BIZNOTE: Zippy’s Giant Burgers closing after 14 years – ‘heartbreaking is a monumental understatement’


(WSB photo from Zippy’s opening day in 2008)

In May 2008, punk rocker Blaine “Zippy” Cook (above right) opened a hole-in-the-wall burger joint in Highland Park and drew a crowd. They followed him to a bigger space in White Center three years later. But now – Zippy’s Giant Burgers has just emailed some giant news: They’re closing. Here’s the announcement:

It is with heavy hearts that we are closing Zippy’s Giant Burgers after 14 years. Sadly, our last day of business will be Sunday, July 10th, 2022.

To say this decision is heartbreaking is a monumental understatement. Over the last two years, we have done everything we could to try to keep Zippy’s open for business. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, all of our efforts have been thwarted.

Our issues are no different from those we’ve all heard about with other businesses closing recently; staffing, inflation, and an unreasonable landlord are the contributing factors that ultimately led us to this decision.

Zippy’s will be open (staffing permitting) the following days:

Tuesday through Saturday 10 am – 9 pm
Sunday noon – 8 pm

Heartfelt thanks to the community for supporting us from our humble beginnings in Highland Park to the current location over the last 14 years. It was a good run.

Blaine, Rahel and Jesse

For newcomers, Zippy’s original location was at 16th/Holden, where Wanna Burger/Teriyaki is now. Its current White Center location at 9614 14th SW was previously a halal restaurant among other things; they added more space two years after the move. Zippy’s also had a Georgetown location from 2014 to 2018.

105 Replies to "BIZNOTE: Zippy's Giant Burgers closing after 14 years - 'heartbreaking is a monumental understatement'"

  • bubo July 5, 2022 (2:28 pm)

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!The best burger in Seattle. I’m so sad to hear this. Thank you and best wishes to the Zippy’s crew. 

  • Alki resident July 5, 2022 (2:33 pm)

    Open a food truck , don’t go

    • S. Jackson July 5, 2022 (8:46 pm)

      I’ll second that.

    • Bev July 6, 2022 (12:10 pm)

      I’ll third that!

    • Kristen July 7, 2022 (7:59 am)

      Yes! And setup in the WS Farmer’s Market on Sundays!

  • mightymoh July 5, 2022 (2:36 pm)

    What a special place, kid friendly with the best-tasting burgers (beef and especially veggie) around. We made frequent trips down to White Center for some burgers and often would go out of our way on a return from a day of activities to stop there for dinner. Always loved the Narboo art on the walls and the arcade. So sad that they won’t be able to keep things going.

  • Zippys Forever July 5, 2022 (2:37 pm)

    Sad news but all things must pass.  I was there on day 1 and I’ll be there on the last day too.  Congrats on a successful run of burger excellence Blaine.

    • Derek July 5, 2022 (3:13 pm)

      Why do all things need to pass? It doesn’t need to.

      • hj July 5, 2022 (7:01 pm)

        The fact that all things must pass is one of the final lessons of the Buddha. It teaches us to appreciate what we have now and to not live in the past. You can try this yourself: the next time you’re at a favorite restaurant, enjoy the moment as if it will be the last time you are there. You will find love and joy in every detail. Because all things do pass– eventually, either the restaurant, or you.

        Or, as the great poet Warren Zevon wrote before his own passing: “Enjoy every sandwich.” 

        • Rocket July 5, 2022 (9:19 pm)

          As I tell myself and my impatient FOMO riddled 7 year old, the thing you are looking for is right here right now in this moment.  This moment now is all there is.  All things must end so enjoy all you have now.

          • WS Res July 6, 2022 (9:32 am)

            As Trungpa Rinpoche put it, “the glass is already broken.”  Don’t stare at the beautiful glass consumed with fear over whether it will get broken if you use it. It will break someday; it is already broken. So enjoy it now.  True about restaurants and many other things too.

        • John July 6, 2022 (11:27 am)

          Open to selling? 

      • poetry July 7, 2022 (8:09 pm)

        ‘That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet.’ – Emily Dickinson

  • Shayne July 5, 2022 (2:43 pm)

    I still have the original Tshirt that I got from when you opened in Highland area. Unfortunately West Seattle has changed for the worse sense 2008 years used to be a nice Blue Collar town. Good luck on your new adventure

    • Rick July 6, 2022 (8:07 am)

      I too have that shirt. What amazes me is how it could have shrunk without ever being washed!

