This casual Edgebrook eatery has changed ownership several times, but little has changed since it opened more than 50 years ago, including the booths, counter seating and decor, which includes photos of 1950s icons like James Dean and Marilyn Monroe. The food is fairly no-frills--go ahead and add mushrooms, onions or bacon to your burger, but your only side option is still fries. Soft drinks are hand made using fountain syrup and seltzer and, of course, the old fashioned milk shake machine is still in operation. There are daily chalkboard specials but the House Specialties are the Hashes (corned beef, pulled pork and chicken chorizo), all made in house as well as the breakfast sausage. The casual coffee shop menu mixes several different cuisines, featuring everything from chicken burritos to gyros to steak sandwiches with A1 Sauce. In the market for something more morning-friendly? The restaurant also serves pancakes and a breakfast dish comprised of hash browns topped with vegetables, cheese, eggs and, if you wish, bacon, sausage or ham.