With a name such as theirs and being open 24/3 I surmised that Squat-N-Gobble was some kind of honky-tonk/dive bar. After reading other reviews here on TA, I kept wondering if they just had good food and had those extended hours to take advantage of the late night traffic headed to/from Savannah-HHI. We got there at the peak of Sunday brunch hours. There's no greeter, if there are no open tables be sure to put your name on the notepad hanging by the door. It's surprisingly small on the inside with a single, unisex bathroom (it was clean). The menu has a broad selection of breakfast items, usual diner fare (corn dogs, for instance) and also have a selection of coastal seafood items (ex. Shrimp and Grits). I somehow missed the scrapple on the menu, lest I would've ordered it. As it were, I had the "Big, Fat, Greek Hamburger" I think it was previously frozen which made my usual preference of having burgers med-rare a moot point. Even so, it was seasoned fair and served with chips and a pickle spear. The burger was standard off-the-food-service-truck, the BFG burger came with spinach and feta cheese which raised it from the depths of mediocrity. The service was good, even when they were busy. The prices were reasonable and the hours are tough to beat. It's worth your stop if you're in the area. Next time up there, I'm sure to have seafood for sure.