      • Janet July 6, 2022 (10:12 am)

        HAHAHAHA happens to us all!

      • Terremoto July 10, 2022 (8:59 am)

        Burger involvement?

  • Audrey Zemke July 5, 2022 (2:46 pm)

    Will definitely miss your good bean burger and what a great part of the community you were. Good luck in whatever comes next.

  • BrianD July 5, 2022 (2:49 pm)

    Oh no, oh no, oh no, oh no, oh no!!!  This is terrible news!!!  We have a family tie to Blaine’s family, specifically his mother and grandmother.  Soooooo sad to read this!!!

    • aa July 5, 2022 (4:39 pm)

      Sheesh! They’re not dying, they simply made the courageous decision to close a business that is not working for them anymore.  Terrible news are the daily reports of shooting and death all over our country .  This is the closing of a restaurant.  Maybe we can be excited for them and what might be a less stressful next chapter of their lives. 

      • Shotinthefoot July 5, 2022 (6:48 pm)

        aa, it’s gross and inappropriate to gatekeep how people feel about anything. Be better. 

        • aa July 6, 2022 (5:16 pm)

          So your judgment of me is ok but I’m not allowed to have an opinion on someone comment??  I am not ‘gatekeeping ‘anything, I am sharing my opinion.  Mind your own judgmental actions. I stand by my words.  

      • Zoey July 8, 2022 (1:47 pm)

        What is terrible is your simple minded approach to life.   People with full formed brains can feel many things, even at the same time.  Being sad about a restaurant closing doesn’t make a person indifferent to the rest of life.  

  • Jerry Hoffmeister July 5, 2022 (2:50 pm)

    I’m sad :( :(

  • Karen July 5, 2022 (2:54 pm)

    Noooo!  We’ve been customers from the first day!  We brought our exchange students here for their first nights!  We love you guys!  Thank you so much!you will be missed!!!

  • Sillygoose July 5, 2022 (2:57 pm)

    NOOO! We were just talking about the messy goodness this weekend and how it is the best burger around.  So sorry to read this.  I guess it is going to be burgers for dinner this week sometime.  

  • Melissa July 5, 2022 (3:01 pm)

    Ugh. Such a wonderful local small biz. We have so many fond memories of meals there. Best wishes to Blaine and company in whatever comes next.  

  • Ron M July 5, 2022 (3:02 pm)

    This is among the worst news I’ve read on WSB. No other burger place around this area can really compare to Zippy’s, they’ll be missed. I hate this.

  • Sara July 5, 2022 (3:15 pm)

    I’ve been going here since I was in middle school. Used to walk over after school when they were across from the fire station. To this day I go in once a week for a lil zip and fries and it always hits the spot. Zippys will def be missed 

  • Theresa July 5, 2022 (3:15 pm)

    Someone suggested but food truck???  Seems to be going around with landlords.

  • Lindsey July 5, 2022 (3:16 pm)

    NOOOOOO. I gasped when I read it. This has been my family’s favorite place since before we were even a family! The last time we were in it was in celebration of the kids’ last karate class. :( We will miss Zippy’s so much.

  • Maybaby July 5, 2022 (3:41 pm)

    Sad news, little zip is my favorite.  Best burger place in WC.

  • Tom July 5, 2022 (4:04 pm)

    Best Burger in Seattle.  Whenever I have a burger elsewhere I ask “how does this compare to Zippy’s”.  Usually it comes up short.  Sorry to hear this.  Zippys is one of my guilty pleasures.

  • miws July 5, 2022 (4:08 pm)

    Blaine, Rahel, Jesse, and Crew, Thank you all *so* much for years of filling my tummy once per month, with a Big Mouth (no cheese!), traditional fries, and whatever flavor of vintage soda pop that was in the cooler that day sounded good. I did this going back beginning a little over 9 years ago now, having only occasionally visited previously, and only since the move to White Center. Sadly, I actually have not been there for 2 1/2 years, mainly due to being at high risk for Covid, but I actually paid my last visit a couple of months before the lockdown, skipping the month in between, due to a sudden, significant increase in personal expenses. I had hoped to get back there once Covid was under control enough, and I was fully-vaxxed. Unfortunately, my health took yet another turn a little over a year ago and I am even more mobility-challenged than before. Best of Luck to all, and Big Love to all…—Mike

    • Sarah July 6, 2022 (10:30 am)

