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The Burger Joint Restaurant Review: As its name implies, this place is a joint, with counter service and crowded tables and folks lined up for a seat. Its no-frills décor suits the price point as well, for you can eat hefty burgers with fries (even from sweet potatoes) and onion rings for not much more than $10. You can ratchet up the price, however, by adding on a shake or selecting the seasonal lobster roll instead of one of the burgers. Tasty is the Greek ground lamb burger and the Triple D, topped with smoked bacon and a fried egg. For the calorie conscious, a good choice is the ahi burger. Desserts are at a minimum: just cookies and brownies. After all, the name of the game is “burger” and that’s why you stop in. Other locations.