For the month of April, we asked people to vote for Everett's best burger. Tons of people chimed in, some of the burger makers flaunted signs encouraging patrons to vote. The race was close, the research was delicious, but in the end there was only one winner. Here were the top contenders-
Fourth Place (honorable mention)- Ray's Drive-In
It was a close race, and Ray's was not far behind the top 3. Ray's has been an Everett classic forever. Rumor has it, even our big cheese boss (pun intended), Barb Lamoureux used to work there back in the day. So it only felt right to give Ray's a shout-out for keeping Everett classic all these decades.
Third Place- The Anchor Pub
We wont lie, when we did our Hewitt burger run, the Anchor's burger stole our hearts the most. We're talking quality. All the fixin's. Melded together in perfection. Not to mention they have a wicked beer collection and an awesome iconic location to enjoy it all at. 3rd place? No surprise there. The Anchor burger does it right.
Second Place- Nick's Jr.
Squeaking in at 2nd place, Nick's Jr. in central Everett is known for its great burgers. Brad Heyne has been talking this place up to us for years. We finally tried it for the first time last week. It was packed. And delicious. We're definitely going back.
First Place- (drum roll....) Soundview Tavern!
Another Hewitt bar we swung by on our Burger Crawl. The Soundview is famous for its sliders. They're cheap, and taste a little like heaven on those late nights when nothing else can hit the spot quite like a soundview slider can. Congrats to The Soundview on taking the cake, err, I guess we should say- on winning Everett's Best Burger!
Thanks to everyone who voted and supports Everett businesses. Now go do some #BurgerResearch and see if you agree with the winners!