Harry’s cheeseburgers are fast-food perfection. Standing at the pick-up window (which is where you go after you have placed your order and paid at the other window), you have a great view of the grill on which they are cooked. They are put on the hot, oily surface as a round patty a little smaller than a baseball, then they are flattened out with a spatula. Despite getting squished, the hamburgers remain thick enough to be overwhelmingly juicy.
Hot dogs are cooked on the same grill, and they’re plump and tasty ones, especially satisfying when bedded atop some of Harry’s chili sauce. And you can get good fried clams, too. But it’s burgers on which Harry’s reputation is built, and rightfully so.
Seating is strictly outdoors on picnic tables along both sides of the capacious parking lot.