      I obviously don’t know you, but you post frequently and I always enjoy your contribution. I would like to buy you a last burger, fries and soda from Zippy’s if you will accept the offer. I’m not  sure how to coordinate, I could bring it to you or have Door Dash or the like deliver it. Another option to skip the sharing address part is for you to order and  I can  reimburse you via Venmo, if you have an account. Sincere offer,  I’m sorry about your current circumstances. You can email me at:

  • Morgan Graham July 5, 2022 (4:09 pm)

    Bummer :( This is my favorite burger, fries, etc., place. I even donated a box of drinking glasses from McDonald’s (Ronald McDonald, Grimace, Hamburglar, etc.) that I’d had since I was a kid (circa 70’s or 80’s). I would certainly love to see this place reincarnated somewhere, even if on four wheels.

  • Robin July 5, 2022 (4:36 pm)

    Noooooooooo : (Been going there since it was at the old location, best burger in Seattle. First the Copper Coin, and now this….

    • NotOnHolden July 6, 2022 (7:54 pm)

      Copper Coin is Coastline if the burgers matter.  I do miss the Copper Coin sit down restaurant pre-COVID.  

  • Lox July 5, 2022 (4:48 pm)

    Damn. This one really hurts. Thanks for the memories. 

  • Heidi July 5, 2022 (4:58 pm)

    Oh noooo! Well, I know what I’m doing for my birthday next weekend! One last burger before the darkness descends. 

  • JoAnne July 5, 2022 (5:12 pm)

    Terrible.  Just terrible.  I have been bringing friends, relatives, and visitors to Zippy’s since shortly after they opened.   They have provided jobs to underemployed communities and have increased the value of property around them, not to mention providing food loved by everyone for miles around.   I guess it’s true what they says–no good deed goes unpunished.   

  • WC July 5, 2022 (5:22 pm)

    Nonononononono!!!  White Center won’t be the same without you.  :'(

  • Annie July 5, 2022 (5:31 pm)

    That is so unfortunate! Been going since you guys opened down the street from my house in 2008! We will miss you guys!

  • Auntie July 5, 2022 (5:33 pm)

    So now where do we go for a really good burger and onion rings? The ambiance won’t compare, I’m sure, but I’d like to know where to get a good burger. And please don’t say Burger Boss or Habit. No comparison.

    • John Smith July 7, 2022 (3:34 am)

      Auntie, try Burgermaster on Aurora.

    • dkat July 7, 2022 (8:19 am)

      lil woodys!

  • Shelley Butler July 5, 2022 (5:35 pm)

    Nooooooooooo! Also..What a sad thing for the communities of White Center and West Seattle 🙄😔.SO many memories.Will show up for a last burger before closing.Any chance a Go Fund Me could keep them going???

    • Zippys July 5, 2022 (6:25 pm)

      What a very kind thought! Unfortunately a GoFundMe won’t fix the problem of our landlord.

  • RJB July 5, 2022 (5:47 pm)

    Well…this sucks. Best to all at Zippy’s.

  • Lauri July 5, 2022 (6:25 pm)

    Wow Blaine And Rachel,  I don’t believe it.  Zippy’s will be missed by many for the food, staff, and atmosphere.  Our kids enjoyed coming to Zippy’s for a field trip in the summer.  I don’t think there will be any place that will come close to what you offered.  Maybe a food truck would be a good idea.  I’m sure there are some good parking places.  You and your staff and food will be missed.

  • Anothersmallbusinessclosetoclosing July 5, 2022 (6:32 pm)

    We should not be surprised. If you have a favorite small business, you need to visit and frequently. We can only hold on for so long. Times are ridiculous. 

    • Rocket July 5, 2022 (9:21 pm)

      The owner is on this thread saying it’s all about the landlord and not lack of customers.

      • Truth July 6, 2022 (12:37 am)

        More customers help offset rising food cost. More customers help absorb rent increases. More customers after/while in a pandemic helps keep the spirit up to keep fitting to stay open and take that chance on the next lease. Customer support is way more than just a sale, it’s uplifting to the spirits and a great dose of courage.-Fellow Restaurant Owner

      • The King July 6, 2022 (5:36 am)

        Staffing, inflation and an unreasonable landlord is what I read.  

      • alki_2008 July 12, 2022 (2:22 am)

        @Rocket.  How is it “all about the landlord” when the owner said “staffing, inflation, and an unreasonable landlord are the contributing factors”

        There are other factors, besides the landlord.

    • Kathy July 6, 2022 (1:37 pm)

      Lack of customers did not seem to be a problem, because they had  excellent product and excellent service.

