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All American Burger

4286 Merrick Rd. Massapequa, NY 516-798-9574

All American Hamburger on Merrick Road in Massapequa

(Credit: Photo by Allison Davis O'Keefe)

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Type: Burgers Special features: Outdoor Seating Price range: $ (Inexpensive) Description:

Burgers, franks, fries and thick shakes (all the after-beach food groups) are accounted for at this much-beloved stand with a few outdoor tables.

Keep those beach chairs accessible when packing the car after your beach session ends. People have been known to tailgate in the All-American parking lot during busy times in the summer when the few tables and benches are full.

And if you order something other than the double-double or double-header, go back to the register and start again. No trip to All-American is complete without eating their burgers. The fries are quite explosive, too.

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Season: Year-round Parking: Shares parking lot with ice cream store
A classic meal at All American Hamburger in

A classic meal at All American Hamburger in Massapequa - a double double, large fries and chocolate shake. (Dec. 20, 2010) (Credit: Photo by Allison Davis O'Keefe)

Burgers, franks, fries and thick shakes (all the after-beach food groups) are accounted for at this much-beloved stand with a few outdoor tables. Keep those beach chairs accessible when packing the car after your beach session ends. People have been known to tailgate in the All-American parking lot during busy times in the summer when the few tables and benches are full. And if you order something other than the double-double or double-header, go back to the register and start again. No trip to All-American is complete without eating their burgers. The fries are quite explosive, too. 

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