Even though I don’t eat any meat or poultry, I still was dying to try out Good Stuff Eatery when it joined the slew of restaurants on M. During my first week back, I went for the first time. Since then, I’ve been twice and plan on going again. Three times in a semester might not seem like a lot, but it’s a pretty solid number considering how unhealthful the food is and how often I actually trek past campus’s front gates. And for all the carnivores, the burgers are said to be amazing and delicious. All of my meat-eating friends love Good Stuff burgers as much as I love my ‘shroom ones.
Name: Good Stuff Eatery
Location: 3291 M Street NW (Washington, D.C.)
Time: 7pm on Thursday
Order: ‘Shroom burger ($6.98), Sunny’s handcut fries regular size ($3.69), cookies and cream hand spun shake ($5.45)
Review: Holy cow (or holy mushroom?). Good Stuff is adequately titled. The mushroom burger (albeit still fried and a tad bit greasy) is absolutely delicious, with a well-rounded mélange of flavors; it definitely beats out Shake Shack’s version in size and flavor. The fries are also yummy, but I prefer the rosemary and sea salt fries there. The milkshake is super rich and thick, probably something to share unless you’re hell bent on approximately 800+ calories in one sitting (and in one container). I still prefer Tombs milkshakes, for the record.