Harry's is one of those 1970s-era burger joints whose only attempt at evolution has been adding Americanized ethnic dishes (gyros, teriyaki, Mexican) to an already-encyclopedic menu. The dish to order is the pastrami burger. Cooks take the basic Harry's burger-slightly toasted sesame bun, with enough char on the seeds to draw out their smokiness; grilled patty; crunchy iceberg lettuce; and too much Thousand Island dressing-and slap on pastrami bits. They're carefully shaved, each wispy, crunchy, salty.
Get the Things to Do Newsletter
Sign up for our weekly guide to events in Orange County, and never be bored again. With suggestions for every day of the week, our recommendations will keep you busy on any budget.
Mile for mile, the Garden Grove Freeway has more roadside attractions than any other major highway in Orange County. There’s the Crystal Cathedral, the massive inflatable gorilla that migrates from car dealer to car dealer as ...