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Johnny Rockets is a chain of retro-style diners.
All about Johnny Rockets
Johnny Rockets is a chain of diners that has a fun twist - 1950s inspired retro styling! That means lots of vintage Coca Cola ads, jukeboxes that you can pick the songs on, shiny silver and bright red accents, and cardboard cutouts of women from WWII days. Their menu is also a big draw for customers. They serve grilled ot order hamburgers that come wrapped in paper just like they would have back in the old days. They also have sandwiches like Philly cheesestakes, salads, floats and shakes, appetizers, kids' meals, and more!
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The history of Johnny Rockets
Johnny Rockets was founded in 1986 by Ronn Teitelbaum in Los Angeles, California. Today, there are over 320 Johnny Rockets locations worldwide. It's owned by Sun Capital Partners.
A few fun facts you (probably) didn't know about Johnny Rockets
Johnny Rockets is well known as being a place where you can enjoy a great burger and shake while taking in all the fun of the retro surroudings. But we bet there's lots you didn't know about this chain of restuarants! Read on to find out some fun facts about Johnny Rockets.
Their waiters at some locations sing and dance every 30 minutes! That's not at every location. But something that is is that they draw a smiley face with ketchup on the plates the French fries are served on.
The menu and concept was inspired by a restaurant in L.A. called The Apple Pan from 1947. It's still open today! The idea was also to re-create the vintage malt shops the founder, Ronn Teitelbaum, enjoyed when he was a kid.
They were featured on an episode of Undercover Boss in 2009!