Who remembers Bob’s Big Boy on Treat Blvd. in Concord? It was located on Treat at Bel Air Dr., where Huckleberry’s is now located.
The site closed in the 90s, and eventually turned into CoCo’s restaurant.
Bob’s Big Boy still has over 60 restaurants in the United States, and 274 in Japan.
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I’ll pay for everybody’s meal at that price!
OMG…the waitresses were some of the most friendly servers we ever had. Always good comfort food.
yum, was a fav
I do! … wish they were back with the same good service they had… every place since then – service has been their downfall imho
The last time there was any decent food in that building.
Yummmm, hot fudge sunday cake on date night!
Never in my life have I eaten at a Bob’s Big Boy, not sure I have even seen one (and I am not a yute). Hope to pass by one eventually, just to give it a shot. Of course, I am sure it is much different today than it was even 20 years ago, with all the new regulations put into place, and, how our taste buds/food tolerance change as we age. Like the fried fish dinner in the ad, 25 years ago, bet I could have eaten 3-4 servings of those. Now, significant unpleasant consequences, but boy does that sound tasty.
spent a lot of time at Bob’s Big Boy dated several of the girls that worked there.
Huckleberries has excellent food we freak with that place every week sometimes a couple times, and if I had to compare the food from Bob’s Big boy to Huckleberry’s the knod by far goes to Huckleberries.
Growing up, I loved Shoney’s Big Boy. Everything was good, but my go-to was always the Big Boy, onion rings, and strawberry pie. Unfortunately, Shoney’s stopped being a Big Boy Franchise before my kids were born. So when we moved to Concord, I was delighted to be able to take them to Bob’s, and they loved it as much as I did.
Going to Bobs was a special night out with our 4 kiddos ! Always had to ask for crackers to keep the kids happy while we waited for the food. Great memories!
I think it was the Clayton Valley HS Senior class of ’79 or ’80 that grabbed the little statue from the front door and hung it up a hundred feet in the sky on the KVHS radio antenna at school as a “senior prank”. I don’t believe the little dude was harmed in the process and he was returned to Bob’s a couple days later. From then on, he was chained to a bolt on the floor in the restaurant atrium.
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