Dick’s Is A Tiny, Old-School Drive-In That Might Be One Of The Best Kept Secrets In Washington
By Celina Colby|Published April 11, 2022
Celina Colby is a Boston-based writer and native New Englander who has been covering travel, arts, food, and culture nationally for ten years. When she's not on deadline you can often find her reading, sewing, and searching for the perfect empanada.
Dick’s is famous in Washington for its old-school legacy and tasty burgers, but those traveling to the state often have no idea that this is a must-visit spot. The drive-in first opened in 1953 and has since spread like wildfire across the state.
Still, decades in, Dick’s continues to be a Seattle hotspot. The Queen Anne location is the only one with indoor seating, the rest are all still operating as old-school drive-ins. And the people love it. If Dick Spady figured anything out, it’s that a classic American favorite, however simple, never goes out of style.
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