RE: Pat's Hubba Hubba
I've been going to Pat's HH since it was on the hill coming up from Port Chester in the late 1960s. Pat is not much in physical evidence at the HH, choosing to spend time at Pat's Diner about a mile away. The basic food has not changed at all. Stay away from the meatballs; they've been lousy since Pat's mother died. The chili dogs and Texas burgers (make sure they remember the raw onions) continue to shine. The old place looked like a dump. The place on Seaside is tarted up to look like a chain 1950s burger joint. Don't be fooled, it's still the real deal. They have expanded the menu, but if I want chicken, I'd rather cook it myself or go to Smokey Joe's, a smoke pit about a mile from Pat's on the Post Road (U.S. 1) at the Stamford/Darien line. I haven't seen this one on Roadfood yet, either.