Bateau, located in Capitol Hill:
The patty is substantially sized, freshly ground from really good beef, and topped with caramelized onion jam and garlic aioli on a challah bun that’s equal parts squishy and toasty.
Taurus Ox, located in Capitol Hill:
Lettuce, tomato, and onion have their rightful spot in the burger topping Hall of Fame. But Taurus Ox, a Laotian restaurant on Capitol Hill, proves that things like taro stem, spicy lemongrass-y pork skin mayo, jowl bacon, and cilantro deserve a place as well.
In addition to all those Laotian ingredients, this double cheeseburger also has a bunch of provolone and gets served on a soft pub bun. The result is the best burger you'll ever have.
Lady Jaye, located in West Seattle:
Lady Jaye’s Happy Hour-only double Smashburger is the best thing you'll ever have. It comes with caramelized onions, melty American cheese, shaved pickles, and a soft bun that somehow manages to hold despite two patties that leak with each bite. A must try.
FlintCreek Cattle Co. Located in Greenwood:
To get your hands on a butcher’s burger at FlintCreek, you have to be strategic. You have to get there at opening, sit at the bar, and secure one of the 12 burgers available per service. The burger is topped with onion jam, blue cheese, and arugula. And, it is beyond incredible.
Sam's Tavern, located in South Lake Union:
The original owner of Sam’s Tavern found a national chain of burger restaurants called Red Robin. Sam’s 50 burger is like a Red Robin burger, only a million times better, and you don’t have to eat it next to screaming children. It comes topped with bacon, avocado, gouda, and a creamy bacon ranch.
Dead line, located in Pioneer Square:
Dead Line's is incredible. This South American cocktail spot in Pioneer Square has a burger made from beef ground in-house and topped with herby chimichurri, smoked garlic aioli, fried onions, queso fresco, and Heinz ketchup. What more do you need?
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