Seattle – You may have sang the tunes of Bill Haley and The Comets, or Seattle greats Heart, Nirvana, Sir-Mix-A-lot or Macklemore, but for almost 6 decades, Dick’s Drive-Ins has been the classic place to hangout, make memories, and enjoy great burgers, hand-cut fries, and old fashioned shakes no matter who’s on your playlist.
We plan to celebrate by turning back the clock to 1954 with 10-cent Cokes and the customer favorite 2-for-the-price-of-1 cheeseburgers.
FRIDAY, Jan. 25, ALL day 10-cent Cokes or soft drinks – any size
TUESDAY, Jan. 29, 2:00 PM to 6:30 PM, 2-for-the-
price-of-1 cheeseburgers and regular hamburgers
(Offer excludes the Deluxe and Special burgers,
Limit free 3 burgers per customer)
WHERE: All 6 Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants
Dick’s first opened its doors on January 28, 1954. 59 years later, Dick’s 100% beef burgers and buns are still made fresh and never frozen; Dick’s fries are still hand-cut daily from fresh, never-frozen, potatoes; and Dick’s shakes are still hand-dipped and individually whipped the old fashioned way.
Many thanks to our loyal customers and great employees for almost 6 decades of great memories and for making Dick’s the hometown burger favorite.