National Cheeseburger Day Crawl Burger #4: Red Mill Burgers

IMG_20150918_193433Further west down Market St. to NW 54th laid our final destination of National Cheeseburger Day.

Stop number 4: Red Mill Burgers Totem House

If you live in Seattle then you know Red Mill. They have locations in Phinney Ridge, Interbay, and Ballard. They make some of the best burgers you’ll find anywhere in the city. Totem House is actually the one location of theirs we had never been to. That’s no longer the case.

The Pick: Double Bacon Deluxe Cheese

Two 1/4 lb. patties, pepper bacon, lettuce, tomato, pickle, red onion, american cheese, and Mill Sauce on a sesame bun. This burger is all that and then some. The bacon was perfectly cooked, nice and crisp. The burger patties were flawlessly cooked, well seasoned, and juicy. The cheese, melted to perfection. This burger was masterfully crafted and the perfect way to end our 2015 National Cheeseburger Day Crawl.

Thank you for sticking with us throughout the festivities. We hope you enjoyed National Cheeseburger Day just as much as we did!

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One comment

  1. […] We finished up by making our way over towards the Ballard Locks to Red Mill Totem House. Most people in Seattle have been to Red Mill before, either in Ballard or Interbay or Phinney Ridge. They are a burger centric place that makes some of the best burgers in Seattle. There’s not a whole lot that needs to be said about Red Mill, they know what they’re doing. We grabbed some Double Bacon Deluxe Cheeseburgers as a grand finale, washed it down with a couple of sodas, and called it an evening. Neither one of us could fit another burger if we tried. (Read more about stop #4) […]

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