THE AUTHENTIC AMERICAN DINER
In the past decade there has been a revival in interest in diners. Though fast food chains replaced many of them in the 60s, diners are now considered a classic example of American cultural history. Fifties-style diners, in particular, have become no less than museums depicting, what is considered by many, the richest of all eras.
The trademarks of a classic American diner, undoubtedly, include: chrome interior, homemade desserts, mouthwatering comfort food, and a down-to-earth fine dining experience conveyed through the friendliness of the servers.
Bob's stands out against any regional attempt to portray a genuine American diner experience. Originally established in Glendale, California in the 1950's, Bob's Diner has been considered significant to American history, culture, and architecture; and merits recognition and preservation; and it is now being restored to its past glory in Lebanon. The founder, Bob Wian, had, in fact, created the "Big Boy" as the first double-deck burger; the double-decker that no other than McDonald's later introduced as the famous 'Big Mac'.
What, primarily, puts Bob's Easy Diner on top of its game, is its authenticity in delivering a fine American diner experience that existed in the 50s. This notion is rather understated in others' efforts to carry on such an experience.
It is fair to say that Bob's serves the best burgers in town. Not only is it privileged to have the "Daddy of all Burgers" on its burgers selection, it is also known to superiorly grill its quality patties, as if prepared on your backyard. Everything else on the menu is nothing short of amazing.