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Eddie’s Grill Cheeseburger – Geneva On The Lake

Posted by LOTGK on May 28, 2010

Eddie's Grill Menu

Eddie’s Grill, Iconic restaurant located at Geneva-On-The-Lake is of course my choice for dinner while visiting there. Eddie’s Grill is always busy so be prepared for a pleasantly happy crowd. There is plenty of seating but most are usually taken. I was lucky to get a counter bar stool. The waitress took my order and after five minutes, it was delivered.

Cheeseburger - Foot Long - Fries

While waiting for my own order, I took in the ambiance of Eddie’s Grill. The cooks in white paper hats, the waitresses shouting out orders to the cooks, workers hustling around, cleaning tables and bringing out food. it was a scene right out of a 1950’s hamburger diner. And yes, there were plenty of “Fonzies” there.

Anyway, I ordered the cheeseburger, fries, and a foot long hot dog. My order was correct of course. It was on time, and fresh. The cheeseburger may have been the best I have ever tasted. And I have had plenty of them. The fries were hot, well cooked, and plentiful. I ordered the foot long as well just because. (When in Rome)

As you can see by the lighted menu board, the cheeseburger was $3.60, the fries were $2.45, and the foot long was $3.60 which are very good prices for the quality and quantity of food served.

My next update will be Eddie’s Grill rival, Time Square Restaurant, just a little ways down the parkway. I will match up item per item in taste, cost, service, and quantity, and quality. Who will win, check back in several days to find out.

The Grassy Knoll Institute scores 5 out of 5 shots and recommends Eddie’s Grill for lunch and dinner.

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20 Responses to “Eddie’s Grill Cheeseburger – Geneva On The Lake”

  1. Max Jackl said

    Sounds like Arnolds from happy days. Do they have drive in seating with girls on roller skates?

    • LOTGK said

      No, no drive in with girls on roller skates, but that would be cool. It does look like the classic diners from the 50’s. It was built in 1950 something, so there you go.

  2. Gumby said

    I still think the Purgatory theory on Lost sucks. :)
    Eddie’s is a great place, great food, great diner.

  3. freaksmack said

    mmm… real slovenian sausage with horseradish… mmm

    • LOTGK said

      I have not had that from the menu, but just about everything else, including their pizza. The root beer is pretty darn good as well.

  4. This place reminds me a bit of some of the restaurants back home in the Fifties. One of these that still is a going concern in El Paso is Chico’s Tacos. They have their floating tacos, I think that they call them flautas, and they float in a green chili salsa. But the more interesting one is their hotdog. It consists of a couple of wieners sliced kind of butterfly style into quarters. These are fried to a nice brown and put on a hamburger bun. They are then topped with slice onion and chili beans. Make my mouth water just thinking about it. Too bad I can only find in back home in El Paso!

  5. Moominboy said

    Ooh sausage with horseradish is great indeed.

    I’d love to experience such a classic 1950s American diner. Not many of them here in Europe, only seen them on the TV. And I know that you have wide experience with burgers so that burger really must have been something!

    • LOTGK said

      Truly, it was one of the best cheeseburgers I have tasted. The 1950’s atmosphere was merely an added bonus. And the prices were very reasonable.

  6. Valdunagan said

    You have a couple of eddies grill posts. You must really like it. The question is, is eddies better than gia’s restaurant? LOL

    • LOTGK said

      Eddie’s Grill has been a haunt of mine for over 40 years. Of course there will be a few posts about it. As for Gia’s, one is was more than enough.

  7. 5H559M said

    See, thats what I’m talkin bout. Eddie’s Grill is the best cheeseburger bar none. I wish they stayed open all year long. They will be closing ina couple of weeks so hurry now and get them while you can.

  8. Joan Keil said

    As a child – late 4o’s, early 50’s I remember a footlong hotdog -split down the middle, grilled and served on a toasted or grilled bun. I dislike boiled hotdog,at least it looks like yours are grilled.

  9. Jill said

    My husband’s family is from this area. We hit the Eddie’s about once a summer. I always dress 50’s “retro”. So, one night when I was sitting in Eddie’s in a vintage dress w/ saddle shoes. It waS REALLY freaking people out. Like it was a time warp/Twilight Zone/etc. The decor and vibe is really stuck at about 1955 and I love it! lol Oh yeah- and we also had our ’62 Mercury parked in front of the place!!

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