The initial 3 of 10 Seattle outposts of renouned Portland-based Little Big Burger — that prides itself on high-quality hamburgers done with regionally sourced mixture like Cascade Natural beef, internal brioche buns, Tillamook cheese, and Camden’s Catsup — are opening in Green Lake, Capitol Hill, and, many recently spotted, Wallingford. There’s no transparent opening timeline for any of a locations, though.
The latest to appear, a Wallingford outpost, is in a works during a bottom of a Smith Burns building on 45th and Interlake Ave. N., according to Wallyhood. Before that, Little Big Burger started operative on a venue in a Beryl building during 12th and Pike on Capitol Hill, Seattle Met wrote. That one is set to be a chain’s biggest yet, Seattle’s flagship during 2,500 block feet. It was creatively announced for a open opening, though a doors sojourn locked.
And finally, a news came back in September, scarcely a year ago, that Green Lake would residence a bend of a burger chain, though that plcae also stays unfinished.
Along with a full-court burger press in outcome newly (including a likes of Wallyburger and a arriving vegetarian ‘Table), Oregon-based bondage are trending in Seattle, too. Portland’s Sizzle Pie led a assign when it non-stop in Capitol Hill final spring, Salt and Straw is bringing the famous ice cream to during slightest dual stores in town, and vegan sequence Next Level Burger, that started in Bend, launched final week in Roosevelt.