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BGR The Burger Joint

  • Address:
    8056 Tysons Corner Center
    McLean, VA 22102
  • Phone:
    (703) 790-3437
  • Fax:
    (703) 790-3438

Our burgers are crafted with the finest beef on the planet. We only use grain-fed cattle; all natural, no hormones, fillers or antibiotics, and most importantly they run free in the fields. Our prime beef is dry aged (the amount of time is a closely guarded secret), blended and ground fresh.The beef is only one component, but it's the canvas we use. The buns are made for us locally and delivered fresh every day. The tomatoes are the finest available. Lastly, the burgers are grilled to temperature over an open flame — not fried on a piece of stainless steel. We present to you not a fast food place, not a mass production burger operation, but a "joint" — one that you can make your own, stay awhile and enjoy the food.