Marjorie Meek-Bradley, in partnership with Tin Shop, is excited to bring the first Smoked & Stacked to the Shaw Neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Marjorie, a California native, has lived across the U.S. and setted in D.C. in 2009. While in D.C., she has worked in notable restaurants such as Zaytinya and Graffiato before becoming the executive chef at Ripple and Roofers Union. As a James Beard nominated chef and Top Chef Season 13 finalist, Marjorie felt that D.C. had a hole when it came to breakfast sandwiches and pastrami, both of which she fell in love with while living in New York City. Smoked & Stacked is here to fill that gap — specializing in house-cured pastrami and breakfast sandwiches served on milk bread. We hope that you love them as much as we do!

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