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Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2012 3:33 PM

At Blue Moon Burgers you will never have to wonder what’s in your burger, since we only serve premium locally sourced beef and all natural chicken and salmon. We also make our own veggie patties, serve fresh buns and bread from Grand Central Bakery and Larsen's, and we offer a full line of Gluten Free options from Jensen's Bakery!\
Unlike the other Burger joints, we only use premium locally sourced beef, all natural Chicken and Salmon in our burgers. Our 1’3 pound premium burgers deliver the best tasting burger around. We also hand cut our fries fresh every day and hand dip our Milk Shakes, Malts and Root Beer Floats. Because we work here, we know our customers and this is what we eat everyday. The great thing about being a small locally owned business is that you can still be a little different. Blue Moon Burgers making the world better, one burger at a time.
Our philosophy at Blue Moon Burgers is that EVERY day is “burger day”, but we are thrilled that the rest of the nation will acknowledge our awesomeness Saturday, May 28, which is National Hamburger Day.
You will no doubt see a variety of restaurant promotions commemorating this glorious holiday, but here at BMB we have come up with a new idea that we think you’ll really like. Instead of merely helping your tastebuds celebrate and basking in our own good fortune to be an awesome burger joint, we’d like to give back to our community which supports us all year long.
Instead of just plumping up our bottom line like a big fat juicy cheeseburger, Blue Moon Burgers will donate $1 for each burger sold on May 28 to Northwest Harvest. That’s right – the Boys at Blue Moon Burgers will kick in “a buck a burger” from all sales at our South Lake Union and Fremont stores on National Hamburger Day (5/28). Like the song says, we believe the children are our future – and we want to help Northwest Harvest replenish food stocks for the summer months, when families that normally depend on free or reduced-price school meals may struggle to provide those meals at home.
It’s a delicious way to give back, and you’ll feel even better knowing that with just 67 cents, our friends at Northwest Harvest can feed a family of three one nutritious meal – so your donated buck goes a long way!

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