Unique Atmosphere-Endless Beer List.
Colorful spray painted walls. Unique designs. Lightening bolts. Find the little skull in the wall. Crystal Chandelier, luxurious red faux high-backed booths, handmade tables and chairs with wooden silver spikes. Beautiful wall sconces with mood candles on fireplace. Great green back room. Good for privacy or for a group lunch meeting. Comfy seats. Fun atmosphere. Large beer list. Great burgers. Personable staff. A great change for Georgetown. A must see restaurant when in Georgetown.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
Entering this M Street burger restaurant is a bit like falling down the rabbit hole; one leaves Georgetown’s refined and all-American eateries and enters an ornate concept restaurant that looks like it belongs more on H Street. This rock-and-roll burger den has a gothic feel; a spray-painted front room gives way to a low-ceilinged area with chandeliers, high-backed booths and chairs upholstered with faux-croc seats and bedecked with medieval-like spikes. Find other gothic rock touches throughout; a silver skull here, a guitar there--it all goes well with the joint’s classic rock soundtrack and, of course, burgers: The free-range, grass-fed 10-ounce patties are cooked to a warm pink center and are served on a challah bun with home cut fries on the side.