Slaying Hunger Together on National Cheeseburger Day

Slaying Hunger Together on National Cheeseburger Day Today as we post this, Oregon is ravaged by wildfires and smoke. Our stores are closed as we keep our employees and customers safe from toxic air and smoke. We hope that you and your loved ones are out of harm’s way. There is an immediate need for […]

Temporarily Closed Due to Air Quality

Dear friends: first and most important, we hope you and your loved ones are safe from the fires. It’s a scary time and our hearts go out to you and to our employees, many of whom are directly affected. We want to let you know that September 11th through the 15th, all of our restaurants […]

A Portland Soda Partner with Pizza Magic: HotLips Pizza

Jeana Edelman calls it pizza magic, that “thing” about pizza. She should know: Jeana and her husband David Yudkin took over HotLips Pizza from Jeana’s father in the mid 80’s, growing it into the poster-child for locavore eating that it is today. Of course, it’s hard to go really wrong with pizza: It’s the one […]

Burgerville Takes off at PDX Airport

We’re soaring high right now! We’ve just remodeled and reopened our PDX airport location and we don’t mind saying, it looks pretty fly. To continue the airport jargon, we think of this outpost as hub: for both airport workers and travelers, whether new to Portland and Burgerville or long-time fans, for menu innovation and testing, […]

Growing Mint and Making History: Seely Mint Farm

You can tell when you’re getting close to Seely Family Farms, a 4th Generation mint farm near Clatskanie, Oregon. It smells like mint, as in, the being, purpose and soul of mint. It is mintiness to the nth power, its’ very essence. That’s hardly surprising, given the 600 acres of heirloom Black Mitcham Peppermint and […]

What’s Your Summer Jam

This summer we’ve been really obsessed with berries. Shakes, lemonades, you name it: berries have been our soundtrack, our on-replay, our summer anthem. That got us thinking: what if each kind of berry actually had its own soundtrack? Oh, like you don’t have a lot of extra time on your hands right now (#everydayistuesday2020)? Here’s […]


On June 4, Burgerville declared itself an Ally for Change. This was the acknowledgement and activation of our equity and diversity journey. Today – we take the next steps towards becoming a more diverse and inclusive employer, and to support organizations working on Food and Land Justice for people who are Black, Indigenous, and other […]

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Walla Walla Sweet Onions

Burgerville fans love their Walla Walla Sweet onion rings. Like, really really love them. Last year Burgerville served over 200,000 pounds of sweet onions. That’s the equivalent of 15,000 bowling balls, for all you comparison-enthusiasts. With this year’s addition of our all-new Walla Walla Wonder Burger, we thought it would be fun to share a […]

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Drive-through Line Dread: The Silent Stressor

The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered restaurants across the country with one notable exception: drive-thru’s. Not only are they able to stay open, they’re actually busier than ever. A group of us were chatting about this and realized that we all share something odd: a dread of the restaurant drive-thru line. And yes, we get the […]


When COVID-19 first hit the Pacific NW, we wanted to do something to support our region’s front line and essential workers. Our mission here at Burgerville is to make the Pacific Northwest the healthiest region on the planet, one bite at a time. So here was a chance to literally enact this by feeding people.  […]

Find Your Summer

The Big Question everyone’s asking right now: Will summer still feel like summer? Our answer? A resounding and joyful YES!  Because summer is more than a season, it’s a state of mind. A sense of adventure and possibility.  It’s a recognition of the kid in each of us who wants to try a hoverboard, rally […]

Blissful About Doing Good AND Tasting Good

We sat down with Darcey Howard, Global Marketing Director for Coconut Bliss, to learn how Coconut Bliss got started and why what ISN’T in Coconut Bliss is just as important as what is. (Note: the interview has been edited for clarity and brevity.) BV: How did Coconut Bliss get its start? Coconut bliss was started […]

Allies for Change

We stand with the Black community. Our community, our nation, is hurting. As a company that cares deeply about the health and resiliency of our region, we stand in solidarity with those seeking justice and advocating for an inclusive society. We want and can do more. To nurture future leaders, employees and suppliers of color. […]

Holy Kakow: Want to Pivot? Swap Your Beans

Let’s be honest for a minute: who among us does NOT think that working in the chocolate business means boating through vast rivers of delicious hot cocoa as you paddle your white chocolate canoe past giant brownie flowers and semi-sweet chip-shaped mountains? We’ll tell you who: Holy Kakow founder Wyatt Wood. “We’re still sitting around […]

Legacy, Family, and Purpose: Alpenrose

Let’s start with the irony: Josh Reynolds, vice president and general manager of Alpenrose Dairy is lactose intolerant. Whoa there, whaaaat????? “I think by the time I was 40,” he laughs, “my body said ‘you’ve had a lifetime of chocolate milk and pizza.’ ” Yet if ever there was a true advocate for dairy, it’s […]


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