It’s a cheery spot, highlighted by an incredible oyster bar and one of the most-extensive draft beer menus around.
Ahh, this is what the ideal bar burger should taste like. Featured a few years back as the best burger in Pennsylvania, Royal’s Angus burger features bacon, caramelized onions, smoked Gouda and spicy long hot peppers and chile mayo on a seeded brioche bun.
“Hamburgers – the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast” – Jules Winnfield, Pulp Fiction.
Step into Charlie’s and you’re stepping back in time – 1935 to be exact, when Charlie’s opened and probably last decorated. The prices are a throwback as well. It’s tough to spend more than ten bucks here.