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Lil Woody’s #SeattleBurgerMonth — Week 4

Did you know… it’s SEATTLE BURGER MONTH!!

Li’l Woody’s (an independent burger joint based in Seattle, WA) has been something to behold these past few weeks, because all 4 locations (Capitol Hill, Ballard, South Lake Union, or White Center) have featured masterpieces from some of Seattle’s absolute best chefs.

I hope you’ve found time to experience them in person, but if not… you can at least check them out below – just be careful not to drool on your keyboard.

WEEK 1: Chef Brady Williams (Canlis) – “Good Old Burger”

Canlis is known for its fine dining, and Williams does not disappoint with his take on a classic burger. A 28-day dry-aged grilled beef patty sits at the base of this creation. Yubeshi onions pack a piquant punch, while the American cheese, pickles, lettuce and fry sauce brings this burger home. Is it any wonder that in 2019, Williams took home a James Beard Award for Best Chef: Northwest? – @jenisesilva

The first burger for #SeattleBurgerMonth 2020:Chef @williamsbrady (@canlisrestaurant) #GoodOldBurger — Fry…

Posted by Li'l Woody's Burgers & Shakes on Tuesday, February 4, 2020

WEEK 2: Chef Eric Rivera (addo) – “Boricua Burger”

The inspiration behind my burger comes from being a Puerto Rican growing up in the Washington State. It gives me an opportunity to bring the flavors of my culture to the forefront and have people experience it for themselves. The flavors are strong, full-flavored, and are sure to elicit a different response than a typical burger. When I eat burgers, I want something memorable and to make sure it goes well with lots of sauce. – Chef @ericriveracooks

The 2nd burger for #SeattleBurgerMonth 2020: Chef @ericriveracooks (@addoseattle @lechoncitoseattle) #BoricuaBurger —…

Posted by Li'l Woody's Burgers & Shakes on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

WEEK 3: Chef Logan Cox (Homer) – “The Homersapien”

Our goal for this collaboration was to showcase a lot of the flavors that inspire us at Homer. We wanted to pull a lot of our signature tastes that we serve at the restaurant and showcase them within the Lil’ Woody’s world. It’s as if Homer and Lil Woody’s came together and created a perfect hybrid! Hence the name ‘The Homersapien.’ — @theporcchopexpress

3rd burger of #seattleburgermonth is Chef Logan Cox (@porcchopexpress of @restauranthomer) #HomersapienBurger — Date…

Posted by Li'l Woody's Burgers & Shakes on Tuesday, February 18, 2020

 

And finally –

WEEK 4: Chef Elisabeth Kenyon (Manolin) – “Manolin Sandwich”

This beauty features aji amarillo aioli, pickled red onions, chimichurri, sliced radishes, breaded pork tenderloin cutlet on a sesame seeded bun.

The 4th and final burger of #SeattleBurgerMonth 2020 is Chef Elizabeth Kenyon’s (of @manolinseattle) #ManolinSandwich…

Posted by Li'l Woody's Burgers & Shakes on Tuesday, February 25, 2020

 

NOW GO GET YOURSELF A BURGER (and feel free to bring it by the studios, thx), DANGIT.

Cheers,
Justin

Li’l Woody’s – We love our community and are committed to working with local purveyors: our burgers are made from Painted Hills grass-fed beef, our hand-cut fries come from Washington potatoes, our buns are handcrafted from Tacoma, and our shakes are made with Full Tilt ice cream. We support our communities and we encourage you to support yours.

About justin

Justin grew up a country boy in a female-dominated family that smoothed him into the softie he is today. A Seattle radio personality since 2007, he's perfected the art of never taking himself seriously and isn't afraid to cry at movies. Find him riding a scooter (nicknamed "Ivy" after Blue Ivy Carter) through the mean streets of Queen Anne in Seattle or twitter-stalking the Seattle Mariners!