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America’s best burgers

We are honored to appear on Travel and Leisures list of America’s Best Burgers.  As you know we have a lot of burger options here at Dick’s, Travel and Leisures chose the Zizou burger as there favorite….

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Our Grass-fed Burger Recipe

The Guardian discusses the importance of sustainability in food, and how to eat well without eating up resources.  Sustainable eating is something we strongly believe in, so we were more than happy to share our recipe…

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Portlands 10 Best guilt free dishes

We are all about guilt free eats.  We do guilt free so well, we even make delicious desserts that are also good for you!  Portland Monthly loved our Paleo Parfait, and had to share it with…

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Eater PDX Maps Portlands Best Non-Beef Burgers

Dick’s Kitchen was an obvious addition to Eater PDX’s map of best non-traditional, non-beef burgers.  Dick’s offers up traditional grassfed burgers daily, along with water buffalo and turkey burgers.  In addition to that we offer a…

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‘Paleo trend catches on’

Dick talks to FSR magazine about what inspired him to open Dick’s Kitchen, the benefits of a paleo diet, and how to bring healthy foods to the masses.   It only took about 2 million years,…

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Dick’s Kitchen is coming to Woodstock

We are proud to announce  that we will be opening a third location in Woodstock! OregonLive shares details on why we chose the up and coming neighborhood, and what you can expect to see in the…

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“Right at the Fork” Podcast Interview

Chris Angeles of Right at the Fork interviews Dick’s Kitchen owner Richard Satnick about building and selling Laughing Planet Cafe, why he started Dick’s Kitchen and we we should all be eating more 100% grass-fed burgers….

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Dick’s Kitchen Brings Healthy Ideas to Portland

This article was recently published in the Portland Tribune and was written by Jennifer Anderson. Dick’s Kitchen’s owner, Richard Satnick’s own health struggle led him to open a new concept with paleolithic diet roots. He sold Laughing…

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Welcome to The Grass-fed Gazette : December 2013

Welcome to the first edition of the Grass-fed Gazette, a new, occasional e-newsletter from me and the crew at Dick’s Kitchen, specifically aimed at developing closer ties and communication for committed customers of our restaurants, aka “Dick’s Diehards”….

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Inside Dick’s Kitchen Northwest

And now, a look inside the Northwest outpost of paleo-friendly diner Dick’s Kitchen, which takes over the former Lucy’s Table space on NW 21st. And though the spot boasts the same menu as its SE Belmont…

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In full disclosure, we were invited and treated to try out DK’s burgers, sides and drinks. This is a first for us and we’re very excited and honored for the recognition of our long years of…

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Willamette Week review

Last month, in honor of WW’s Restaurant Guide 2010, we held a contest asking readers to tell us the best thing you’ve ever eaten in this city(in 200 words or less). Well we’ve got a winner,…

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Portland Mercury Review

PORTLAND IS A CITY of special-needs eaters. We love to talk about our esoteric dietary requirements, whether it’s gluten-free cupcakes, soy curls vs. seitan, or how bacon is so last year (“I’m a vegetarian, but I…

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Portland Monthly Mag Review

PLASTERED WITH PORTRAITS of Richard Nixon, Richard Burton, Dick Van Dyke, and other noteworthy namesakes, the new Dick’s Kitchen—owned by New York native and Yankees fan Richard Satnick, founder of the Laughing Planet empire—sends Portlanders back…

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Oregon Live Review

There’s a good chance you haven’t heard of Dick’s Kitchen on Belmont yet, but that’s probably only because they’re cautiously debuting their distinctive, local burgers and sides with a quiet “soft opening.” Soft opening or not,…