Washington, DC

via Sandi Buns

Check out the current menu here.

Thanks to Troy for sending word about the Sandi Buns ghost kitchen launching out of Service Bar Thursday. Sandi Buns’ website says:

“Let’s face it, COVID sucks, burgers are awesome, so let’s have some fun with it. Sandi Buns is an eclectic ghost concept from the minds behind Service Bar, but will be driven by the community. Read More


1529 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Back in August we noted that City Sliders was taking over the former Zannchi space. Good news from the Georgetown BID about this week’s opening:

“featuring every kind of (seemingly generous!) slider imaginable – from a BLT, to Korean pork belly, brisket, Nashville hot chicken, Banh Mi burger, Angus beef, crispy cod, Cuban, steak & cheese…the list goes on. Read More


449 K Street, NW. Photo by Daniel

Melange’s website says:

“Mélange (French: “mixing”) is a story about mixture and the careful harmony of flavors, ingredients, and techniques from around the world. Born in Ethiopia, trained in France, and now famous for his triple-blend burger, Chef Elias Taddesse’s new restaurant Mélange builds on his iconic burger with new classics inspired by his Ethiopian heritage. As the city reopens, Mélange will expand with an East-African infused cocktail menu and chef tasting menus of Ethiopian-infused fine French cuisine.”

Check out their menu here.

From the Mount Vernon Triangle BID:

“After weeks of anticipation, Mélange has opened for pickup at 449 K Street NW starting today, September 2 and will open for patio dine-in service this Friday, September 4. Read More


3001 Connecticut Ave, NW

From a press release:

“FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc., parent company of Elevation Burger and seven other restaurant concepts, in partnership with Franchisee, Yousuf Nagaria of Capitol Concessions LLC, announces the opening of a new location in Washington D.C. at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. The grand opening is scheduled for Friday, July 24, 2020.

“Elevation Burger is a fan favorite in the communities surrounding Washington D.C. and it was only natural to add a location in the Nation’s Capital,” said Andy Wiederhorn, CEO of FAT Brands. “We’re thrilled to become a part of the experience that the Smithsonian’s National Zoo provides to so many families and individuals.” Read More


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