20 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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Dick’s Drive-In is a staple in Seattle. Multiple locations. Super cheap, no special orders, small menu, hand dipped shakes and the best greasy fries around!
Iconic, super cheap burgers and fries. No substitutions allowed. Carry-out only.
Dick’s is a family-owned company. They serve fresh food, fast. They pride themselves on not serving any previously-frozen items. They only promise that the food will be freshly cooked and delivered as soon after you order it as possible.
Long time local burger chain - tasty burgers and yummy milkshakes. They treat their employees well and are open late! Walking distance!
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