Mister Steer Review
Why mess with a winning formula? The juicy Steer burgers here are old-school 1950's style fare, and you can order one plain or with cheese and bacon, served slightly saignant (rare). Get a side of "Suzie Q" fries for a curly treat. Locals have been eating at this unpretentious spot in the downtown shopping area since 1958; in fact, the decor—orange vinyl booths included—seems to have remained unchanged since then. Mister Steer is especially convenient if you're heading to one of the nearby movie theaters. For a full Happy Days effect, order one of their delicious milkshakes to accompany your burger and fries. They're also open for breakfast 7 days a week.