Hackney's On Harms


1241 Harms Road Glenview, IL 60025
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  • Posted by mlsweeneySeptember 29, 2021

    I had the Original French Fried Onions for an appetizer and the Inside Out Burger for the main course. The Original French Fried Onion was decent but maybe a bit too thin for my liking. It felt like super-thin onion straws compared to a big blooming onion but it was still pretty good. The Inside Out Burger was excellent though. Cheddar and bacon inside the meat itself is the way to go. I got it with a pretzel bun too but the entire night was great and the atmosphere had a classic vibe. 8.2/10

  • Posted by Mike1395March 13, 2012

    Why would Guy go here? It's neither a diner, drive-in nor dive. It's just dated and bad.

  • Posted by Big ToolJuly 12, 2011

    We went to the Hackney's on Harms. This is one of the two Triple D locations that I had eaten at long before Guy Fieri started his show. This location has been in Glenview for, like, 400 years. Seriously, our burgers were good, but not "off the hook." Their onion brick is a somewhat unusual, but a good and greasy, variant of the fried onion-- more like fried onion straws than rings or an onion blossom. The place is also a tad pricey... $6 beers, $10 burgers, with smallish portions. The appeal for some will be the fact that the place is a local institution. The outdoor beer garden is nice place to spend a summer evening while the indoor seating is dark and woody, in a good way.  Overall we enjoyed our visit, and our server was freindly and attentive, but there are a lot of burger joints in the Chicago suburbs which are closer to home, just as good or better food-wise and cheaper. I've also been to the Palos Park location and its inferior to the Harms location in every respect. 

  • Posted by AnonymousJune 15, 2011

    Visited the location in Palos Park.  We were very, very disappointed.  The food was bland and flavorless--it tasted as though all of the cooks were on a salt-restricted diet.  Even the onion rings, or strips, or whatever were dull before being smothered in salt.  The service was slow and the atmosphere was not that of a dive; instead, it felt like the dining room of a nursing home sorely in need of a renovation.  Our first real disappointment among triple-D's.

  • Posted by AnonymousJune 05, 2011

    Best burger I've ever eaten!!!!!

  • Posted by MarkJune 02, 2011

    Food is good but nothing like other burger places around the area. To be honest, I would rather save the money and go to 5 guys burgers. Worth going to say you have been but nothing to write home about.

  • Posted by Chicago MikeApril 05, 2010

    This place is neither a diner, drive-in or dive.  It's just old and tired.  I agree with Grace.  I can see no reason why Hackney's made it onto Guy's show.

  • Posted by GraceMarch 16, 2010

    We live in the area and have gone there before, didn't think it was impressive enough to have as one of Guy's location reccomendation.

  • Posted by JennJanuary 11, 2010

    1/1/10 - Truth be known we actually visited the Printers Row location instead of Harm's.  Had the Hackney burger and a piece of cake.  Both delicious!

  • Posted by JasonJanuary 11, 2010

    Ehh, so so burger. I got the inside out burger and it was good but have had better at other joints listed here. (Nic's in OKC and Kuma Corner in Chicago)

  • Posted by JeremyNovember 13, 2009

    The onoin brick is different from anything you'll ever have and sooo good. The burgers are also different with the inside out burger and buffalo burger. Great food, home-style atmosphere and just a fun place to be.

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