Locally owned by the same family since 1918, the third generation here are helping to pump out some of the city's best burgers. Lovingly referred to as a dive bar, this restaurant may not look like much from the outside but a sense of history greets patrons at the door. Business suits and blue-collar folks alike crowd the small dining room either for a quick hearty lunch or for a frosty 32-ounce goblet of beer at the end of the day. The menu is limited but locals swear by the fresh burgers. Sandwiches, chili, salads and soup also are on the menu. The décor is basic and worn but if you don't mind that, the service is quick and you may just overhear a table reminiscing about the good old days. Patrons age 21 and older only are allowed in the restaurant. Bring cash because they don't take plastic.