Come to Gunther Toody’s for Denver’s best diner food and keep reading to learn what was the first food eaten in outer space and more trivia.

If you’re looking for Denver’s best diner food than you better head over to Gunther Toody’s.  We’re serving all the American diner food favorites like burgers and fries, milkshakes, fried chicken, Yankee pot roast, Monte Cristo sandwiches, meatloaf, pancakes, French toast, and much more.  We celebrate the rich history of the American diner every day and you can experience this in our restaurants that are decked out in 1950’s memorabilia and décor.  Denver’s best diner food is also affordable for the whole family at Gunther Toody’s.  We’ve got great specials like 50 cent Burger Day every Wednesday and Free Kids Meal Monday.  Come visit us at one of our four locations if you want to experience Denver’s best diner food!

Here is some fun trivia to help you celebrate diner food!

1. What was the first American fast-food hamburger chain?

2. Which state is known as the “diner capital of the world?”

3. How many pounds of French fries does the average American eat every year?

4. Which state has named apple pie its official state pie?

5. Comfort Diner in New York City created the world’s largest milkshake.  How many gallons was this record breaking shake?

6. How many grilled cheese sandwiches do Americans eat every year?

7. How many pancakes were served at the World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast in Springfield, MA?

8. Where were potato chips invented?

9. What is the most popular meal ordered in U.S. restaurants?

10 The first time solid food was eaten in outer space was on Gemini 3.  What was it?

Scroll down for the answers!


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1. White Castle

2.  New Jersey

3. 16 pounds

4. Vermont

5. 6,000 gallons

6. A whopping 2,200,000,000 sandwiches!

7. 71,233 pancakes, enough to make a 2 mile high stack!

8. Saratoga Springs, New York, after a customer sent back their fries.

9.  Fried chicken

10. Astronaut John Young surprised fellow astronaut Virgil Grissom with a corned beef sandwich on rye, which had been purchased at a delicatessen in Cocoa Beach, Florida.