Find out what Fast Food restaurants to try in Little Ferry. Little Ferry is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 10,626, reflecting a decline of 174 (-1.6%) from the 10,800 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 811 (+8.1%) from the 9,989 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 311 reviews
This place opened in 1946 and outside of keeping it clean, I don't think anything has changed since 1946. The size, the taste, the stools, and the counters are appear to be vintage. If they are not, the restorer was talented.I also don't think pricing followed inflation because it is affordable! $10 get you 2 burgers, fries and cheese and drink.The people who work here are amazing. I have no idea how the grillmasterlady keeps track of who orders what but she does!A fun and inexpensive meal.
4 based on 185 reviews
Dependably good for many years. Consistently well cooked fries. Newcomers will think the dogs are the best, and I agree: however, the price goes up, and the dog is SHRINKING. Pretty soon it will be a cocktail frank. Going here for over 45 years, I know the difference. I betcha it has shrunk 20%. It is still a great dog, just less of it. I rather pay more and get that old fashioned big hot dog. Free on site parking. Don't expect deluxe seating. You are back in the 60's.
Well, just what I expected. For the kids and only for the kids. They ate it up. 30 burgers later, it was done. They tore them up. This place is not where we are from, so this was something different for us. I think it covers what they needed and most likely we may return. That amount of food took care of them. We need to go somewhere else for our meals later. This is a place where the kids will enjoy their lunch.
Their pastrami was not great. It was very fatty.They don't tell you that cheese is condiment - so don't order it first, it will be an add on. Everything else is fast-food good.
4 based on 31 reviews
Not your ripped hot dog with all the delicious cracks on the outside you often find at these New Jersey roadside hot dog stands. The hot dog was served on a fresh bun, just nothing spectacular as it is just a boiled hot dog.
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