Taking one for the Team (office lunch), trekked into the Crystal City location today...
A Blazin' Barn burger, with lettuce instead of a bun, appeared medium rare with nice char. Looks were deceiving; the beef had little interest or noteworthy seasoning. I enjoyed the novelty of pickled daikon and cilantro, and wound up rolling the lettuce and vegetables together for a mini-summer roll effect. I make better sriracha mayo at home, but can see why Good Stuff's is a hit for sweet/spicy/salty fans.
I winced, and apologized to our future, as I placed an aluminum bag, clear clamshell, plastic fork and knife, drink cup, lid, straw, and non-recyclable basket liner into the trash can. The website
says the cup was bio-degradable, I can only hope. The 1% environmental fee is a good thing, as are the paper-towel free restrooms with a smart door design to keep you from touching the handle. Another good thing was the quickly-moving queue, surprising efficiency for such a packed venue.
Colleagues downed burgers and milkshakes, including a relatively new "Sticky Toffee". Normally fans of All Things Good Stuff, their advice was to forgo this overly sweet concoction and instead aim for the vanilla or toasted marshmallow. They also advised getting the thyme/rosemary seasoned fries, not just the plain ones.
I advise going somewhere else