Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, Dick’s is truly a local institution. With locations all around Seattle, the iconic orange vintage drive-thru signs and walk-up windows have a charm that bigger fast-food chains can’t match. The menu is limited: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries, and milkshakes. (And, to be totally honest, the fries aren’t that spectacular, despite being made fresh before your eyes.) But at the end of a crazy night out, sometimes a basic burger and fries just hits the spot — as the long lines on weekend nights attest. Dick’s is highly respected by locals because it pays its workers well, offers scholarships, and pays its employees to volunteer at charities. How often do you get to feel good about ordering junk food?