Kidd Valley Hamburgers and Shakes

  Kidd Valley's made-to-order burgers and hand-mixed shakes can be traced back to the fishing trips founder John Morris took with his father as a youngster. A favorite spot for Morris's family was Camp Kid, an old logging camp at the base of Mt. St. Helens, which was located near a primitive 1950's general store that served freshly-made burgers and delicious milkshakes.

Morris's fondness for the tasty burgers and shakes served up at the general store stuck with him into college.

Those memories were triggered within Morris one day in 1975, when he spotted a "For Sale" sign in the window of a former Dairy Delight in Seattle's U-District. Realizing that Seattle had yet to develop its own specialty hamburger or milkshake, Morris opened Seattle's first Kidd Valley hamburger restaurant at 5502 25th Ave NE in 1975.

Morris sold his Kidd Valley restaurants in 1989, which have continued with his vision of freshly prepared burgers, sandwiches, side orders and hand-mixed milkshakes.

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