Johnny Rockets

★★★★★
  • 1322 3rd Street Promenade A

    Santa Monica, CA 90401

    Map & Directions
  • 310-394-6362

About Johnny Rockets

Hours
Sun-Thu 8am-11pm, Fri 8am-12am, Sat 10:30am-12am

Food

Food
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Burgers here are pretty good. Not great, but if you need a fun place to eat with a group that's easy on the wallet and is a step above generic fast food this is your answer.

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★★★★★

Burgers here are pretty good. Not great, but if you need a fun place to eat with a group that's easy on the wallet and is a step above generic fast food this is your answer.

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The worst location ever! We were seated at the counter and the waitress took our order but never put it in. After we noticed that the cooks were just standing around and our food hasn't come out, we left!

3
★★★★★

The worst location ever! We were seated at the counter and the waitress took our order but never put it in. After we noticed that the cooks were just standing around and our food hasn't come out, we left!

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Good fun and nostalgia. They've got capped cooks and waiters, jukeboxes at the tables, and the kids get entertained by the waiters with ketchup art for their fries. Not the best food, but it's really good basic diner food the shakes are

3
★★★★★

Good fun and nostalgia. They've got capped cooks and waiters, jukeboxes at the tables, and the kids get entertained by the waiters with ketchup art for their fries. Not the best food, but it's really good basic diner food the shakes are

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Johnny Rockets is a chain of Retro fifties burger shops. Think thick shakes, greasy fries, and a juke box at your table. It's a little silly, but charming, too. They usually give you a few nickels to encourage you to put a song on the juke box, too. kitchy, but good food.

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★★★★☆

Johnny Rockets is a chain of Retro fifties burger shops. Think thick shakes, greasy fries, and a juke box at your table. It's a little silly, but charming, too. They usually give you a few nickels to encourage you to put a song on the juke box, too. kitchy, but good food.

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