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Pacific Southwest Region Events

    • 07/18/2020
    • 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • Burbank, CA
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    Join the Cadillac V-Club for our 3rd Quarter meet 'n greet cruise event on Saturday, July 18, 2020 in Burbank, CA.
       After lunch, we will take short cruise up Angeles Crest Highway at approximately 1:30 PM.

    All Cadillac V-Club members who reside in the Los Angeles area are invited to join us for a meal compliments of the Cadillac V-Club.  Members with a Single membership may bring guests and the guest fee must be paid in advance at time of your RSVP registration.

    V-Club members with a family membership will not be charged a guest fee for their immediate family members. Cadillac V-Series owners who are prospective V-Club members are also welcome to join us at this event.  Guest fee policy applies to prospective members and their guests.  Payment is due in advance at time of registration.

    RSVP registration is mandatory to attend this event by registering yourself and the number of guests that will be attending with you.  Social distancing guidelines apply to this event.

    MEET 'N GREET LUNCH LOCATION - 12:30PM
    Bob's Big Boy
    4211 W Riverside Drive
    Burbank, CA 91505


    ABOUT Bob's Big Boy


    In 1936, Bob Wian sold his car for $300 and bought a ten-stool lunch stand called "The Pantry." He then changed the name to "Bob's Pantry."

    One late night, a regular customer asked for something "different." Bob split the bun twice through the middle, creating a middle bun, added two burger patties and the rest is history. The "Double-Deck Hamburger" was invented.

    But the name came from a chubby 6-year-old doing odd jobs at the time by the name of Richard Woodruff. One day Bob forgot his name and called out "Hey, Big Boy." Something clicked and a name was born: Bob's Big Boy®

    The Burbank location for Bob's® restaurant was built in 1949 by local residents Scott MacDonald and Ward Albert, and is the oldest remaining Bob’s Big Boy® in America.

    It was designed by renowned architect Wayne McAllister, incorporating the 1940's transitional design of streamline modern style while anticipating the free-form 50's coffee shop architecture.

    The towering Bob's® sign is an integral part of the building design and its most prominent feature. The restaurant was honored, receiving the designation as a "Point of Historical Interest" by the state of California.

    The current owner, the MacDonald Family, acquired control of the restaurant in 1993 and began to restore it to its past glory.

    An exterior patio was added; the tower sign was rehabilitated; the dining room was remodeled; "Car Hop" service was re-introduced on Saturday and Sunday nights; and on Friday nights a “Classic Car Show” reverberates in the parking lot. It is the oldest Big Boy in the country and classic car lovers from all around Los Angeles gather there every Friday for a trip down nostalgia lane.

    Many resources were spent to restore the quality of food, service, and hospitality which made Bob's® a tradition and your meal the very best value in Southern California.



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