Stell's Burgers & More--right across from Seattle Pacific University--offers a variety of grub perfect for students looking to get high on carbs, grease, and artery-clogging goodness. Named after its proprietor, Stell Makratzakis, Stell's marks the fourth establishment (including Latitude 47) opened by the Greek restaurateur.
Unlike your typical burger joint, Stell's combines Greek ingredients to its Angus beef, patties such as feta, tomatoes, onion, lettuce and sauce (which will remain a secret). Stell's doesn't offer double cheeseburgers simply because it doesn't have to. Take the traditional (and a favorite of Stell himself) Stell Burger for example: a single patty covered with provolone and nearly hidden beneath a pile of pastrami, onion, tomato, lettuce and sauce.
You needs two hands to pick up this Stell Burger
The '& More' part of the menu consists of two salads (the Greek Salad and Greek Cobb), gyros, Chicken Souvlaki, Pastrami Melt, wraps, and an apple pie milkshake to keep everything settled.
Not only is Stell's delicious right down to its greasy drippings, but it's cheap too. Most burgers on the menu aren't over $7--with the exception of the Halibut Burger, which rings at $7.50. It's quite a deal, considering how much meat and ingredients Stell piles onto each burger. What's more, it'll cover lunch and dinner for the day.