Posts Tagged ‘hamburgers’
Today was a dreary day here in the lower Hudson Valley, so, of course we decided to take another one of our famous “day-trip” adventures! As you will remember, we already visited Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, CT (one of America’s best Hamburger places according to the Travel Channel) so next on our list was the All American Drive-In in Massapequa, NY.
Simple and to the point, the hamburgers here are truly “all American” – do you want fries or onion rings with your burger? I had the basic cheeseburger (and yes, American cheese is the only option) and fries and loved it!
After our famous hamburger lunch we decided to drive further out on the island. We headed for Fire Island and to my surprise, cars are not permitted during peak season. Okay so I’ve lived in Westchester County my entire life, heard a great deal of wonderful things about Fire Island, just not the fact that cars are not allowed. So with that said, my “wondering” mind wants to know how do you get groceries out to your vacation house on Fire Island-do you bring them on the ferry?
So while we were “out-and-about” in Long Island we also drove through Babylon, Islip, Bayshore and more. We had a great dinner at Horace & Sylvia’s in Babylon(we unfortunately didn’t get out own picture of this great place). We would highly recommend this place when passing through Babylon.
That’s was our “day-trip” today – next on our list of famous hamburger places is World’s Famous Ted’s Restaurant in Meridian, CT.
I was watching The Travel Channel a few months back and they were featuring the best hamburgers in America.
You may recall from my previous blog(s) that I love our special “day-trip”! Back on February 7th, the temperature was warm; it felt like a Spring day, so off we went. My fiancé and I took a drive to New Haven, CT to the famous Louis’ Lunch. Located on 261-263 Crown Street, the hamburger was as delicious as they described on television-we were not disappointed. Next we intend on driving to Massapequa, NY to visit the All American Drive-In!
Hmmm, if the Travel Channel would only do the best desserts in America we would be set!