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CaliBurger doesn’t score many points for originality, but the Maryland burger spot can serve up a decent patty.

The chain, founded by brothers Paul, Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, has plans for several Washington-area locations.

The copycat restaurant's burgers are "pretty bang on the money" close to In-N-Out.

Where's that beef from? Want to know more about your cheese? This new Clarendon burger joint lays it on thick.

Ballston doubles as a science and technology hub and a residential enclave for young professionals.

The bucolic town of Purcellville, 50 miles west of Washington in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is full of wineries, breweries and an organic distillery.

The new Penn Quarter burger joint's name is telling.

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.

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