Top Five Burgers In Seattle

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In the mood for a great burger? If you’re in Seattle, you’re in luck.  Sure, Seattle is more commonly associated with fresh seafood or farmers markets, but the local secret here is are some pretty fantastic variations on this craved classic.

1 Dicks

This iconic burger joint, with four other locations in Seattle, is more than a great cheeseburger and bag of greasy fries, Dicks is a Seattle landmark giving back to their employees.  Providing fantastic opportunities for school savings, health care, you name it – this fast food joint serves-up more than just a great burger for their employees (believe us, it is well worth the pile of napkins).

115 Broadway Ave. East

Seattle, WA 98102

(206) 323-1300

2 Sorrento Hotel’s Hunt Club

Nestled inside the stately Sorrento Hotel, wrapped in rich woods and old-world charm, The Hunt Club offers much more than a healthy dose of nostalgia, but also one of Seattle’s best burgers. Served complete with Zoe’s bacon, and a healthy dose of Tillamook Cheddar, this burger is for the hungry.

900 Madison Street

Seattle, WA 98104.

206.622. 6400

3 Red Mill

Voted “One of the 20 Hamburgers You Must Eat Before You Die” by the Oprah Show & GQ Magazine, Red Mill burgers live up to their reputation to the very last bite.  We love the mushroom burger (ask for a extra, and they will gladly oblige).

Phinney Ridge

312 North 67th St

(206) 783-6362

4 The Lunchbox Laboratory

This critically acclaimed, widely reviewed, and wildly loved Seattle establishment serves a bit of style in every bite.  You won’t find run of the mill angus on this menu. No sir. Expect Kobe or lamb (bean for the veggies, out there).  With old of this world flavor, exciting combinations, and time-tested winners, Lunchbox Laboratory is a hands down top five (many would argue these guys are in a burger league of their own).

1253 Thomas Street

Seattle, WA. 98109


5 Spring Hill

In West Seattle, it’s all about the neighborhood.  At Spring Hill (in West Seattle), it’s all good.  Topped with thick (very thick) bacon, artisian cheese, and “special sauce,” this burger is a knock your socks off wonder. Grilled to perfection and artfully placed – this burger actually looks too good to be true (take it from us, it is every bit as good as it looks).

4437 California Avenue Southwest

Seattle, WA 98116-4108

(206) 935-1075

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