Johnny Rockets on Mt. Diablo Blvd..
This Johnny Rocket's location has closed. One day they were open, the next the sign was gone, the furniture was gone, and they were gone. Too bad, but this location didn't get enough foot ttraffic.
A neon-lit trip back to the Eisenhower era comes with burgers, shakes and fries.. In Short Vintage Coca-Cola ads and posters of Life magazine covers succinctly summon up the 1950s, as do this diner's mini-jukeboxes, red vinyl counter stools and sock-hopping staff. Besides fast food staples like hot dogs, cheeseburgers, tuna melts and onion rings, options like the Streamliner (a grilled veggie patty) acknowledge more modern dietary concerns. Even better for kids, sandwiches come wrapped in paper jackets and nearly everything is served on paper plates. No spills. No breaks. No tears.
A very disappointing experience - indifferent service, greasy grilled onions, rather tasteless hamburger. And not cheap, either. We know it is tough to beat In 'n' Out Burger for taste, quality, service and price. Sorry to say Johnny Rockets doesn't come close. Give it a miss, in my personal opinion.