New Veggie Burger Chain Inside Whole Foods is Just Good Enough
(No animals were harmed in the making of this blog post.)
Behold The Animal: sausage patties, bacon, french fries, onions, cheddar, special sauce and barbecue sauce ($15), all plant-based.
Shake Shack is Finally (!) Coming to Seattle
The beloved East Coast burger chain has found a spot near Amazon HQ.
Brace yourselves, people.
This Vashon Island Chef is Serious About His Burgers
His secret blend is what burger dreams are made of.
“The buns took a little research,” says Gravy chef/co-owner Dre Neeley of his quest for a vehicle for his sirloin/pork/duck/ham hock burger blend.
Quinn’s and Uneeda Burger Get Central District Sibling, Feed Co.
The Bim burger at Feed Co.
MOHAI’s ‘Edible City’-Inspired Food and Wine Pairings
MOHAI’s new exhibit traces the city’s food journey. To celebrate, curator and Seattle food writer Rebekah Denn’s expanded excerpt from the exhibit presents some iconic—but not fancy—food pairings with Washington wines, beers and spirits
Tim’s chips and sparkling wine? For real
5 Things You Need to Eat and Drink in February
Burgers, pasta, dumplings and other foods you need to get through Seattle's bleakest month
Excuse me waiter, there’s a David Bowie in my drink.
Where to Get the Best Burgers and Beer in Seattle
Our town is full of delicious burger joints upping their game with artisanal ingredients. Discover where to find that next great burger, and the perfect beer to pair it with
A hot, juicy hamburger is as classic—and American—as apple pie, yet it straddles several current food trends, including the rise of comfort food and the desire for a fast, affordable meal that is made with integrity—a game we’re always upping in Seattle, especially when it comes to creativity. Here in our city, entire restaurants are…
Jessica Yadegaran, Amy Pennington and Kendall Jones, with additional reporting by A.J. Rathbun, Paul Zitarelli and Rachel Hart
Your Handy Guide to the Best Burgers and Beer in Seattle
Loretta’s Northwesterner at Deluxe Tavern
Seattle magazine staff
Best Happy Hours at Restaurants
For half-price wine lists, cheap cocktails and sublime dishes we’d happily pay twice as much to eat.
A puny dish of sodden calamari, a sad plate of flabby, lukewarm wings, a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon—it’s the dreaded not-so-happy hour, wherein a restaurant offers you “bargains” like these if you get there early enough. That’s just not going to cut it. Our mission: Discover the restaurants with the absolute best food served…
Allison Austin Scheff and Sara Dickerman
The 25 Best Burgers in Seattle
We dare you to try them all.
Oh, thank you, Earl of Sandwich, the first man to put meat between slices of bread. And thank you, too, people of Hamburg, Germany, who, legend has it, made a steak of ground meat and called it a hamburger. That was 300 years ago, give or take. Since then, the splendid taste of a salty-meaty…
Allison Austin Scheff with Patrick Hutchison
Our Famous Friends’ Favorite Burgers
Local notables' share their favorite burgers, and how they take them.
1. Knute Berger (Crosscut columnist and editor-at-large of Seattle magazine): The Scoop Burger at Scoop Du Jour ($8.95) in Madison Park, without cheese but with tomatoes, pickles, onions, and a pile of shredded lettuce. 2. Jesse Jones (KING 5 consumer reporter): The regular Beef Verde Burger at Red Mill ($6.38), with bacon and lots of…
Zippy’s Giant Burgers Has a Delicious Secret
Welcome to burger heaven. Now with booth seating.
It used to be that a visit to Zippy’s involved squeezing into a cramped space or waiting outside in the mini-mart parking lot for your burger. Now that Zippy’s has relocated to a corner spot in White Center, there are red vinyl booths, plenty of tables and a lot more breathing room. And I love…
Uneeda Burger is Addictive
Burgers and more with an eye on every detail.
I’ve been waiting since deep, dark winter, when Uneeda Burger opened, to plant myself on its sunset-facing patio on a warm summer night. With a burger made from local meat topped with, say, roasted chile relish, pepper jack cheese and cilantro (that’s the Sonora, $8) and a pint of Odin’s ruby ale, it’d be tough…