Cure a hangover with D.C.'s best greasy burgers
Barflies, congressmen, locals, hungry tourists and disheveled night owls trying to cope from the sins of the day before are making a beeline for the Tune Inn on Capitol Hill as they’ve done since 1947. Many go for the cheap, strong drinks, early hours (they start serving beer at 10:00 a.m.), but most are really in search of this dive bar’s signature hangover cure: the shamelessly irresistible greasy burgers.
Cooked until crispy on the outside and made with 100% beef, this is as old school as it gets. The meaty taste of the burgers washed down with an ice-cold soda, or foamy glass of beer, is pure hedonism even if you do stare into the blank eyes of a large deer head mounted to the wall. Loyal customers overlook the dusty assortment of doodads, taxidermy, political memorabilia, and pop culture whatnots that cover every square inch of wall space; the burgers are just that good.