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Burger Joints Pacific Northwest


Dick's Hamburgers
Seattle, WA
Photo courtesy Mike

Here's Dick's Hamburgers that still fits the bill for instant service near downtown Seattle. The neon and backlit sign let's you know that you've found the spot when you pass through the area. The first Dick's Drive-in opened in 1954, and now there are five locations.


UPDATE 04-17 : Dick Spady, the co-founder and namesake of the Dick's chain died in 2016 at the age of 92. Spady was known for offering the highest pay in the industry as well as 100% health coverage to employee. For more information, see the Seattle Times. 04-17



Hazel Dell, WA
Photo courtesy Jeff Raber

A huge and bold red boomerang sits atop the Steakburger sign in Hazel Dell, WA. After dining there, check out the golf place nearby. 01-04







BurgerVille USA
Vancouver, WA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

As you pass through Vancouver, WA, stop by BurgerVille USA for a quick bite to eat. How can a hungry traveler resist a burger joint with a name and a marquee like this? 12-06

(Far left) Here's a close up look at the sign at BurgerVille USA

(Near left) Cars are lining up at this burger place



Dick's Hamburgers
Spokane, WA
Photo and info courtesy Josh Hudgens / 2007

Dick's Hamburgers is a Spokane staple that will hopefully never change their sign. The letters on the sign are in different colored panels. 07-07










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