opens in Edmonds for the first time at 3 p.m. today in Edmonds. This we know, and we're sure you do at this point, as well.
about the grand opening asked you: What is your plan of attack for the grand opening? It's an unscientific poll, for sure, but of the 94 responses, 73 chose "I think I will wait a while" (77 percent of the total vote) over the "I am going to be there as early as possible" and the "I will wait in line for however long it takes" options.
For those people, we say: You have choices in Edmonds to get your burger freak on.
: The store, which opened in May 2010, offers gourmet burgers and, more importantly for some, a full bar and a view of Puget Sound. The burgers are a little pricier here, but the store has plenty of aficionados who gladly pay a little extra for the yum-yum factor.
: The shop in the Westgate neighborhood seems to chance ownership frequently—they've just done it again—but one thing never changes: the quality of the burger. They are made fresh while you wait, so you will wait. The fries are spectacular, and the shakes are the best in town.
: Joe Bellingham's joint opened in last month, and he promises great burgers at a great price. It's a family affair, as Joe gets his buns from his next-door-neighbor, the Edmonds Bakery, which is run by Joe's father, Ken.
“We’re definitely not high end,” . “We are going with a cheaper menu. Right now, people don’t want to spend $9 on a burger. They want to spend $3 or $4 on a good burger. So we’re going to provide a good product at a low price.”
National chains , and are other options.
Even if you do plan to wait in line at Dick's today, its 3 p.m. opening means you might need lunch before that, right?