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September
19

Burger Spots

The Emerald City is home to its fair share of culinary legends, and our brokers know you'll need a good meal to keep your energy high when you're visiting Seattle homes for sale. For an unforgettable twist on an American classic, you shouldn't overlook this city's take on the good, old-fashioned burger.

From high-end gourmet restaurants to drive-in chains born and raised right here in Washington, you will have plenty of options when it comes to the classic combo of a burger and fries. There's something here for everyone, and your favorite is always on the menu.

Let's drop in on just a handful of the most noteworthy burger spots near Seattle:

  1. The West Seattle Swinery – 3207 California Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA 98116
    The West Seattle Swinery made its name as a butcher and still bills itself as Seattle's #1 meat shop. This "local mom and pop meat shop" sits side by side with its own comfortable restaurant. An award-winning Swinery Burger is the headliner here, boasting a third of a pound of authentic Painted Hills beef.

  2. Harry's Fine Foods – 601 Bellevue Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98102
    Harry's Fine Foods is one of the linchpin restaurant and bar combos in Seattle's always sought-after Capitol Hill neighborhood. Whether you're in the mood for dinner, happy hour, or a weekend brunch, quality burgers with meat from local producers are here for you to enjoy.

  3. Dick's Drive-In – 115 Broadway East, Seattle, WA 98102
    With locations all throughout Seattle, Dick's Drive-In may be the most popular chain in the city. Don't let that fool you into thinking you are getting a "same old, same old" burger. Dick's is a local institution for a few good reasons, including the super-specialized and always satisfying menu, now 70 years running.

  4. Katsu Burger – 6538 4th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98108
    Katsu Burger is a Japanese-inspired burger bar where the familiar beef patty gets traded in for slabs of katsu. It's a true Seattle success story, building its brand to eight locations. Some of them include a sushi bar or a full Japanese restaurant menu, while others (such as this one) focus exclusively on the burgers.

  5. Great State Burger – 2041 7th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
    When you want a Washington spin on the cheeseburger you crave, you need to look no further than Great State Burger. Tempting its eager guests with burgers, fries, and shakes done right – served up with a side of fun – it is Washington's answer to the mainstay burger drive-through.

  6. Shake Shack – 2115 Westlake Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
    Beloved by college students, Shake Shack is popular for its gourmet spin on all the old standbys. You can find a Shake Shack in more than half of all states, but it has a unique place in Seattle food lore. Try out the "concretes," milkshakes that bite back – or visit the official Shake Shack food truck before or after hours.

  7. Taurus Ox – 1523 East Madison Street #101, Seattle, WA 98122
    Taurus Ox means no nonsense when it comes to some of the best burgers in Seattle, rated 4.8 after hundreds of Google Reviews. Its roots are in Laotian cuisine, furnishing you with lots of unexpected pairings and striking flavors to go with a classic or "Asian fusion" burger of your choice.

  8. Rain City Burgers – 6501 Roosevelt Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115
    Rain City Burgers is the perfect place to go to watch the big game with a few dozen friends. Savor all the fast-paced action and excitement as you wrap your mouth around quality burgers themed around some top local sports teams. You can complete the winning roster with your preference of tater tots or sweet potato fries.

  9. Mean Sandwich – 1510 Northwest Leary Way, Seattle, WA 98107
    Don't be intimidated by the name: Mean Sandwich is home to a slew of "can't miss" burgers. One or two quarter-pound patties, reliable American cheese, and your pick of specialty toppings sit on a Tribeca Oven bun paired with "fried-baked" potatoes. It's a mouthful!

There are many culinary delights to discover in the Seattle area. Ready to make this area your home? Contact us to find out more about Seattle real estate today.

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