Drink

*New to D.C.*

Two Dog Night

Two Hot Dogs, French Fries or Tater Tots, Choice of Drink

*New to D.C.*

Mini Pies

Adorable four-inch snack pies from Table Talk Pies, a family-owned baking company that has made pies from scratch for almost 100 years

Available flavors: Apple, Blueberry, Chocolate Éclair

*New dessert in D.C.*

Additionally, Tasty Burger expands its value-driven Make it a Combo option to provide more choices to its customers. For an additional $3.50 added to the price of any sandwich, Tasty Burger customers can choose one of four sides (Tater Tots, French Fries, Onion Rings, or a Side Salad) and a Drink.

Tasty Burger (2108 8th Street NW, Washington D.C. 20001) is open 11am-1am Sunday-Thursday and 11am-2am Friday + Saturday.

You can see the full menu here: Menu_DC_May17 (PDF)

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