The Habit Burger Grill is Opening in the Issaquah Highlands on June 6

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New restaurant will celebrate with charity events benefitting Issaquah Schools Foundation and YWCA Family Village along with free burger day ahead of official grand opening

After opening five successful locations since November 2015, The Habit Burger Grill continues to expand throughout Washington state with the opening of its newest location – this time on Seattle’s Eastside in the Issaquah Highlands Grand Ridge Plaza (1676 9th Ave NE) on Wednesday, June 6.

The Issaquah community can preview The Habit’s award-winning custom-built Charburger that is chargrilled over an open flame during Free Burger Day plus all menu items during the fundraising events prior to the official grand opening.

The Habit will partner with two local non-profits, Issaquah Schools Foundation and YWCA Family Village, for the fundraising events. Each will receive 100 percent of the proceeds raised at their respective events to put towards their causes. The events are open to the public and provide a sneak peek into what the restaurant will offer guests before The Habit officially opens its doors. Those unable to attend the charity events can still get a taste of The Habit during the Free Burger Day.

The full line up of events includes:

  • Free Burger Day – Saturday, June 2, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Get a pre-opening sneak peak of the newest location and enjoy a free 100 percent fresh ground beef, chargrilled burger piled high with all the fixings, plus French fries and a regular beverage. Offer is limited to the first 200 people during each time period.

  • Fundraising Event with Issaquah Schools Foundation – Sunday, June 3, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

The Issaquah Schools Foundation works with the Issaquah School District to provide resources to more than 21,000 students. These resources help children reach their full potential by creating opportunities encouraging them on their journeys to success.

  • Fundraising Event with YWCA Family Village Issaquah – Tuesday, June 5, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

The YWCA Family Village is a community of environmentally-friendly, permanent, affordable housing and services for families in East King County. The on-side services for residents and community members include child care from Bright Horizons Early Education & Preschool, music lessons, children’s programming, AA meetings, grief groups, community bonding events and more.

The Habit’s menu features items such as the Charburger, a fresh 100 percent fresh ground beef patty chargrilled over an open flame and served with fresh tomato, caramelized onions, mayonnaise, pickle and lettuce on a toasted bun, along with the Portabella Char, Teriyaki Char, BBQ Bacon Char and Santa Barbara Char which includes fresh avocado and is served on sourdough bread. Seafood lovers can enjoy the widely popular sushi-grade Ahi tuna steak. Other can’t miss items include salads like the Santa Barbara Cobb or the Superfood Salad with baby kale, quinoa, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, Craisins® and feta cheese. On the side, guests can order French fries, onion rings, sweet potato fries or tempura green beans accompanied by a variety of handcrafted shakes and malts. No need to stop there, guests can continue layering on the flavor by selecting additional toppers from the complimentary condiment bar, which features an assortment of peppers, limes, lemons and a range of sauces for added kick. All menu items are made-to-order using fresh ingredients.

The Habit Burger Grill currently operates more than 220 restaurants across 11 states, coast to coast, and welcomes the newest 2,431 sq. ft. Issaquah location, which seats 74 guests inside and 20 outside. The restaurant is the sixth of the Washington franchise, with several additional locations set to roll out across the state before 2020.

The Habit Burger Grill Issaquah location is open Monday – Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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