Today I was working on a couple of signs with my buddy of 30 years Joe Simeunovich and when we were done it was lunch time.
As soon as Joe and I stepped in we were sent back to our youth when 33 1/3 Record Albums were in their heyday, the walls were adorned with both actual LP’s and their covers.
That was a time when having records were really kewl because of the original art that was on them, not to mention extras like lyrics or more pictures of the band etc.
Really Kewl that Diamonds names their burgers after recording and Hollywood stars
Joe went for the Phili Cheese Steak and I gave the Sinatra Burger a go.
Joe Said the Phili Cheese Steak was really good on par with another place that we visit a lot in Whitby called Big Boys, but yet this version is different than the way that Big Boys makes theirs.
Not that either one is not as good, both great just different.
On to my Sinatra Burger
The burger has loads of mushrooms and lots of melted cheese, and other toppings of your choice.
The only downside was that they did not show the toppings in front of you so a little harder to decide what to put on it, Guess I am use to seeing all of the toppings at places like the Big Boys or Patty Shack.
The ingredients were very fresh including the huge bun which you can see how soft it was by how my thumb is almost engulfed by it.
The above picture is a little blurry sorry about that.
The meat was perfectly cooked, just a little pink inside and very tasty for sure.
As I mentioned the bun was huge, perhaps a slightly larger patty or smaller bun would of been better, but you could not beat the freshness of either.
The fries had the skin still on which I prefer and were cooked nicely, the home-style gravy delicious.
Neither Joe or I were able to finish our meals, they gave us huge portions, and after were were both satisfied and feeling good after a great lunch.
I love that you can get the retro sodas like the Lime Pop Shoppe Pop that was so popular in that time period of the 70′s and 8o’s
I can still fondly remember the cool TV Ads featuring Eddie Shack of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the late 70′s
We would both come back again for sure and we really need to also check out the other location in downtown Oshawa (10 Bond Street) where they also serve an All Day Breakfast and also have an All You Can Eat Buffet!