“We are guided by our mission, ’serve with love’. Each day we work to be in service to our guests, our employees, our supply partners, our community, and our region. To us, how you do something is as important as what you do. Our burgers are made with humanely-raised, antibiotic and hormone-free beef. Our seasonal milkshakes are packed with Oregongrown and family-farmed strawberries, raspberries, marionberries and hazelnuts. Our sides go beyond the thinking of traditional fast food, with seasonal asparagus spears, rosemary shoestring fries, and more. And for a lighter note, salads are filled with ingredients such as wild smoked salmon, Rogue Creamery Smokey Blue Cheese and local cranberries.”
Tillamook cheeseburger; Walla Walla sweet onion rings.
Burgerville might look like your average fast food burger joint, But it isn’t in the least. This Pacific Northwest chain has been around since 1961 with a mission to serve fresh food made with local ingredients. Today they partner with a network of almost 1,000 neighboring farms, fisheries, and ranches. Not only does Burgerville hit all the marks for sustainable sourcing, waste management, and energy offsets, they also take care of community members, like using their kids’ meal to encourage kids to get outside with giveaways like garden seeds.
A Northwest burger chain committed to supporting local food & farms since 1961