Katsu Burger opens in old Skillet location

After a series of sneak previews, Katsu Burger and Sushi has opened — with some limited hours — in the old Skillet location at 2034 NW 56th St.

As we previewed back in March, the Ballard menu features several variations of its huge, deep-fried burgers as well as a sushi bar, bento and a full cocktail bar.

During the “soft opening,” Katsu is open from 4 to 9 p.m. during the week and from noon to 9 p.m. on weekends. Katsu says the plan is to open for lunch on weekdays “very soon.” A grand opening is planned for later this month.

Katsu Burger is also in Capitol Hill, Georgetown, Lynnwood and Bellevue. The Ballard location is the first to offer a full bar, sushi and bento.


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Urban Decay
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Urban Decay

Ahh, the cultural renaissance continues with…another overpriced burger and fries joint.

Simon Says
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Simon Says

And sushi my friend. Great burgers by the way. Well priced too.

When will the last of you Ballard dinosaurs sell your dumpy homes and move to South King County anyway?

Urban Decay
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Urban Decay

When will your dog babies turn into autistic computer programmers?

Simon Says
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Simon Says

About the same time Katsu Burgers comes to join you in South King County near your double-wide.

Urban Decay
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Urban Decay

In Seattle, “double-wides” are known as “apodments” thank you very much.

Simon Says
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Simon Says

No, double-wide in Seattle is what happens when the womyn start having babies.

Urban Decay
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Urban Decay

WTF I love you now. Cheers.

MyBallardRocks
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MyBallardRocks

It’s a post about a damn burger place yet you edgelords find someway to shit everywhere.

Martin Cron
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Martin Cron

Yes, I did have to look up ”edgelord” as I am an old person who is not hip to the slang young kids use these days…

Your analysis is spot on.

Urban Decay
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Urban Decay

Someone has to keep this cat mom circus interesting. You’re welcome!

Scott D.
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Scott D.

Thank you for reminding me to give these people a try. Things I like I try twice! My only introduction to Sushi is what you buy at grocery stores.