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Li'l Woody's Brings a Big Bite in Seattle

AHT: Seattle Charles Lam 12 comments

One of several new Capitol Hill burger newcomers, Li'l Woody's caters to the neighborhood's rapidly transitioning—and increasingly hip—residents. Good news is, Li'l Woody's is pretty good at catering to everyone else as well. More

Bellevue: El Gaucho's Tribute Burger, the 410

Denise Sakaki 5 comments

Seattle-area steakhouse El Gaucho puts the same attention on their custom-ground, dry-aged burger as they do on their steak, and it's a bargain for only $9 during happy hour. More

Seattle: Lunchbox Laboratory's 'Burger of the Gods'

AHT: Seattle Denise Sakaki 14 comments

There are burger purists who want nothing to come between the beef and bun, and those who don't mind piling on the toppings to push the hamburger envelope. Lunchbox Laboratory falls in the latter category, experimenting with flavor combinations and encouraging diners to do the same. More

Free Cheeseburgers at Dick's Drive-In for New Graduates Until June 21

Robyn Lee 2 comments

Seattle-area chain Dick's Drive-In is celebrating the graduation season with a free cheeseburger or hamburger to any high school or college graduate who shows up at any Dick's Drive-In in their cap and gown, until June 21. More

Seattle: At Lola, A Lamb Burger That Doesn't Miss a Bleat

AHT: Seattle Chris Hansen 7 comments

Lola's lamb burger arrives beautifully juicy with welcome background notes of char and the right amount of salt. It's a wallop of lamb-y richness—a boon for people that love the funkiness of the animal. More

Bellevue, WA: The Pumphouse Serves its Chili Burger with Flavorful History

AHT: Seattle Denise Sakaki 10 comments

Don't ignore this little dive bar and their chili burger made with a signature 30-year-old recipe. More

Burger City Guides: Tom Douglas's Favorite Burgers in Seattle

Allegra Ben-Amotz 10 comments

With 10+ restaurants and a James Beard award for Best Northwest Chef under his belt, Tom Douglas is a staple of the Seattle dining scene. And if there's one thing Tom does best, it's burgers. Chefs city-wide source their buns from his bakery, Dahlia Bakery, and diners come to his restaurants Palace Kitchen and Brave Horse Tavern to experience his elevated renditions of the fast-food classic. Here are Tom's top five Seattle burgers. More

Has Dick's Drive-In Changed Your Life?

Robyn Lee 12 comments

The winner of Eat Like a Man's recent poll on most life-changing burger joints, with 56 percent of the votes: Seattle-based chain Dick's Drive-In. You can see the distribution of votes at esquire.com. More

Woodinville, WA: Lamb Burgers Light Up Your Life at Fireside Cellars

AHT: Seattle Denise Sakaki 7 comments

Chef B's Lamb Burger from the Fireside Cellar at Willows Lodge will convert you to a lamb burger fan, especially during their "Happier Hour" weekday specials. More

'Seattle' Magazine's List of the 25 Best Burgers in Seattle

Robyn Lee 1 comment

The January issue of Seattle features a list of The 25 Best Burgers in Seattle in five categories, along with lists of famous friends' favorite burgers and favorite big, over-the-top burgers. Here's a quick list of the places mentioned; check out Seattle's website for more descriptions and photos. More

Bellevue, WA: Wibbley's Burgers, Satisfying Pub Grub For Your Lunch Hour

AHT: Seattle Denise Sakaki 5 comments

This English pub-style restaurant is a local favorite and a burger haven for those wanting a good, affordable quarter-pound burger. More

11 Burgers That Are Worth the Hype

The Serious Eats Team 41 comments

Famous burgers may not always live up to the hype, but mountains of praise have to be right sometimes. Here are some of our favorite burgers around the country that are worth the hype. More

Seattle: The Spice is Right at Icon Grill

AHT: Seattle Denise Sakaki 3 comments

Icon Grill's Special Grind Burger steps away from burger tradition with a spice blend that takes cues from masala and uses chiles from the Southwest. More

Dick's Drive-In Opens First New Location in 37 Years

Robyn Lee 1 comment

Yesterday beloved Seattle-based burger mini-chain Dick's Drive-In opened their first new location (their sixth overall) in 37 years at Highway 99 and 220th Street Southwest in Edmonds (map). [via jkdrummer] Related: Low Expectations, Extreme Value at Dick's Drive-In ยป More

Bellevue, WA: Broiler Bay Serves Up Classic Burgers

Denise Sakaki 5 comments

Despite the well-worn interiors glazed with a fine mist of grease, Broiler Bay is a rare family-run burger joint that's defied the odds and remains a local staple. More

Bellevue, WA: Getting Your Big Burger Crave On at Munchbar

Denise Sakaki 7 comments

Cravings for hearty grilled burgers are relieved at Munchbar, a restaurant that's all about comfort food. More

Seattle: Spring Hill's Outrageously Good Burger Costs a Pretty Penny

AHT: Seattle Adam Lindsley 22 comments

It's been quite a while since I've had one of those eyes-rolling-back-in-the-head "Oh my God" burger moments (December, to be exact), and not once has it occurred in Seattle...until now. More

Seattle: The Smoky, Funky, Bacon Jam-Slathered Burger at Skillet

AHT: Seattle Adam Lindsley 6 comments

Skillet, a vintage Airstream trailer-cum-mobile grill, serves a very fine grass-fed cheeseburger made even more delectable with a generous helping of their sweet, smoky, salty bacon jam. You heard right: bacon jam. And yes, it's as good as it sounds. More

Seattle: BuiltBurger Is Not for Purists

AHT: Seattle Adam Lindsley 9 comments

BuiltBurger is not for the Josh Ozerskys of the world. Owner David Makuen clearly believes that straight-up ground beef is best served as an empty canvas upon which myriad ingredients—especially other meats—can be melded like colors on a palette to form something that's by turns art or sacrilege, depending on who you talk to. More

Seattle: The Greasy, Cosmetically Dubious Fare at Burgermaster Is Good Enough

AHT: Seattle Adam Lindsley 28 comments

In the battle for Seattle's fast-food burger supremacy, Dick's and Red Mill are the main contenders, at least in terms of popularity. A distant third, with just a smidge better burger if you ask me, is the epically named Burgermaster. And while their burger can hardly be called great, there's something about it that lifts it above the mire. Barely. More

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