There are few things more inherently Seattle than eating a vegan cheeseburger inside of a Whole Foods, which is what you’ll be doing here. Luckily, Next Level Burger truly delivers in the form of actually good plant-based burgers, fries, hot dogs, and milkshakes. There are plenty of different house-made patties to choose from (like black bean or mushroom quinoa), and you can even get your crinkle fries, sweet potato fries, or tater tots baked instead of fried. Save room for the incredible cookies and cream shake made with house-made coconut soft serve ice cream, and don’t be surprised if you get the urge to stop by the “dairy alternatives” aisle at Whole Foods on your way home.
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