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If you have a yen for Mexican fare, then try Don Cuco Mexican Restaurant when in downtown Burbank. Their authentic menu is a result of a collection of family recipes handed over through generations. You will find Yucatan specialties that will tickle your taste buds. Dig into fajitas, grilled delights, seafood and burritos. They have a separate menu for kids who are 12 and under. Round it off with decadent desserts. Complement your meal with margaritas.
Yummy Cupcakes offers delicious gourmet cupcakes. This charming store has a lot of traditional and exotic flavors, from chocolate to apple martini cupcakes. The store is very small and there's no place to sit and eat your cupcake inside, but there's plenty of parking to take your cupcake on the go. Although the website shows a lot of types, the store won't have every flavor, but they'll have at least two traditional and two unusual cupcakes every day.
Locals trek to Coral Cafe day and night for the wide selection of inexpensive food. Open 24 hours, it is the perfect for lunch or stopping by after a night at the bars or clubs. The simple layout and sparse decorations may not add to the ambiance, but it creates a mom-and-pop feel. Make sure to order the tortilla soup, topped with a mound of cheese, it's simply one of the best soups in the city. Coral Cafe also has a great breakfast menu.
Bea Bea’s serves homespun American breakfasts, lunches, and coffee all day. It’s a casual and light-filled place with a reputation miles around Burbank for its massive breakfast menu. There are some surprises on a menu full of staid classics. Consider ordering the green tea monster pancakes, Thai tea pancakes, and the Sicilian scramble. Come early for brunch, grab a counter seat, and take part in the American tradition of ordering a healthy stack of pancakes.
The flagship of this charming chain looks and feels as good as ever. Designated as a State Point of Historical Interest, this is the first Bob's Big Boy! Take a moment to admire the huge Big Boy statue before you head inside this child-friendly spot. Enjoy classic American diner food that feels like the type of dishes Fonzie would approve of. There is even car-hop service on the weekends. Friday night brings loads of car enthusiasts showing off their hotrods.
Walk in and a statue of Elvis greets you at this 1950s-style diner. Place your order and to your left a flirtatious Betty Boop statue and a jukebox where you can drop a few quarters for some 1950s music. Breakfast is served all day, plus you can order burgers, fries, shakes, salads, and more. Plus every Friday is Cruise Night, when vintage hot rods and classic cars line the parking lot. Eat inside or place your order at that old fashion drive-through.