Loved this place. Had the best onion rings and burger I've ever had. Fried dill pickles were yummy, too. Waitress and staff was friendly. It's a greasy spoon from the fifties and we loved it.
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We stumbled upon this place while passing through and I could not believe what an amazing find it was! Over 70 burgers! Beef, chicken, turkey, anything you could ever possibly want. In addition they have a ton of other things like salads and hoagies. We...More
Hot Rod's is the premier place for the family to eat, a vintage couples night out, or for the food challenge fanatic. Yes, shamefully I must admit my picture is posted in the restaurant as one of the newest conqueres of the Chubby Challenge! I...More
This is a FUN restaurant to go to and we go there every Quilter's trip. A couple of the girls HAVE to have their french-fried hot dog. Such a GREAT menu and lots for everyone. Service is fantastic. Reminds you of an old 1950's diner...More
This is a burger joint, plain and simple. The selection of burgers is huge and they also have chicken, hot dogs and other items if you are not looking for a burger. Prices are good and the food is great. It can be a little...More
We have been here several times and it's always busy. It's a small restaurant so plan on waiting..only 10 minutes tonight. Decorated in 50-60 memorabilia it is a cool little restaurant. There are about 40 different burgers to choose from, but they also have chicken,...More
We have visited here often and always a good meal. A lot to choose from on the menu. Everything from hamburgers to country fried steak. They also offer low carb (gluten free) meals. Highly recommend. A little off the beaten path for visitors, but worth...More