On August 8th, Zippy’s was host to Seattle’s locally grown freak show performers, the Wreckless Freeks. Here are a few images from the evening, for those of you who weren’t able to catch the live show.
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Stuart “The Beast” Elam, the current champ of the King Lou Lou Challenge, made Zippy’s history once again by scarfing down the King Lou Lou in record time. Obliterating his former record by 3 minutes and 20 seconds, Elam continues his reign as the King of the King Lou Lou Challenge …
The Mamasalama is the perfect vessel to try Zippy’s own pepper jack cheese (combining smoked cheddar, Monterey jack, red chili flakes, fresh jalapeno, and habanero peppers). In addition to pepper jack cheese, the Mamasalama’s 1/3 lb. charbroiled patty is topped with Mama Lil’s spiked mayo, Provolone cheese, salami, cherry peppers, …
Our April Burger of the Month is the Giddy Up Burger! Deliciously slathered in Zippy’s own BBQ sauce and topped with grilled onions, bacon, Tillamook white cheddar cheese, pickles, and lettuce, this is one 1/3 lb. patty you won’t want to miss. Even better? Now you can wash it down …
Zippy’s is giving you an extra hour every day of the weekend to enjoy our burgers! Starting on March 1, 2013, we will be staying open until 10:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and closing at 8:00 p.m. on Sundays.
We’ll be rocking out at Zippy’s during this month’s White Center Artwalk. On Saturday, October 20th at 9:00pm, we invite you to grab a burger and bang your head to the glorious sounds of Call for the Priest. Seattle’s very own Judas Priest tribute band, featuring members of Skelator and …
ZIPPY’S BURGERS are absolutely delicious, each one made to order and delivered right to your table. You can grab a soda out of the fridge or order a beer at the counter. The walls of the restaurant are decorated with photos and ephemera from drive-ins past – a cute touch that makes you feel like you’re getting a piece of burger history that’s a little harder to find these days.
AS A VEGETARIAN (I know, groan, right?) finding a burger place that doesn’t treat me like a pariah is key. Not only do I not receive the second class citizen routine here, but the veggie burger is AWESOME. It isn’t something to be endured while watching my friends genuinely enjoy theirs, it’s really good! Not some limp, freezer burnt monstrosity, but a handmade delicious bean patty.
I HAVE NO IDEA what they’re putting in their food, but I have weekly cravings for their chicken burger. Is it their special sauce? Is it crack? I don’t care… I once cruised over to White Center for a fix, only to find that they had just closed for the evening. I was beside myself with anguish – when you’re jonesing for a Zippy Burger, nothing else will do.
WHEN THE BURGER came out, it was like a piece of art. Half wrapped in paper, with just enough exposed that left little to your imagination, this thing was beautiful. Cheese evenly distributed across the two nicely formed, but completely natural patties. Lettuce and pickle batting their eyes “hello” and the bacon hanging off the edges looking up at me as if to say, “What’s up?”