DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) -- Customers at the Minute Grill call the food an addiction.
"I know when you eat one, you can't stop, you got to have two or three, I know I do," said Herbert McClinton who drives to Dublin from Jeffersonville for his burger and hotdog fix.
The restaurant opened in 1963 and is your All American hamburger joint.
"It's one of a kind," said owner Donna Shinholster Kennedy.
The hotdogs are 4-year-old Haleigh Jones' favorite for lunch.
Regular customer Richard Wynn claims the chili cheese dog.
"It's the best to me," said Wynn.
Mother and daughter Annette and Donna Shinholster have spent nearly 50 years perfecting the menu at Minute Grill.
"Hamburgers and hotdogs, homemade chili, homemade fries, everybody loves our homefries," said Donna.
Her mother Annette says the mini-burgers are the best in town.
Al Rhodes who stops by the Minute Grill at least once a week recommends getting the burgers "all the way."
"They're not good if they're not all the way," said Rhodes.
The next time you've only got sixty seconds to spare, the Minute Grill promises to have you covered.
The Minute Grill is located at 106 E. Jackson Street in downtown Dublin.
Minute Grill Hamburger Recipe:
100% ground beef
Mayo, mustard, ketchup, diced onions
Roll small handfuls of beef into balls, press into patties, and fry in canola oil until done
Serve on mini buns