      • Brandon July 6, 2022 (5:45 pm)

        Did you go to a different Zippy’s? Phone on “disconnect”, wait for 30 min plus every time? I was fine with it as my 5 year old loved going there but, people with some semblance of schedule simply stopped going. It’s a shame but it’s the truth. I know at minimum 5 families that stopped going because of the wait. I don’t bitch, because I have time to spare, but many folks don’t. Pandemic was figured out by others, not Zippy’s. Hopefully a food truck will come along but not a soul will wait 30 to 60 minutes for a burger that takes 5 minutes to cook right.

        • Sarah July 6, 2022 (10:24 pm)

          All true, as loyal Zippy’s customers since 2008. Service was so rough the last several years, but that was tolerable because of the games and tasty food. But then the food quality also slipped, orders were wrong regularly, and finally with COVID, the to-go experience was just rough. 

  • DogMom July 5, 2022 (6:40 pm)

    This is such sad news and a huge loss. You will be missed, Zippy’s. 

  • Evan July 5, 2022 (6:51 pm)

    Y’all are going to be so deeply missed. We’ve been coming since the old location; both of our kids had their very first burgers at Zippy’s. Nothing else compares.Thanks for all the deliciousness and good times over the years, and for sticking it out as long as you did. We’ll be coming in for as many burgers and shakes and rings as we can this week.

  • vanessa July 5, 2022 (7:06 pm)

    Wow. This makes me so sad. You will be missed. 

  • Margarita July 5, 2022 (7:28 pm)

    Oh goodness their tasty food will be missed! Burgers, onion rings, tots, root beer and secret sauce. Mmmm We often compare other burgers to Zippy’s and few measure up. Thank you for feeding us throughout the years. 

  • Bud L July 5, 2022 (7:31 pm)

    Best burgers in Seattle. Awesome REAL onion rings. Really going to miss a great burger I could always count on to be perfect every time.

  • Sad seattle resident July 5, 2022 (7:50 pm)

    I have been a costumer there for years, I’m sad to see it go. 

  • Kersti Muul July 5, 2022 (8:16 pm)

    I’ve never been to zippy’s. I guess I better go this week.I know everyone loves it though ❤️The only burger 🍔 I like in west Seattle is Elliot Bay brewery. Maybe I should have tried zippy’s long ago.😭

  • AdmyrlByrd July 5, 2022 (8:46 pm)

    Relatively new to the area so haven’t had the chance, but wondering – just a thought – is there something to be done to boycott whatever goes in next, perhaps a visible vocal campaign so that it perhaps diminishes the value or return that the landlord has?  I know it wouldn’t stop something like Zippy’s or Lee’s from disappearing, but perhaps these guys would think twice before selling out a local institution for another branch of Chipotle or Dominos.

    • Rocket July 5, 2022 (9:24 pm)

      Lees died because the building is being redeveloped.  We can’t have both all the same old stuff and also increased density.  They are mutually exclusive.  Also what does whatever business comes on behind the, and the people running that have to do with commercial landlords generally being terrible people and why should they suffer?

  • KD July 5, 2022 (9:23 pm)

    REALLY?? I don’t understand, there’s always a number of folks in every time I stop in and most times, a line up to the counter. It always looks like business is Great. What is the real reason for closure? Thanks for the great burgers, absolutely.. but it doesn’t look like for lacking business (??) 

    • momosmom July 6, 2022 (6:55 am)

      KD—–Did you not read the story or just the headline, it says WHY in it.

      • Brandon July 6, 2022 (5:41 pm)

        Didn’t mention the real why though..

    • Anothersmallbusinessabouttoclose July 6, 2022 (9:14 pm)

      WOW! Do you not watch the news? Inflation, employee retention, the pandemic, global supply chain issues, and increasing rental rates. If you don’t own a small business, why are you criticizing? YOU have no idea! 

  • 1994 July 5, 2022 (9:46 pm)

    So sorry to hear of Zippy’s closing. I love the # 11 burger!

  • Ian July 5, 2022 (9:47 pm)

    So sorry to hear this. Thanks for all the burgers, the excellent shakes, and the zip sauce. I’ll try to come in before the last day to indulge one more time. Best wishes to everyone who helped make it all happen.

  • Craig Threlkeld July 5, 2022 (10:11 pm)

    Aww, shoot! I’m gonna really miss those things. Since I’m currently in the hospital, I’m gonna miss their closing, too.Damned fine product! I hope everyone lands on their feet.

