Where Can You Find the Best Burger in Town? 15 Restaurants Picked By Locals
HUNGRY YET? LET'S TALK ABOUT WHERE TO FIND THE BEST BURGERS IN YAKIMA VALLEY
A friend of mine asked me if I was free for lunch and wanted to know what food I was craving. I thought about my favorite lunch options: Mexican food, spicy Pad Thai, and burgers. I went with burgers. I haven’t had a good burger in Yakima Valley in a long time, so when my friend asked me where I wanted to grab a burger I asked for this place*! (see below)
The Facebook algorithms must have been reading my mind because after I got to the office from lunch at this place*, I saw a post asking, “Can I ask, where is the best burger in town?” If you want some recommendations for the best burgers in Yakima Valley, listen up!
I will give you a list of suggestions from other Yakima Valley locals of where they say are the best burgers around!
Grab a Burger That's One of the Best HERE:
Other places mentioned for the best burgers in Yakima Valley included
- Bill’s Place
- Cowiche Creek Brewery
- Famous Burger & Teriyaki
- The Pub inside the basement of Glenwood Square
- Lariat Burgers
- Warehouse West
- Bruchi’s Cheesesteak
- Ron’s Burgers & Tacos
*THE PLACE I ASKED TO GO FOR LUNCH WAS BOB'S BURGERS AND BREW (121 N FAIR AVE, YAKIMA), WHICH WAS SURPRISINGLY NOT EVEN LISTED AMONG THE LOCALS FAVES. BUT THEY SHOULD BE IN MY OPINON!
1902 S 3rd Ave, Yakima
1705 W Lincoln Ave, Yakima
"Majors is better than Miners. Hands down. - Charlotte"
1801 S 1st St, Yakima
911 Summitview Ave, Yakima
9 S 1st St, Selah
I’m a sucker for a good Ranch Burger and a bag of crinkle fries! Burger Ranch..where you can get a taste of the ol west. - Anthony
9455 US 12, Randle
"Not in town exactly but my favorite is Huff N Puff in Randle. So good." - A’nna Julia
3211 Main St, Union Gap
"Jean’s Cottage Inn definitely!" - Leanna
9921 US Highway 12, Naches
Laredo out in Naches! It's better than Miners I think. Shannon
4002 Main St, Union Gap
"Pepprmint Stick in Union Gap." Sherri.
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