It doesn't take more than a few seconds after you enter this tucked away little storefront to realize this place has history.
It isn't Nick, anymore. Some people believe the gray bearded man is Jolly Nick, but it turns out he is named Jim. If you ask a little more, you will soon learn that Jim has a son who owns Jolly Nick's and he does the cooking, etc.
This place makes Nathan's look silly. The quality of the food and the bond I have found with Jolly Nick's surpasses my expectations.
Eat locally and find this hideout asap. You might end up switching from pizza on Fri. night to Hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken dishes.
Open Monday-Saturday. I don't remember if they open at 10.00 or 11.00. I'm pretty sure it's 11.00.