Red Mill Burgers
Phinney Avenue North
The original Red Mill was located in the
Capitol Hill neighborhood in Seattle and opened in 1937. It closed
in 1967. It was known as a diner and ice creamery with table and
counter service. The current Red Mills were opened first in the
Phinney Ridge neighborhood in 1994 and the second location in the
Interbay neighborhood in 1998.
Owners John and Babe Shepherd named the Red
Mill in honor of their two late sisters, Kathleen and Monica
Shepherd, both of whom worked at the original red mill as
waitresses and would bring home French fries and other goodies for
their younger siblings including Michael and Mark Shepherd.
Absolutely love this place. We take all our
friends there if they have never been and even if they have been.
Their mill sauce is to die for. We recommend the bacon deluxe with
cheese. It is well worth the money you will spend! Don't let the
small parking lot stop you from going.