Seattle, WA 98134
Seattle Weekly's Description
Inside, Burger Madness is lunacy incarnate, a one-grill mission to get Man v. Food host Adam Richman to book a return trip to Seattle after he failed to take down the 12-egg omelet at Beth's. Basically, you can stack as many patties as you want between the buns. If you consume a quintuple-pattied monster or more with a side of fries in less than 30 minutes, you get your photo on Burger Madness' websiteBurger Madness' patties taste sensational, even when stacked four-high. They're cooked well-done and have a meatloafy essence, the well-done thing being crucial considering the more you cook meat, the more fat gets cooked out. It's served with lettuce, pickles, American cheese and fry sauce for dunking. The only thing that'd improve the behemoth is onions. But to the certifiably insane, such minute details don't much matter.
Tips from foursquare
Great burger. Not greasy. Perfect stop next to Cosco SoDo.
3 dollar MAC and jacks all day
Little joint, HUGE BURGERS. Zucchini!!
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