I went to DC Cobbs with my family. We heard the burgers were delicious. I had the Woodstock, which had Balsamic Vinegar, Fresh Mozzarella, Boursin Cheese, and Roasted Red Peppers. The toppings were tasty and so was the bun and mac & cheese I got as my side. I have two complaints though...the hamburger meat was not seasoned at all. For a place known for burgers, one would think they would at least throw some salt and pepper in the meat prior to cooking. Also, they charge $2 more for mac and cheese for the side, which is fine; however, the size off the side portion is ridiculous. It was about 6 bites worth. It tasted good, but not worth the $2 upcharge. I'll go back someday probably, but won't make a point of hurrying back.
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