Bride & Groom MOM Subscribe

Find Local

Best Bites Blog > Burger Brackets

Burger Brackets: Chadwick’s vs. EatBar

We’re on to the final four in the Burger Brackets. Who’ll make it through to the finals? Who will be cast aside? Vote now for your choice.

Well, in a neck-and-neck vote that was too close to call until right before we closed the poll, both Elevation Burger and BLT Steak proved themselves to have a rabid fanbase. And so we have our first-ever entrant into the Burger Brackets final…drumroll…BLT Steak!

The voting on the finals will open tomorrow, Friday, March 27 at 2 PM, and will stay open for a whole week this time. So vote early (but not often: we'll be monitoring the polls to make sure there are no shenangians going on in the voting. If we see what appears to be irregularities, we reserve the right to disqualify an entrant).  

For now, let's get on to the last match-up before we hit the finals. Check below for the face-off! 

Just a reminder: you can keep tabs on all the Burger Brackets and browse through past ones here.

Chadwick's: The $9 burger at the Georgetown branch of this friendly neighborhood pub is nearly a half-pound of charbroiled Angus topped with lettuce, tomato, and a pickle. On Mondays you'll find it for half-price.

EatBar: It's better known for its housemade hotdog, but the $10 burger at this Lyon Park gastropub is popular too. It's elevated by herbs and a good dose of butter, then topped with sweet pickles. There's even homemade ketchup to go with it.

Who makes the better burger? Vote in the poll below, spread the word to your friends, and leave your thoughts in the comments—and make sure to check back tomorrow to see who made it to the Burger Brackets final!

Keep tabs on all the Burger Brackets here.

>> Still have the voting bug? Cast a vote in our photo contest to help decide this month's winner.

Read Next

Vince Opening at CityCenterDC

blog comments powered by Disqus

more from Washingtonian

Most Popular on Washingtonian

“Life Below Zero’s” Andy Bassich on Why He Moved From Washington to Rural Alaska

Here's a Map Showing Dozens of Washington's Rooftop Bars

Memorial Day 2015 Dining Guide: Crab and Oyster Feasts, Patio Parties, and Bottomless Brunches

9 Restaurants Native Washingtonians Love (Even If No Else Does)

How to Spend Memorial Day in Washington, DC

Things to Do in DC on Memorial Day Weekend

20 Great Walks Around Washington, DC

Washington Pool Bars/Restaurants for Memorial Day Weekend

This $13.5 Million McLean Castle Has a Four-Story Glass Elevator