Sometimes only a burger will do. To break up the monotony of burger meals, I tried a garlic mushroom burger. Our aunt decided to try the Mexican burger with Ortega chile. My husband was more traditional. There were no leftovers!
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Ask Aderah! Yes, Yes, I strolled into that 60 & 70 looking Restaurant and enjoyed the food. I had to send it back to Luis (manager) to replaced, but he made this be-bopping sister dance. I loved the oldies look and the young handsome manager...More
The burgers are juicy and fresh. The customer service was excellent. The atmosphere was beyond what you would want. Will definately be back.
This is a wonderful "Back to the Future" type of place. It was a dilapidated old building and has recently been "re-built" into a brand new "old fashioned diner" type of place. The food is old fashioned and you get great hamburgers and fries and...More
It was fun to step back in time with the wife. Food was what you would expect of a diner and the price was reasonable. Loved the decor and oldies music. Kept waiting for Marty McFly and Biff to walk through the door. Don't drive...More
We headed into Lenny's with 4 adults and 9 kids under the age of 8. Lenny's handled us beautifully. We did see a few patrons look at our brood and leave, sorry Lenny's. We had burgers, milkshakes, hot dogs, pop, french fries, all the classics!...More
What brought me in was the sign on the window that said they serve Thrifty brand ice cream. What we found were good hamburgers, great hot dogs (order the jumbo), delicious chili fries, and the best soft serve ice cream around (it's vanilla colored -...More