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Red Mill Burgers is an American restaurant in Seattle, Washington with locations in the Phinney Ridge, Interbay and Ballard neighborhoods. The first Red Mill opened in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1937, but eventually closed down. Red Mill reopened in Phinney Ridge in 1994 and Interbay in 1998. A third location opened in Ballard near the Ballard Locks in late 2011. In 2016, owner John Shepherd faced widespread criticism over allegedly sexist and transphobic Facebook posts. He stepped down from his position indefinitely.

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  • Red Mill Burgers is an American restaurant in Seattle, Washington with locations in the Phinney Ridge, Interbay and Ballard neighborhoods. The first Red Mill opened in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1937, but eventually closed down. Red Mill reopened in Phinney Ridge in 1994 and Interbay in 1998. A third location opened in Ballard near the Ballard Locks in late 2011. In 2016, owner John Shepherd faced widespread criticism over allegedly sexist and transphobic Facebook posts. He stepped down from his position indefinitely.
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  • Red Mill Burgers is an American restaurant in Seattle, Washington with locations in the Phinney Ridge, Interbay and Ballard neighborhoods. The first Red Mill opened in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in 1937, but eventually closed down. Red Mill reopened in Phinney Ridge in 1994 and Interbay in 1998. A third location opened in Ballard near the Ballard Locks in late 2011. Red Mill remains one of the most popular burger restaurants in Seattle, winning praise in the Seattle Weekly's Best of Seattle for ten years in a row. Its burgers and onion rings were mentioned in GQ magazine, as well as on The Oprah Winfrey Show. The restaurant was spotlighted in a February 2009 episode of Man v. Food. In 2016, owner John Shepherd faced widespread criticism over allegedly sexist and transphobic Facebook posts. He stepped down from his position indefinitely.
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