  • D-Mom July 5, 2022 (10:16 pm)

    I’m heartbroken!!!  What am I going to do without Zippy’s?  Best burgers!  Not enough places offer such delicious burgers with gluten free buns. 

  • Craig Threlkeld July 5, 2022 (10:32 pm)

    I absolutely will miss Zippy’s, but don’t shun (or even blame) White Center, folks. It is still the place to go for great Mexican and S.E. Asian food. Especially Mexican food. 16th is a great street.

  • Buttecup July 5, 2022 (11:08 pm)

    So sad to see you leave, love the truck idea someone mentioned and PLEASE PLEASE keep us informed of your next venture, my heart says you’re not done yet. Thanks for good burger memories!!

  • John July 5, 2022 (11:20 pm)

    This really stings!  Top 5 burger joints in all of Seattle and best burger on the Westside.  Zippy’s is the first restaurant I ate at in White Center when I first moved to the neighborhood.  The No. 11 with sautéed mushrooms was my jam!  Thank you for the amazing burgers and years of service to the community.  You will be missed dearly!!

  • Christopher Boffoli July 6, 2022 (12:14 am)

    It doesn’t get mentioned enough, but “unreasonable landlords” is at the root of more restaurant closures in this town than people realize.

    • Derek July 6, 2022 (8:05 am)

      Are there any “reasonable” landlords?

      • Christopher Boffoli July 7, 2022 (1:13 am)

        There actually are. But they are rare in Seattle. Some landlords do understand the thin margins of the food business and work with restaurant owners for the longer term. However, over the last decade or more, I seen restaurants I love succumb to greed and shady business practices of certain landlords. I’ve also seen outrageous rents that simply don’t pencil for a food business.  Seattle is a great food town, but not a great restaurant town. And I think the lack of meaningful, sincere restaurants has a lot to do with the precarious  landlord/ restaurant owner dance. 

  • Jay July 6, 2022 (12:59 am)

    Landlords are jacking up rents and booting out community landmarks. But who is renting the vacated properties? What’s the end game? Will we be like other cities where all the restaurants are stuff like Olive Garden, Cheesecake Factory, and Red Lobster?

  • Gary Pro July 6, 2022 (7:24 am)

    Blaine, you look the same as when you took care of Sage and Will in preschool!  More time now for music?  Hi to Rahel.

    • Flashback July 6, 2022 (10:33 pm)

      Dude, the pic’s from 2008.

  • anonyme July 6, 2022 (9:20 am)

    First Lee’s, now Zippy’s.  If businesses that are doing as well as these two are driven out, it does not bode well for Seattle business in general.  And it certainly does not improve Seattle’s livability score, which has declined dramatically in recent years.

  • 22blades July 6, 2022 (9:35 am)

    Another chunk of our West Seattle soul headed over the horizon… A recurring theme of a retail environment that just doesn’t function anymore. Thank for your service. Irreplaceable. West 5, Taco Guaymas, Kamei, Lee’s, Bee’s, Zatz… 

  • MarkG July 6, 2022 (10:34 am)

    Zippy’s will be sorely missed.  If you find a new, more reasonable landlord somewhere and want to restart, let us know if a GoFundMe campaign would help. I’d certainly contribute. 

  • KayK July 6, 2022 (11:55 am)

    So sad to see the end of a homegrown business- wish you could find an alternative White Center site if this landlord is not interested in having such a successful business on the premises!

  • Kathy July 6, 2022 (1:32 pm)

    No. 11 and No. 5 1/2 were a weekly ritual after the post pandemic reopening. Draft beer never came back after that : ( . Adios, Zippy’s! Crystal was such a lovely person every time we visited. I hope her future endeavors are bright.

  • Ramair July 6, 2022 (1:36 pm)

    Ahh man!, so many post camping trip, home construction project lunch break and just craving some damn good fast food memories. I don’t live in Seattle anymore, but part of my fond memories of it include Zippy’s with friends. All the best guys, thankyou 

  • Diane Fields July 6, 2022 (2:16 pm)

    So very sad.  Best vegetarian burger and burgers all around.  Great shakes and fries. So very sad. 

  • SKA July 6, 2022 (5:22 pm)

    I read the news while giving plasma downtown… they tell you to have a good meal after donating. Well, the best mush mouth burger and sweet potato fries hit the spot. BEST BURGERS IN ALL THE LAND!

