ShackBurger – Shake Shack

ShackBurger - Shake Shack
Cheeseburger lettuce, tomato, ShackSauce. Double $8.35
Shake Shack, Washington DC

Omg, I met my friend Adam, who was in town from San Francisco, and I think I went too hard, lol! Anyway, I stumbled my way to Shake Shack at the end of the night because even though I may have been drinking, I still know where to get a great burger. 🙂

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Mini burger – Super Duper Burgers

Mini burger - Super Duper Burgers
One 4 ounce patty, ground daily all natural Niman Ranch beef with fried egg. “Everything on it” with lettuce, tomato, red onions, Super sauce, and cheese. $7
Super Duper Burgers, San Francisco CA

This egg was cooked more than they usually cook them. Usually the yolk is shiny yellow throughout. Oh well, it was late at night and I don’t think I minded too much. I just needed some late-night grub!

Lamb burger – Barking Frog

Lamb burger - Barking Frog
Red wine onions, arugula, goat cheese, aioli, pickle, brioche bun. Served with portabello mushroom soup. $21
Barking Frog, Woodinville WA

This was a pretty heavy and rich burger, but I liked the combination of flavors. The lamb patty wasn’t too strong and it had a nice sear on the outside. The soup, also very heavy, was a tasty accompaniment.

Bbq ShackMeister burger – Shake Shack

Bbq ShackMeister burger - Shake Shack
Cheeseburger topped with crispy ShackMeister Ale-marinated shallots and Shack bbq sauce. Served with order of French fries. $9.39
Shake Shack, Tysons VA

Don’t get me wrong, this burger was very tasty but I just wish that the fried shallots weren’t SO greasy! I liked how they tasted but not how they felt in my mouth. Everything else was pretty spot on though! Mmm…

Beef burger – Barking Frog

Beef burger - Barking Frog
Candied bacon, Oregon blue cheese, smoked tomato ketchup, bibb lettuce, caramelized onion aioli, pickle, brioche bun. Served with portabello mushroom soup. $21
Barking Frog, Woodinville WA

This was good, and the beef patty was juicy and cooked nicely. The mushroom soup was also very tasty although I should have gone for a lighter side since the burger was quite large and heavy.

Spike’s sunnyside burger – Good Stuff Eatery

Spike's sunnyside burger - Good Stuff Eatery
1/3 pound natural farm raised beef, dairy fresh cheese, applewood bacon, fried egg, brioche bun, Good Stuff sauce. $7.65
Good Stuff Eatery, Washington DC

This burger was super messy, but totally worth it! I wish that the egg hadn’t broken before I could bite into it though. Regardless, the burger tasted great and went down easily!

Drew’s peanut butter bacon burger – Ted’s Bulletin

Drew's peanut butter bacon burger - Ted's Bulletin
Side of sweet tomato jam, served with hand-cut fries and pickle. $12.79
Ted’s Bulletin, Washington DC

I was skeptical of peanut butter on a hamburger, but it actually tasted really good even with some of the tomato jam mixed it! The beef patty was cooked nicely – juicy on the inside with a nice grilled crust on the outside. And the fries were deelish!