Port of Call
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Port of Call information
The Port of Call burger is legendary. The meat is unadulterated and, well, meaty, like umami condensed into a patty. Then there’s the baked potato on the side, buckling under the weight of sour cream, butter and bacon bits, all served in a 1960s-ish Polynesian tiki bar setting. Be prepared to wait outside in long lines for a seat (no reservations).