Washington Food & Dining September 21, 2020
The Roadside Hamburger Hut In Washington That Shouldn’t Be Passed Up
The old-fashioned roadside burger hut is, thankfully, alive and well in Washington. You’ll find at least one of these local treasures in practically every county in the state, and many of them have been around for decades. Big Bubba’s Burgers is no exception. If you see the telltale big red sign when you’re driving down State Route 3, pull over and have lunch immediately.
Big Bubba's Burgers is located in the small town of Allyn in Mason County.
Allyn sits on the western shore of the North Bay region of Puget Sound's Case Inlet.
This charming little burger hut has been around since 1966, and it's still going strong.
In 2012, local brothers Kelly and Brian Wilson bought Big Bubba's with the help of their friend, Bobby Kuckelburg. Brian has since moved on, but Kelly and Brian are still running things well.
The menu here consists mainly of burgers in different forms, including a veggie burger.
And of course, they sell plenty of tasty sides, like fries and onion rings.
If you're starving, order the Big Bubba’s Super Burger, the most massive item on the menu.
If you're wondering just how big this burger is, its $14 price tag (double the price of all the other burgers on the menu) should be a clue.
All burgers are made to order and come on a fresh Kaiser bun.
They also happen to taste their best when they're paired with a milkshake or root beer float.
Big Bubba's Burgers is still open, although everyone is getting their burgers to-go for the time being.
Luckily, this locally owned legend seems to be here to stay. And the fact that it's located in the middle of a very scenic drive definitely helps.
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Big Bubba’s Burgers? Address: 18471 WA-3, Allyn, WA 98524, USA
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