Charlie Clark's is a White Mountains legend; and to think of what it would have been like to dine there when Charlie owned it during the Depression makes one long for a time machine. It is certainly not the restaurant of old by any means, but it serves one of the better hamburgers I've had: substantial, well-priced, on a bun that doesn't fall apart so soon that you eat most of it with knife and fork instead. And the chips are amazing (fries aren't bad either). It's been a while since I've been for dinner and had the beef ribs but they used to be good as well. Yes, this is a touristy place in the summer especially; but it's a decent meal for a fair price. The thoughts of what the place must have been like years ago is just a bonus.