The $48 platter showcases three of chef Daniel Boulud's burger creations.
Burger blogger Mathew Ramsey came up with a tribute to the local punk legend that is "straight (v)edge."
MacKaye won't be ordering this banh mi-inspired burger, topped with chicken liver mousse.
The Massachusetts Avenue burger joint wants to change the way you order.
The burger chain opened its first D.C. restaurant on Wednesday.
The chain's second D.C.-area location will serve burgers, chicken sandwiches and Haagen-Dazs shakes.
The fourth and fifth D.C. area Shake Shacks will open next year.
Five burger happy hours worth checking out.
This is what happens when the best bits of D.C.'s best burgers join together as one.
Madness, you say? I'm not here to tell you you're wrong.