A constant kid classic, burgers never get old. And with new spots popping up all over, we decided to scout the Eastside for the best places to sink your teeth into an all beef patty or two! From the All-American burger to hot and spicy burgers to the XXXL burger, you and your crew are sure to fulfill that hamburger craving we all know so well. Click through the gallery to discover all the amazing hamburgers the Eastside has to offer.
Tipsy Cow Burger Bar
The creatively named Tipsy Cow, delights young and old burger enthusiasts with its scrumptious meaty concoctions – and what’s better, this Eastside joint support local area ranchers, farmers and growers. Served as a 7-ounce custom-ground, grass-fed beef patty sandwiched in between Macrina artisan bread, makes every creative burger on the equally creative menu to die for.
What to order: The "standard" Tipsy burger is anything but... served with Beecher’s flagship white cheddar cheese, Tipsy sauce made with horseradish aioli, Bibb lettuce, tomato and onion. Other faves include The Winemaker served with tripple cream brie, alfalfa sprouts, caramelized sweet onions and white truffle aioli. For fish lovers, the Seatown consists of a Tipsy-spiced fresh salmon filet, avocado, English cucumber, red onion, alfalfa sprouts and house-made tartars sauce. And for Hawks fans, the Beast Mode is served with a generous helping of blue cheese, bacon jalapeno relish, Bibb lettuce, tomato and Tipsy sauce. Little calves will love the burgers made for their size along with the hot dogs, corn dogs, grilled cheese, Caesar salad and chicken strips.
Good to know: Tipsy Cow serves local beer and wine alongside its oh-so heavenly milkshakes. Get a mooooo-ve on down to Tipsy Cow stat! But remember, this is a popular spot, so wait times can be a little long on weekends and evenings.
Tipsy Cow - Redmond
16345 Cleveland St.
Redmond, Wa 98052
Tipsy Cow – Woodinville
14111 N.E. Woodinville Duvall Rd.
Woodinville, Wa 98072
photo: Jennifer B. Davis
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— Jennifer B. Davis & Brian Dubois