SEATTLE, EDMONDS & KENT – In celebration of the iconic restaurant’s 66th Anniversary, Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants is rolling back the price on burgers to the original 19¢!
Last year’s extremely popular 19¢ day brought almost too many customers out to celebrate all on one day. So, this year Dick’s anniversary celebration will be three days long. Customers can get cheeseburgers and hamburgers at the original 1954 price of 19¢ all day – limit one 19¢ cheeseburger or hamburger per customer present at each scheduled location, but only on each restaurant’s specific day.
19¢ Days and Locations:
Tuesday, January 28th: Wallingford and Broadway
Wednesday, January 29th: Lake City, Holman Road and Queen Anne
Thursday, January 30th: Edmonds and Kent
“We were thrilled at the number of customers who came out to celebrate with us last year,” says Jasmine Donovan, President of Dick’s Drive-Ins and granddaughter of the namesake Dick Spady. “To ensure we are 100% ready to serve every customer who celebrates with us this year with great service, we’re splitting up the 19¢ days.”
Dick’s Drive-Ins opened its first location in Wallingford in 1954. Started originally by three partners and now fully owned by the decendants of Dick Spady, Dick’s is known for serving fresh-never-frozen burgers, hand-cut fries from real Washington potatoes and hand-dipped and individually whipped milkshakes at low prices and with instant service. The local, family owned restaurant chain is equally well known for offering the best wages and benefits in the industry, including 100% employer paid health insurance, $25,000 college scholarships, childcare assistance and 401K with an employer match.