When I stopped at Gross' last year I got the triple & fries special and I don't think I ate again until the next day, so this year I ordered a single cheeseburger because I was planning on hitting a couple of other spots. The burgers aren't all that big but they're good, and the guy who mans the grill (Paul, and I suspect he's a Paul Gross who's not the Canadian actor) gets nice crispy edges on the patties without drying them out:[URL='http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb109/Brad_Olson/Roadfood/0003.jpg']
Get there any way you can:
But if you don't care for the Marines you might want to get your burger elsewhere:
Just up the road a bit is Mike's Grill, where I had a cheeseburger about 30 minutes after finishing the one I got at Gross'. It was OK and it comes on a toasted bun, but if I had to choose I'd take a Gross' burger.