The Good Stuff Eatery is a popular D.C .coast restaurant known for their Farmhouse Burgers and handspun shakes.
It’s a family-operated business that opened in July, 2008, as the brain child of Chef Spike, a contestant from Top Chef Season 4. It’s located just a block away from the Library of Congress, and two blocks from the Capitol, a perfect location for tourists and D.C. regulars to grab a bite.
Burgers Named After the Obamas
Pictures of the Obamas hang on the walls at the Good Stuff Eatery and the menu offers burgers named after them.
The Prez Obama Burger is topped with bacon, onion marmalade, Roquefort cheese and a scrumptious horseradish mayo sauce. The Michelle Melt is a healthier option made from free-range turkey. This burger is topped with caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, tomato, lettuce and served on a wheat bun with an herb dressing.
Make a Healthier Choice
For those who don’t eat red meat, the Good Stuff Eatery offers the perfect option. Any burger can be ordered as a chicken breast sandwich.
And for those eating low-carb or who prefer not to eat all the calories found in the dutch bun, they offer the opportunity to “Shun the Bun” and have the burger wrapped in lettuce, instead.
Lunch Bag Special
Due to its convenient location, the Good Stuff Eatery is an ideal place to stop for a meal for tour groups and school groups on a field trip. They offer a lunch bag special for $11.00 that includes a cheeseburger, snack fries, and a fountain soda to eat on the National Mall.
The Good Stuff Eatery is known for good burgers and consistent quality. If you’re in the D.C. area, this one place that won’t disappoint.