MostBest Seattle | Burgers

There are 140 burger joints in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Look no further on your quest for the best burger. These Seattle spots serve up this quintessential American classic better than anyone else.

RED MILL BURGERS

via Flickr user Kim

via Flickr user Kim

Founded in 1937, Red Mill underwent decades of change and a 25-year closing to finally reopen in 1994. Since that day, Seattle Weekly has given it the title of Best Burger every year. Be sure to grab a side of Babe’s Onion Rings and a malted milkshake, and you’re in a 1950’s fantasy world.

We Love Their: Onion Rings, Double Bacon Deluxe w/Cheese, Verde Chicken Burger, Boysenberry Shake

312 N 67th St
(206) 783-6362
www.redmillburgers.com

LI’L WOODY’S

It’s easy to love the burgers at Li’l Woody’s. Whether you go for a hearty classic like the Big Woody, or indulge in a flavor bomb like The Fig & The Pig, you’ll have an ecstatic burger experience at this colorful joint. The tastiness doesn’t stop at the eclectic and awesome burger selection either, because there are House-Made Onion Rings and Hand-Cut fries that are truly fantastic.

We Love Their: Molly Moon’s Milk Shakes, The Fig & The Pig, Big Woody, Onion Rings, Crack

1211 Pine St
(206) 457-4148
www.lilwoodys.com

8OZ BURGER BAR & CO

via Flickr user Bob B. Brown

via Flickr user Bob B. Brown

At 8oz. Burger Bar & Co, owner and operator Chef Kevin Chung created a menu that reflects the best of the Pacific Northwest with hints of Asian flare. Grilled over Texas oak wood, the all-natural beef burgers emit a smoky flavor that’s delightful and unique. If you can stand the heat, The Pike is a devilishly spicy burger topped with an assortment of fiery peppers.

We Love Their: The 8oz. Burger, The Pike, Wild Boar Burger, Truffled Garlic Fries

1401 Broadway
(206) 466-5989
www.8ozburgerbarsea.com

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