Our Vendors
We are committed to creating a better product for our guests and to making a positive impact on our region’s agriculture. By sourcing clean ingredients from local farms, from our organically raised beef to the organically grown strawberries in our milkshakes.

Our friends at Gebbers Cattle raise our cows in the mountains of northern Washington. Their commitment to ethical and humane treatment are evident in every step of the process. Adria and the team at Ballard’s Parfait make the best ice cream in town mixed straight with Theo Chocolate and you have the best organic milkshake you’ve ever tried. Our partnership with Charlie’s Produce brings us the freshest, most beautiful produce each day to bring that clean crunch to your burger that only good veggies can provide. For sodas, we believe in naturally flavored beverages free of high fructose corn syrup, so we’ve partnered with our neighbors at Jones Soda to deliver the best soda around. We sell beer from Stoup and Seapine located in the Ballard and SODO neighborhoods.

Wherever we can, we seek out local suppliers and the best ingredients and we strive to support the local economy.

Gebbers Cattle: Brewster, Washington
Just on the other side of the Wenatchee National Forest, and heading up towards the Canadian border, lies the town of Brewster, Washington, population about 2500. The name Gebber carries some weight around town. The family runs one of the largest cherry growing operations in the world, based right in Brewster. While cherries steal a lot of the limelight, the Gebbers family also owns the longest-standing cattle ranch in Washington State. For five generations they’ve raised some of the best beef in the region, passing knowledge and care down the line like heirlooms.

The Gebbers have selected a portion of their herd of Black Angus cattle for the Great State grass-fed, grass-finished program, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. It’s amazing to see these animals living their whole lives naturally, roaming free and growing slowly. We’re thrilled to be working with the Gebbers and can’t wait to join them on one of their regular cattle drives.

Read all about the family in Western Cowman Magazine… you read that correctly!

Parfait Ice Cream: Ballard Neighborhood
In the most adorable, sparkling little ice cream shop in Ballard, Adria Shimada carefully crafts Seattle’s purest and most delicious ice cream. You can find her in the shop almost every day, at times joined by her six-year-old son, Ari. When Ari’s not fulfilling his duties as Head Taste Tester he can sometimes be found interviewing customers, asking them how they like the ice cream and recording their answers in his notebook.

The list of local producers on Parfait’s wall reads like an All-Star roster of the Pacific Northwest’s very best organic farmers. The mint in the flowerbeds out front and the raspberries growing behind the shop find a home in cones and pints.

Parfait was not the obvious choice when we were looking for a creamery to produce our milkshake mix. The flagship store is small and was already busy, and Adria had a very small team. But it was absolutely the best choice. Our commitment to Parfait is helping Adria purchase some key pieces of equipment and hire more employees to focus on milkshakes. And the result is even better than we could have hoped — thick and rich and delicious. These are the best shakes we’ve ever had, and knowing we are helping to build Adria’s business, and bring more customers for Ari to interview, makes them even better.

Theo Chocolate: Seattle
Since 2006, Seattle-based Theo Chocolate has been committed to responsibly sourcing and manufacturing the highest quality chocolate in the world. As the first bean-to-bar maker of Organic, Fair Trade, Fair for Life, and non-GMO certified chocolate in North America, Theo creates delicious products while working to improve livelihoods and protect the environment in farm and factory communities alike.

For Theo, chocolate isn’t just a product; it’s a journey from bean to chocolate bar. We think about every choice we make, every action we take, and how it will impact our interconnected world.

In addition to our friends highlighted above, we are proud to source from various other local and responsible vendors:

• Veggie Patty – Field Roast, Seattle, Wa
• Beer – Stoup Brewing, Ballard, Wa
• French Fries – Kennewick, Wa

• Soda Pop – Jones Soda, Seattle, Wa
• Fresh fruit for our milkshakes are grown in Washington and supplied by various local farms.