Weezys-Shed: Old Fashioned Delicious Hamburgers

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People are wacky for Weezy’s!







Instead of complaining about a dearth of healthy, appropriately portioned, burger joints, Louise Clow-Birkenseer opened her own.  The emphasis is on healthful ingredints: natural beef from Prather Ranch,  fries (white and sweet) are cooked in rice bran oil. Prather Ranch, by the way, if known as a certified supplier of grass-fed, antibiotic-free beef, and officially known for its certified organic and natural beef production.

The sell here is size, from the small cozy space to the burgers themselves, little enough to be just right for youngsters and justifying more than one for adults. (That way there’s a chance to try more than one of the different burger types.)  The family-operated establishment is an asset for the family-focused Terra Linda community.

  Incredible Hamburgers with the best beef and great fries!  But hard to find!






Weezy’s shed is almost hidden in the far corner of a small strip shopping center, right in the middle of a residential neighborhood!  Despite the off-the-beaten-path location, they do a brisk business.  To add to the family ambiance even more, there is a public swimming pool across the street — and who doesn’t want a good burger and fries when spending the day at the pool!

If you ask around, you will learn that Weezy’s is famous for its smaller sized buns.  But don’t let that food you – it is a perfect portion size to fill a child, and most adults, especially when combined with the delicious fresh-cooked fries!  But if it isn’t enough, it is a good excuse to order a second burger to make sure you don’t leave hungry.

Weezys-Shed - The Best Old Fashioned Burgers - Eat more beef!







The menu is always handy, since it is made into the top of the tables!  Since so many restaurants forget to wipe their menus, this is a great idea — tables always get wiped!

The items on the menu are like the restaurant itself – unique.  You can choose a White Trash Burger (with Thousand Island dressing), the Mmmmmmm Burger or the B-Rad with Tillamook Cheese and bacon or even the Contiki that comes with pineapple and Teriyaki sauce.

And of course, there is the Moo-Less Burger … need I clarify that this is the the vegetarian selection???






Weezy’s is located at
621 Del Ganado Rd,
San Rafael, CA.
Tel: 415-479-7433
We haven’t moved!  Terra Linda (our old address) is now San Rafael, so don’t worry – we are still here in the place you enjoyed! Be sure to check out our facebook page!

REVIEW: Yummy and Organic! I loved it!

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How can you NOT love this!!!!

REVIEW: Burgers Burgers Everywhere

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Weezy’s Grassfed Shed is the closest burger joint to my house. They have almost all outdoor seating, so not too great for cold nights if you want to eat there. At Weezy’s they have 2 oz burgers, so unless you aren’t that hungry, more than one is necessary. It’s great for variety! They have a burger with pineapple and teriyaki, and a “White Trash” burger ……



REVIEW: Healthy Burgers in San Fran

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Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed

“Slow food faster” is the motto at this charming San Rafael roadside shack, opened last fall.

  • What’s the beef? 1/8-pound Shed Burgers made with Prather Ranch beef.
  • Have it your way If your taste in burgers goes beyond the basics, pick a variation—

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REVIEW: Groupon Sells Out

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The hamburger, America’s national meal, has always been served during Independence Day cookouts and the competitive eating portion of presidential debates. Dine patriotically with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of burgers at Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed in San Rafael.

The chefs at Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed enlist the aid of grass-fed beef from Prather Ranch to construct a menu of homemade hamburger masterpieces. One-eighth-pound patties crafted from 80% lean beef let diners fill up on a sampling of burgers and pretend to have giant hands. The B-rad ($4) stacks buns with bacon and tillamook cheddar, and the Contiki burger’s Kikkoman teriyaki sauce and pineapple ($3.50) send delicious transpacific messages. Meatless munching commences with the Moo-less burger ($3), which anoints scratch-made patties of 20 ingredients—cooked in their own skillet with their own spatula by their own butler—with cream cheese and a special sweet-potato fry dipping sauce.

The special offered on Groupon sold out — over 920 coupons purchased!!!


the burgers were juicy and cooked to perfection. i enjoyed the different variations/topping on the burgers.

REVIEW: Buy Mom a Burger!

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Buy mom a burger! There’s very few other foods as delicious, and Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed serves up some of the best, juiciest sliders around — along with yummy morsels like sweet-potato fries and homemade lemonade  — in a cute, cozy joint.

Where’s the beef?

Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed serves up delicious, juicy sliders — along with yummy morsels like sweet-potato fries and milkshakes  — in a cute, cozy joint. This is family-friendly dining in San Rafael (conveniently located by the rec center and pool) that tastes terrific. Flavorful garden burgers are also available. Use this deal to double your money in the most delicious way possible.

Would you like fries with that?


Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed Website>

Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed is the burger joint in San Rafael. Situated on a patch of parking lot shared with Scotty’s Market, the mini building, which sports posts that jut out of aluminum pails with tufts of grass, seems a perfect fit for the family centric locale. A public swimming pool sits across the street. Hungry swimmers who can sit inside or out to enjoy her menu of hamburgers and a choice of sweet potato or French fries are most welcome.


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REVIEW: Discerning Sliders

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Weezy’s is a salute to owner Louise Clow‘s childhood nickname. So it seems appropriate that this freestanding shop isn’t much bigger than a child’s playhouse, and the sliders it serves are well proportioned for a child’s hand, with just 2 ounces of meat per pop-in-your-mouth sandwich.

Yet this is food fit for discerning adults. Beef is all-natural, free-range, grass-fed Prather Ranch, or there is a vegan patty fashioned from 20 ingredients that manages to be both meaty and light as air, imbued with extra flavor from a swath of cream cheese.

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REVIEW: Top Dishes at Weezy’s

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Sweet Potato Fries … worth it. Great burgers, yummy sweet potato fries husband loved the veggie burger not the frozen…worth it. Great burgers, yummy sweet potato fries, husband loved the veggie burger …

and 9 other items!

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REVIEW: Special orders don’t upset us!

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We were sitting around, trying to get up the gumption to make lunch.
Unfortunately, I had woken up thinking of hamburgers.
Worse, the local free weekly paper had a review of our little mini-burger shed, Weezy’s. It’s just a couple of blocks away from our house, and it’s tiny, so take-out is the order of the day.



There are plenty of restaurants in Marin that serve“slow food,” referring to meats, fruits, grains and vegetables that don’t come through massive commercial production lines. But few places attempt to use slow food in a quick service operation.

Weezy’s Grass Fed Shed, open about six months in the Terra Linda neighborhood of San Rafael, attempts to merge slow food quality with fast-food service and style. The result is really good food at very reasonable prices. Two small burgers with fries comes to about $7. One “lonely” burger is a mere $2.50.

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REVIEW: Great burgers and finally met Weezy!

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We slid over to Weezy’s … for some of their slider-sized sandwiches made with Prather Ranch beef patties. I got aB-Rad ($3.00, $4.75 with fries) topped with Tillamook Cheddar and bacon and a “burger in a buttercup” ($2.50) in ‘wich butter lettuce replaced the bread.

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