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14 DowntownCampusRESTAURANTS Fat Pattys Armed with a bevy of burgers Fat Pattys has built a loyal following since they first opened their doors in 2007. Try the Vampire Killer - loaded with garlic of course the Lava Patty - topped with grilled jalapenos hot cayenne cheese and plenty of spice and many more. The restaurant and sports bar also features a variety of sandwiches salads and wraps. In 2010 USA Today named Fat Pattys one of the 51 Great Burger Joints in the country. Theyre open daily lunch to late. Frostop Drive-In Once a national chain only a handful of classic Frostop Drive-Ins remain. Frostop is straight out of the 1950s with its trademark swirling root beer mug on the roof. Car hops bring frosty mugs of root beer to wash down a variety of hot dogs and sandwiches including hamburgers grilled chicken bar-b-que and more. Frostop also serves old-fashioned chocolate malts as well as root beer floats and other ice cream treats. Theyre open daily for lunch and dinner. Jims Steak and Spaghetti House In 1938 Jim Tweel opened what has become one of the most famous restaurants in the region Jims Steak and Spaghetti House. Jims has served celebrities such as Muhammad Ali Evel Knievel Bill Clinton and JFK. Smiling waitresses in white-starched uniforms fly by you with fast and friendly service straight out of the 60s bringing reasonably-priced diner dishes that range from burgers and fried haddock to their famous dinners of spaghetti and rib eye steak. Jims is open Tuesday through Saturday. They accept cash and checks only. Savannahs Inspired by the homey yet fine dining of the South Ava and John Bicknell transformed a historic 1903 home into one of the Tri-States most elegant and popular restaurants. Given the Five Diamond Award of 14