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Remembering Happy Days and Arnold’s Drive In

We’ve been thinking a lot recently about the heyday of the American diner and drive in – the 1950’s. This was a truly happy time in American; we were actually thrilled to be moving to the suburbs, kids played outside freely, and doors were always left unlocked. No...

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Who was Gunther Toody?

Who was Gunther Toody?

Gunther Toody’s was named after one of the two hilarious police officers in the short-lived but ever-popular TV sitcom “Car 54 Where Are You”. Played by Joe E. Ross, Toody was a somewhat dim-witted but amiable officer known for exclaiming “oooh oooh” at least once in...

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How Do I Choose a Kid Friendly Restaurant?

So you are traveling with children and are looking for someplace to eat, but don't want to bring them into a restaurant that is more adult oriented. It needs to be a more kid friendly restaurant, with many choices on the menus and other activities that can keep them...

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Finding Family Friendly Restaurants

When parents are dining out with their kids, it’s important they find family friendly restaurants. However finding a restaurant to please and accommodate an entire household can be a daunting task. More importantly, searching for family friendly restaurants doesn’t...

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History of The Classic American Diner

The classic American diner is a cultural icon. Today, most people associate the diner with its streamlined, silver bullet, art deco period or the chrome, checker board and vinyl glitz of its baby boom heyday. However, the diner began as a horse drawn lunch wagon. Its...

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A Burger and a Milkshake

If you are in the Denver area and you have a hankering for a good, old fashioned style burger and a milkshake, be sure to try Gunther Toody’s Diner! Here, you will feel like you have been sent back in time to the wonderful era of the 1950’s. With a classic atmosphere,...

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Old Fashioned Burgers and Sandwiches

When you are on the hunt for a classic American meal, like old fashioned burgers and sandwiches, there is nowhere better to go than Gunther Toody's. This is a 1950's style diner that serves everything you have come to expect from these types of establishments. At...

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