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Good Stuff Eatery Fans Can Now Have Burgers at the Airport

The D.C. brand lands at Reagan National Airport

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A Good Stuff burger
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Flyers passing through Reagan National Airport now have a new option — even for breakfast.

Spike Mendelsohn’s burger joint Good Stuff Eatery opens doors on Thursday, and it’s the first crack at breakfast for the family-run company that launched back in 2008 in Capitol Hill.

Four breakfast sandwich options, served until 10 a.m., come on a toasted brioche bun and include The Eggstroadinaire, The Healthy Greek with egg whites, and Spike’s Sunnyside, a meaty option with 1/3-lb. natural farm raised beef. Make it a combo for $12 and tack on Compass Coffee and Sunny’s homefry and onions.

The fare that made Good Stuff Eatery famous in the D.C. area is also available after breakfast hours, including gourmet burgers, hand-cut fries, and shakes. There are eight flavors of hand-spun shakes to choose from, and some of its five $8.40 burgers are odes to the ending administration: the Prez Obama Burger comes topped with applewood bacon, while the Michelle Melt is a free range turkey burger. Customers can make any burger a chicken sandwich, and salad options come with Southern-style cornbread.

Good Stuff Eatery’s latest DCA location is franchise owned and operated by OHM Concession Group. Eater recently updated its list of local airports concessions just in time for the holidays.

Status: Certified open; 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. in Terminal B; website.