I've loved a burger since I was a young'un standing in line at the golden arches. And while McDonald's may not be in my current 'where to buy a burger' rotation these Seattle joints fill the bill quite nicely.
Long-time locals swear by the burgers and fries but for me the reason to drop by this carry out window are the chocolate shakes-- which happen to pair nicely with rum.
Situated across the street from the swanky Rainier Club a meal during happy hour here will set you back less than the tip for the valet across the street. Order the burger and fries and know you've made a wise choice on how to spend your pennies.
This good looking room serves up stellar steaks, sides, wine and desserts 7 days a week. Don't miss the Manhattan, the Bloody Mary, the burger or the happy hour that runs Monday - Friday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. when bites set you back just $4- $7.
Skip the pizza and order the pulled pork or a cheese burger with a side of perfectly done onion rings.
Burgers, shakes and fries are spot on. Expect a wait as everything is cooked fresh to order.
The short ribs and the sloppy joe shine at this extremely lively Cap Hill gastropub. They take their burgers and beer very seriously here as well.
This pint sized room serves up inventive small plates and carefully crafted cocktails to Seattle's foodie community. Don't miss the grass fed beef burger topped with pork belly, onions and cheddar.
Power lunches and special occasions are what built their reputation but I go for the remarkably well-priced happy hour. Order the bacon truffle deviled eggs, a burger or the steak frites. You can thank me later.
House ground beef made into one of the best burgers in town make Zippy's worth the drive across town.
Locally sourced ingredients, friendly service, a lively room and burgers & fries that can't be beat keep me coming back to this Fremont treasure. Don't miss the salted caramel shake or the lamb burger with peppers,onions, manchego, lemons, arugula, & cilantro
Seattle isn't always friendly to outsiders but when Five Guys hit town the city welcomed them with open arms. Probably because they serve up some of the juiciest and more affordable burgers in town. Don't miss their fries prepared in peanut oil either.
Burgers, fries, poutine, stacks of flap jacks, kale caesars, it's all good at this food truck gone bricks n' mortar on Cap Hill. A sunny room, upbeat service and a full bar seal the deal!
A little spendy outside of happy hour but fortunately the happy runs long on Sunday - Thursday (4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.) and has great bevs & bites for just $4 -$10. Don't miss the $10 bar burger. Live piano music is a wonderful bonus!