The Four Burgers in Yakima Bob Belcher would be Proud of
Yakima is a great place for delicious food, especially burgers in this town. The actual creativity comes from the chefs in the Valley using fresh meat and produces raised right here in Washington. We decided to ask the question of who has the four best tastiest and most creative burgers, ones that the fictional character Bob Belcher from Bob’s Burgers would be proud of, and the answers became quite simple.
If you've seen the show, Bob’s Burgers, then you know Bob Belcher is a creative cook who likes to give his burgers puny names or make them in such a way others wouldn't have thought of. So we're going to give you a “taste” of the four best burgers in Yakima below.
4.) The Beast Burger at Norm’s of Yakima
The Beast Burger is truly a monster of burgers and one worth slaying. Norm’s has truly outdone itself with this burger, made with delicious smoked brisket, bacon, caramelized onions, Pepper Jack cheese, jalapenos, and aioli. Can you take down the beast?
3.) The Patty Melt at Bill’s Place
Bill’s Place is known for having some amazing food and delicious beer on tap, but what some people don't know is they have one of the best patties melts in Yakima. They start with Farmhouse sourdough or marble rye bread, then they cover it in a parmesan compound butter-grilled patty that’s layered with provolone cheese and housemade grilled onions. Tasty enough to make a grown man weep for joy!
2.) Bob's Bonanza Burger at Bob's Burgers & Brew - Yakima
Sure this one is a franchise, but the locals absolutely love it and you can't blame them once YOU’VE tried the Bob's Bonanza Burger. With two charbroiled patties, sauteed mushrooms, thick slices of bacon, melted Swiss and American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and of course, a savory sauce.
1.) The International Harvester at Cowiche Canyon Kitchen & Ice House Bar
Sure it's a mouthful to say, but it's a delicious mouthful to bite into as well. Everything at Cowiche Canyon Kitchen & Ice House Bar is made fresh and in-house. The meat is ground to perfection, the buns are baked in the back so they're fresh as can be. It comes with tomato bacon jam, American cheese, Gruyère and bleu cheeses, arugula, and mayo, and is served with their famous thin-cut fries.
We truly know that Bob Belcher of Bob’s Burgers would shed tears of joy to find the burger haven that is known as the Yakima Valley!
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