Dinner at Red Mill Burgers

After hiking at Discovery Park for a while, we had worked up an appetite. We headed to Red Mill Burgers for a quick and tasty dinner. This Seattle business first opened in 1937 in Capitol Hill. The location we visited opened in 1998. Red Mill's another great option for burgers if you want to support a local business. They've won Best Burger every year in the Seattle Weekly's Best of Seattle annual issue. They were also featured on the Travel Channel's Man vs. Food. 

Their burgers are a flame broiled 1/4 lb. patty with fresh beef and they have a special sauce called Mill Sauce. I really liked the sauce. It was a mayo sauce with a spicy kick. I had a Red Mill Deluxe With Cheese. I liked how the American Cheese was melted and the burger was full of good stuff like lettuce, pickles, red onions, and the mill sauce. It was one mean burger and was just right after hiking. I shared a chocolate milkshake with my son and we also shared some fries. 

The shake and fries were nothing crazy, pretty standard fare. I was impressed by the size and quality of the burger, though. My husband had the Verde Veggie Burger. It was stacked with Fire Roasted Anaheim Peppers, Jack Cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and Mill Sauce on a Kaiser Bun. It looked really fresh and I'm sure it had a real kick to it from the peppers. 

They were also playing 90's music while we ate, the music that my husband and I grew up to. I'm also a fan of windmills, so I found their sign and the windmill photos inside super cute. How can you be unhappy with burgers, windmills, and 90's jams? If you like burgers and have already tried the Seattle standards like Dick's and Kidd Valley, Red Mill is another strong contender to check out. 







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