The Jackson Hole Diner opened its doors (New York City) in 1972; more recently the diner opened a New Jersey location in Englewood. The diner is famous for its 7 oz burgers, but I’m personally drawn to their “Bronco” Chicken sandwich with melted blue cheese, bacon, lettuce, and tomato. The sandwich roll is toasted and buttered, but I think the real secret is the 24-hour marinated chicken breast (the owner told me the marinade is a secret, however he then proceeded to say the chicken is marinated in lemon juice, olive oil, oregano, and steak sauce!).
If you’re in NJ or NYC any time soon, go and have a burger or, better yet, a chicken sandwich.