Burnt Ends

We’re not entirely sure what makes the food at Burnt Ends taste so good, but the prevailing theory is some form of Australian magic. The restaurant moved to a larger space in the Dempsey Hill area, but that somehow made reservations even harder to get. The menu changes pretty regularly, but what you can count on, though, is that everything from lettuce to duck hearts will have grill marks and be delicious—and that dinner will set you back at least $100 per person. Be sure to order their off-menu beef marmalade, a sweet and tasty mess of concentrated beef jam heaped onto their in-house sourdough. It’s like the Burnt Ends version of a secret handshake (but with meat).

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