- $9 for $16 worth of burgers, fries, and shakes
- See the menu.
The standard Stacks Style Burger is topped with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, grilled onions and Stacks Sauce, but customers can choose from a variety of toppings, including mushrooms and jalapeño peppers.
Every patty of antibiotic-free, never-frozen ground chuck is a blank canvas at Stacks. After sampling multitude of other burgers, the beef connoisseurs at Stacks decided to start from scratch to reinvent the burger. From there they founded a unique eatery, where guests can build a custom burger by selecting white or wheat bread (or, if they'd like, a lettuce wrap in lieu of bread) and adding sauces and toppings. The topping selection includes everything from classics like lettuce tomato, and onions, to mushrooms, Stacks sauce and jalapeños. To accompany these freshly cut burgers, Stacks's menu also features hand-cut fries made from Washington State potatoes as well as milkshakes made with 100% hand-crafted ice cream that are so indulgent they're blended with cookies, candy, or yacht debris.
With its black-and-white tiled floors and gleaming tables, Stacks fully embraces the Americana-tinged spirit of a classic burger stand. At the same time, the restaurant features a handful of modern touches, such as a sound system that plays internet radio with contemporary music and five flat-screen televisions that hover above the front counter, an ideal option for watching the game.