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Best Burgers in Seattle: Honorable Mentions

By Leslie Kelly | August 26, 2014 By Leslie Kelly  |  August 26, 2014
Photo by: Leslie Kelly

The results of our big survey are here, and we're excited to share the Top 10 Burgers, voted on by burger lovers of Seattle. We also want to give a shout-out to the ones that finished just out of the money, but still got enthusiastic comments from surveyors. Aren't we lucky to live in a city where even the runners up make your mouth water?

Local 360's Grind House Burger garnered a few raves, including one who called it a "nearly perfect burger" with the "highest quality ingredients that are fresh and tasty." Another deemed it "the localist burger around."

Dick's Deluxe, pictured, got lots of love for being an incredible deal: "It's definitely the best bang for your buck burger," one surveyor gushed, adding, "It tastes like an expensive burger, but with fast-food speed." Yet, one detractor pointed out: "... there's nothing special about the ingredients, and it's a bit overhyped."

Another local chain, Kidd Valley, was praised for making a burger that was "nostalgic" and "classic."

And in the upscale restaurant burger world, Matt's in the Market's Lamb Burger was touted by one as "amazingly flavorful and juicy." We agree.  

Places Mentioned

Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Dick's Drive-In

BurgerCapitol Hill
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Dick's Drive-In

BurgerWallingford
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Dick's Drive-In

BurgerEdmonds
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Dick's Drive-In

BurgerCrown Hill
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Dick's Drive-In

BurgerQueen Anne
Food24 Decor15 Service22 Cost$9

Matt's In the Market

SeafoodPike Place Market
Food26 Decor21 Service24 Cost$37

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