Saying "it's not even that good" proves that you've totally missed the point. Dick's Drive-In is not about having a great burger, it's about a moment in time: it needs to be eaten standing up, leaning against a car, between the hours of midnight and 2am... perhaps after indulging in a few drinks or a strain of local legal pot.
Speaking of that legal pot, Seattle's edible game is on point. Caramels, cookies, gummies, or soda: your local pot shop has something to feed you that will both taste and feel great.
Cream cheese hot dog
The origins of Seattle's unique late-night wiener topping are a bit murky, but that’s half the appeal. The other half? Oh, it’s just the way cream cheese melts into the bun, smearing around with grilled onions and a hit of hot sauce that turns out to be the most perfect complement to encased meats. Any late-night cart on a corner in Capitol Hill or Pioneer Square will do justice to this local specialty.