- $18 for $30 worth of burgers, shakes, and cocktails
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Lunchbox Laboratory - Seattle
Decked out in retro kitsch ranging from vintage lunchboxes to video-game memorabilia, Lunchbox Laboratory celebrates the art of burgers and the culture of nerds in equal measure. Its creations have inspired both devotion and hyperbole: Seattle Times' Providence Cicero described one dish, the Burger of the Gods, as a "double-fistful of deliciousness"—a fitting descriptor for the gargantuan super beef blend slathered in Super Gorgonzola Spread.
True to its name, the restaurant also loves to experiment with ingredients. Another burger, the Dork, takes its name from its blend of duck and pork—Seattle Magazine calls its "one of the most satisfying burgers in the city." The burgers are backed up by signature dishes, including Dog Sticks (mini all-beef hot dogs fried in sweet white corn batter) and classic American mac and cheese. A range of milkshakes, such as the liquor-infused Drunken Elvis, are also featured along with cocktails served in laboratory beakers stolen from sleeping chemists.
A tour of their private dining room the Rumpus Room, decked with '80s video games, billiards and shuffle board, will keep diners entertained in it's nostalgic splendor.