Friday, May 28 is National Burger Day, and what better way to celebrate than with… burgers!

Fremont-based Uneeda Burger is kicking off the day by offering a free classic burger (add-ons cost extra) to walk-up customers starting at 11 a.m., while supplies last.

“These past 15 months have been such a challenging time, yet the Seattle community has continued to show up and support us,” Uneeda Burger chef and owner Scott Staples said in a news release. “We’re all cautiously optimistic in celebrating science, and a slow return to normalcy, so as summer — and National Hamburger Day — approaches, we all need a reason to rejoice!”

And if you’re looking for more burger recipes or recommendations, we’ve got you covered:

Try making these salmon burgers with pickle mayo for the Memorial Day holiday

Sadie Davis-Suskind shares her family’s favorite salmon-burger recipe. (Rebecca Davis-Suskind)

Find the full recipe here.

Want massive perfect takeout burgers and posh picnic-basket feasts? Woodinville beckons.

That Tipsy Cow’s Rockstar burger made it to our food writer’s house with its yolk fully intact was an act of pure magic.  (Jackie Varriano / The Seattle Times)

Find beautiful takeout burgers and other tasty eats in Woodinville.

The 5 best dishes our food critic ate in the Seattle area this month for under $10

At Burbs Burgers on South King Street, the Burbs Special comes with double meat, American cheese, grilled onions, pickles, special sauce and shredded lettuce. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)

Find one of the best smashed burgers around town for less than $10.

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Our food critic picks Seattle’s 4 best under-the-radar burgers you don’t want to miss

The cheeseburger and fries at Skylark Cafe & Club in West Seattle. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)

Discover these four great burger recommendations from food critic Tan Vinh.

Dick’s Drive-In won Seattle’s best burger — but why?

The cheeseburger at Dick’s is perfection to Bethany… Tan, not so into it.  (Bethany Jean Clement / The Seattle Times)

Did you know that in 2018, Dicks Drive-In beat out all the competition in a bracket-style fight to the finish powered by votes from Seattle Times readers who declared that Dick’s is the home of Seattle’s best burgers. Not everyone was happy with the decision, but our food critic weighed in on why it was probably the right one.