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How you can get a free burger in Seattle on Friday, May 28

Uneeda Burger is thanking Seattle and celebrating National Hamburger Day.

Want a free burger? In honor of National Hamburger Day and to thank Seattle diners for their support, Uneeda Burger in Fremont is giving away burgers on Friday, May 28.

Here’s how it works: Starting at 11 a.m., walkup customers can get a complimentary Classic Burger (all-natural beef patty on a sesame-seed bun, topped with lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, and house sauce). But if you want to get fancy, bacon, cheese or a fried egg can be added at an additional fee. One per customer, as long as they last. The freebies are for in-person orders only; limited patio seating is available.

Uneeda Burger has been open for 10 years and, because of the pandemic, has been takeout-only since March 2020. They added delivery and outdoor seating more recently, however.

“The past 15 months have been such a challenging time, yet the Seattle community has continued to show up and support us,” said Uneeda Burger Chef and Owner Scott Staples. The chef is classically trained and hailed as having elevated the burger and the fast-casual dining experience.

Uneeda Burger emphasizes hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and fresh, local ingredients. Rotating specials include burgers made from different meats.

Free burger details:

  • 11 a.m. until they run out
  • Friday, May 28
  • Uneeda Burger, 4302 Fremont Ave. N.

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About the Author

Julie Hanson

Julie Hanson is the website editor for Seattle's Child. She is a longtime journalist, South King County resident and mom to a 13-year-old girl.