Yes, as in that Bob’s Big Boy. Though the original in Glendale was demolished years ago, Burbank’s 60-year-old location lives on as the oldest Big Boy in America - and it’s overflowing with entertainment history. Sure, you’ll come here for a double-decker burger and a milkshake, but you really just want to sit in the same booth where The Beatles sat in 1964 and blast the experience on social media.
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