If you're looking for burger restaurants in Washington look no further. Walters Sports Bar is known for having some of the best Burgers in Washington. Located at 1221 Van St SE 115, Walters Spor...show more
Spicy cheese potato and ancho aioli.
BBQ spice and alabama white sauce.
Crispy Pork Belly, red cabbage slaw, citrus vinaigrette, soy glaze, sesame seed, scallions
Roasted Red Pepper, House Tortilla Chips, Garlic Oil
Flat Iron Steak, pastrami fat fries, and house steak sauce.
Summer succotash, shitake mushroom, cauliflower and ramp puree
Grilled Peaches, Red Onion, Cilantro, Balsamic and Port Reduction
2 walters beef patties, Cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and pickles. 4 oz of our signature blend ground beef.
2 walters beef patties, pepper jack, arugula, bacon, walters sauce, and caramelized onions. 4 oz of our signature blend ground beef.
Vegetarian patty, Cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and pickles.
Smoked poblano aioli, pickled slaw, and Cheddar cheese. Served with fries.
Epic curing bacon, Cheddar cheese, guacamole, habanero aioli, and arugula. Served with fries.
Coffee dry rub, alabama white sauce, and red cabbage slaw. Served with fries.
House Smoked Turkey, Pepper Jack Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Tarragon Aioli, Toasted Sourdough Bread. Come with French Fries
Old Bay Aioli, Lettuce, Tomato. Served With Fries
Walter's wings are smoked then finished with your favorite sauce or spice combination.
Baby kale, goat cheese, dry blueberries, spiced pecans, baby zucchini, red onion, and citrus vinaigrette.
Mixed Greens, Cherry Tomato, Red Onion, Hard Boiled Egg, Blue Cheese, Croutons, House Vinaigrette
Mixed Greens, Grilled Corn, Roasted Red Pepper, Cherry Tomato, Red Onion, Queso Fresco, Crispy Tortilla Strips, Southwestern Dressing Steak comes served medium rare, please specify if you'd like a different temperature.
Relive your childhood beach treat. Covered in powered sugar these treats will surely satisfy your sweet tooth.
Founded in fudge-covered waffle cones, this caramel-swirled concoction is the only flavor that gets a s'cream of approval from The Late Show host, Stephen Colbert. What's sweeter is this flavor supports charitable causes through The Stephen Colbert AmeriCone Dream Fund.
Our euphorically edible tribute to guitarist Jerry Garcia & Grateful Dead fans everywhere, it’s the first ice cream named for a rock legend and the most famous of our fan-suggested flavors.
We knew we were onto something big when we made the world’s first batch of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream in 1984. Today the flavor still reigns among our all-time most popular concoctions.
The fabulously fudgy brownies in this flavor come from New York’s Greyston Bakery, where producing great baked goods is part of their greater-good mission to provide jobs and training to low-income city residents.
Somewhere between the creamy coffee coffee ice cream & the buzzbuzzbuzz of espresso fudge, it hits you: you’re wide awake & in lovelovelove.
We've combined some of your most favorite Ben & Jerry's flavors & swirled them into even bigger show-stoppers. Now you can enjoy them in tasty, twisted tandem!
Ben & Jerry’s is proud to partner with fellow B Corps Greyston & Rhin Bakeries to bring you half baked. The incredible stories behind both the fudge brownies & cookie dough make this a flavor that not only tastes good, but does good.
In case you’ve ever wondered what makes this wintry flavor so wicked cool to luge a spoon through: it’s the pepperminty excellence we packed in it, not to mention all those chocolate sandwich cookie moguls. Enjoy!
Roasted California pistachios, pistachio butter, milk, pure cane sugar, fresh cream and milk are expertly blended to create our Pacific Coast pistachio. Previously called Sicilian Pistachio, this flavor uses the same delicious recipe but now with pistachios from California.
Fresh milk, sugar and cream are slow cooked and the finest vanilla beans are imported from Madagascar to create a rich, one-of-a-kind taste that’s anything but plain vanilla.
Our Double Dark Chocolate gelato is blended with semisweet chocolate morsels and just a dash of vermout. Is it possible to have a crush on a frozen dessert?