I am happy to report a change for the ol' Seward Park (Columbia City, Lakewood, Genesse, etc) neighborhood: The oft changing restaurant on the corner of Dawson and Wilson might have finally found a long term resident, Bent Burgers.
This poor corner has long had the taint of unsuccessful bistros and breakfasts joints, and somehow the idea of a reasonably-priced burger place just feels right. It's about time!
The decor is well coordinated with lots of handmade urban art and a super hero theme.
The staff was friendly, the owner was hanging out in the shop, and Garden (as well as beef, chicken, turkey) Burgers are featured on the menu. I enjoyed the list of additional toppings and added jalapenos to my burger for $0.50.
They also have hot, fresh fries, both potato and sweet potato. The fries came with fun house-concocted sauce: Mae Ploy Ranch (ranch with sweet chili sauce and spices).
I've got my fingers crossed for this place!
Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Alas, I fear that this is yet another in a long string of failed eating establishments in this spot, but I wish them all the best of luck. I want this spot, so if you hear anything....
I am so happy that there is finally a decent food spot where anyone from the neighborhood can feel comfortable coming!
I think sweet potato fries are like fried Jesus. I am so glad they're in vogue in Seattle now. Even at Kidd Valley!
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