A Seattle institution for 55 years with five locations throughout town, Dick’s is certainly no health food joint — but your kids will love it. Everything at Dick’s is done the old-fashioned way: potatoes are hand-sliced, milkshakes are hand-dipped and whipped, and burgers are, well, burgers; and they promise “Instant Service,” the savior of many a parent’s sanity. Despite the name, you can get out of your car and sit down at Dick’s — and I recommend it. Dick’s is open seven days a week from 10:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Good comfort food
They say to know a certain place you have to eat like a local and Dick's burgers are what locals have been loving for a long time. It's their beloved burger joint not only because…
Okay burgers, but not worth a 25 minute wait
by Dl C
I pulled in a little after 9:00 pm on a Monday. I ordered 2 plain cheeseburgers, one of their items of the menu. After 15 minutes, I asked the lady at the counter if my…