Seattle, WA 98119-1720
You live in Seattle, so you've pretty much given up on going outside, sorry. Oddly, Seattle is burger wasteland. Dick's is just plain horrible, but at least it's open late. Red Mill is sort of a watered down version of Five Guys or In 'N' Out. It's good enough for Seattle, but not good enough for Burger Busters. It's a weak ass burger.
The only passable burger in that entire, waterlogged village is found at the Palace Kitchen (2030 5th Ave). Otherwise, you can just forget it.
Now, if it's a kick ass plate of heart-crushing, waist thickening biscuits and gravy that you need, then get your fat ass down to Beth's Cafe.
7311 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103-5356
Burger Review : Whatever...on the burgers. Hell yes, on the biscuits and gravy.
Here's the thing, the Met has a fantastic fucking burger. Go during happy hour because it isn't like you're an otherwise productive human being and they cost $5 at that point as opposed to the obscene steakhouse prices otherwise charged. Drinke booze at the same time.ReplyDelete
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I stand corrected---anything at the Met is amazing. I once got kicked in the face there by a waiter--I had it coming. The point is, even that shoe tasted good--the Met can do no wrong.ReplyDelete
They also had the most amazing pulled pork sandwich. "Pulled Pork Sandwich" should be the name of a porn film.
If you go to Red MIll or Dicks, you get what you deserve. Dicks, you get a homemade McDonald's burger that tastes like its from the 1950s and is good if you're drunk, poor or hungry. And Red Mill you get stupid yuppies over paying for a burger that tastes like you got it at an airport or a museum caefteria, saying stuff like "great shakes!" and "look at all that bacon" to distract from the horrid reality that is their bland patty, and try and convince themselves that they are eating sometihing good.ReplyDelete