  • Brandon July 6, 2022 (5:38 pm)

    Really sucks, my 5 year old only eats Zippys burgers and shakes. However, not answering the phone for the past year so we can preorder before sitting inside, plus the fact we sit there for over a half hour to get your food once in, turned off a lot of people. I’m just telling ya like it is. I love Zippys but terrible customer service turned a LOT of my friends off. I didn’t mind as my kiddo could patiently wait but, despite the Pandemic, others figured it out. Now, the landlord thing, that sucks, nothing can be done about that.

  • rob July 6, 2022 (6:41 pm)

     only real one to blame is the new 30% jump in property tax our king CC bili. What you think land lords are just going to sit back an eat it. 

  • sw July 7, 2022 (8:43 am)

    The most delicious burgers, with the most infuriating service.  I really like the food truck idea (after a restful break of course).

  • Greenlakeslover July 7, 2022 (1:09 pm)

    Thank you for all the hard work and dedication you put into your business. The Zip Burger is truly the only takeout burger worth having—a guilty pleasure treat I will really miss. Wishing you and your employees good outcomes on future endeavors. 

  • My Brothers' Sister July 7, 2022 (4:40 pm)

    As a family who has grown up in the original Highpoint, moved to White Center and then back to Highpoint when it was rebuilt; Zippys is definitely an iconic piece of White Center history along with White Center Pizza and Spaghetti House. My family and I used to frequent Zippys often and refer to them as having the best burgers; and refer others there as well. My brother passed and he loved this place so much so its sad to see another local business close it doors. It seems like all good things and or people; eventually dissappear. But not from our hearts and minds. Thank you for your service to our community and the many wonderful memories we shared there. ❤️ 

  • AR July 7, 2022 (5:50 pm)

    They ran out of food at 5:30 today (Thursday)–I was lucky enough to get the last order.  They said to come early tomorrow!

    • Kat July 7, 2022 (6:50 pm)

      Oh shoot! We were trying to eat there every day til closing! Thanks for posting this update!I’m Glad we are all showing up and showing them love but I wish we could come together and somehow help with the miserable landlord situation. This is such a tragic loss to the food scene that is White Center. I have always spread the good word of Zippy’s every time I explain where I live. 

  • mcw July 8, 2022 (3:11 am)

    Blaine, Rahel, Jesse & the gang:  you really will be sorely missed.  To Blaine in particular:  I remember standing in the Holden St store just a day or two after you opened.  I bit into my first Zippy’s burger and I told you that it would someday be on the cover of Seattle Magazine as Seattle’s Best Burger.  You laughed.  I enjoyed going back in t here with the magazine when I was proved right.  ;-)  I hope you know what an amazing job you did turning your little hole in the wall into one of the best burger joints I’ve ever known.  I’ve lived in the UK for over a decade now, and your place is the first one I used to visit after hitting town.  I’m sorry I’m not over there to *not* shake your hand but wave at you from six feet away and wish you and your family the absolute best of luck in whatever you do next.  Marnie  

  • Cyn July 8, 2022 (8:08 am)

    Zippy’s already closed! Don’t waste your gas.It’s s really sad that this place is ALREADY CLOSED. Phone is disconnected as well. Went there last night & nothing. Why say you’ll be opened until Sunday & have no product to last. Very misleading information of an article. Shouldn’t say your last day will be on Sunday when you already shut down the place on Wednesday? Public notice of awareness that you already shut down the place would have been nice. Especially with gas prices being so high. Totally waste of gas (smh) oh well.

    • WSB July 8, 2022 (2:59 pm)

      No, it is not already closed. As reported in a separate followup, Zippy’s sold out and closed early the past two nights (Wed and Thurs), but restocked and reopened the following days.

    • aa July 9, 2022 (9:10 pm)

      I am sure they did their best to gauge how much food they needed to last their final days.  There was no way to know that so many more people would show up to bring lines out the door and result in running out of food sooner than expected.  Being upset because you spent money on gas when a business is closing its doors is selfish and not very compassionate.  Speaking of gas, Tutta Bella has a deal if you bring a gas receipt in to one of their restaurants, they will deduct the cost of a gallon of gas from your order.  Make sure you read the details and know the cutoff date Cyn so you aren’t disappointed again!

  • Janet July 8, 2022 (11:18 am)

    Couldn’t people get together and invest?  and open an all NEW (yet old) Zippys.  It could reemerge! conquering all of the nasty burger options that we have left.

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