Dives are refreshing; generally unpretentious, neither workers nor patrons harbor any delusional culinary expectations - in short, it is what it is. Hiram's Roadstand in Fort Lee is a veritable dive, and one that holds its ground as a revered tubular meat institution.
Last week, on our way back from Robbins & Franke, Mr. Hot and I couldn't resist the lure of Hiram's old school signage. We pulled off Palisades Avenue and into the lot that seemed to have more luxury vehicles than motorcycles and pick-up trucks. We walked in, determined it was a seat yourself establishment, and saddled up to the counter.Read More