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April 23, 2010 / Michelle Ferris

Lunchbox Laboratory in Ballard: Dangerously Designed Gourmet Burgers

Bacon Southwest Burger and onion fries

Bacon Southwest Burger (?) and onion fries

I don’t know what I expected when I decided to eat at Lunchbox Laboratory, but I’m pretty sure it blew whatever expectations I had right out of the water.

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Jesse and I split the Bacon Southwest Burger (I think that was what it was called?) with Onion French Fries, and the Seattle Godfather with Sweet Potato Fries. The burgers came served with a few pieces of lettuce, thin sliced red onion, a thick slice of tomato, and a large crisp slice of pickle.

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From what I can remember, now that I’ve fallen into a most amazing food coma, this was what was in the burgers…

Bacon Southwest Burger: 1/4 lb beef, colby jack cheese, grilled onions, more bacon than I’ve ever seen on a burger, chipotle/southwest sauce, fluffy white hamburger bun.

The Seattle Godfather: 1/4 lb lamb, feta cheese, grilled onions, marinara-style sauce, fluffy white hamburger bun.

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Both burgers were dangerously delicious. I really don’t want to think about how many calories were in the Southwest Burger. The Seattle Godfather was slightly lighter fare, but after eating half of the first burger, I was only able to nibble off a corner of the Godfather.

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Seattle Godfather Burger and sweet potato fries

Both fries were good, but the sweet potato fries were good enough to come back for, just on their own.

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Their menu also offered many different ways to mix-and-match ingredients and sides. I also hear that the shakes are phenomenal, but I wasn’t bold enough to try them for myself.

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7302 15th Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107
Neighborhood: Ballard

(206) 706-3092

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