Seattle Burger Company celebrates grand opening

The Seattle Burger Company, which opened last month at 2008 NW 56th St., is celebrating their grand opening.

William Wen, the owner of the burger joint tells us that as part of their celebration you’ll get a free order of fries or onion rings when you buy a burger and drink. He says they are also starting their burger-of-the-month special, which will either be a current menu-item or a new burger. This month it is the Bulgogi Burger. “It is a Korean marinated sliced beef accompanied with an Asian slaw, grilled onions and Wasabi mayo. It is quite good,” Wen says.

We’ve also added Seattle Burger Company to the restaurant guide, so if you’ve stopped in, give it a rating and leave a comment.

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Good GRIEF!!! How many burger joints does Ballard need???

kingkong509
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kingkong509

Who doesn't like burgers? Who doesn't like options? Sounds like a great idea to me…

eddiek
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eddiek

With all the unhealthy fat filled high calorie high sodium burger options around, I hope this one is better. I feel like every time I eat at one of these places I take a week off my life.

a_train
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a_train

forget burgers ballard needs more green concept shops.

Stefanie
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Stefanie

I am excited about the veggie burgers. I love being vegetarian but who doesnt like a good greasy burger, I really hope these guys cook it well and with free onion rings what could be better!

Ophelia
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Myself and two others ate here this past weekend. A small little restaurant, it's very clean and the staff are extremely nice. The food is good, even the veggie burger. I think they will do well. A burger every once in a while is a treat! I would recommend taking a look and supporting the business.

tdub
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tdub

Someone should open a coffee shop in Ballard. Maybe a sushi restaurant?

Gurple
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Unless they're specifically telling you that the onion rings are vegetarian, they're probably not.

alex
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alex

i am going to open a pizza-sushi-burger fusion restaurant. Any investors?

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Oooh! Me! Me!

Actually, can we change it to Sushi/Thai/Pizza/Expensive gift boutique?

K. Lambert
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K. Lambert

as long as there is a yoga studio attached…

Stan
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Stan

And a Scooter's burgers inside

raisedbed
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raisedbed

hahahahaha! that's good. ones with $3000 reclaimed wood benches.

petsfriend
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petsfriend

I agree. Just tried it. Good food. Clean. Nice people. They don't take credit cards, which is a pain, but otherwise, they're good. Much easier to get into than Red Mill and I liked their burgers better (tho the fries not as much).

Tall Mama
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Tall Mama

Tried this place last night using my Groupon. I’m a BIG hamburger fan so I was really looking forward to eating there. I was so disappointed. The fries were okay-fried well right out of the bag they came in. The chocolate shake was fine-nothing special. It was only about 10 ounces for $3.80. And it didn’t come until the end of my meal. The blue cheese burger had a minimum of cheese and the bacon was quite overdone. We ordered penne pasta with cheese and got about a cup & a half of ordinary pasta with a minimum of cheese & it cost $7.00! The worst thing of all was the service. It was slow and and one of the main waiters was just plain rude. All in all, it was an expensive mistake & I don’t ever plan to return. Seattle has a wealth of great little restaurants – way too many to waste my time on rude servers and low quality food!