My wife and I used to frequent this place on a weekly basis. It's 50's diner decor is great; the inside is spotless and the owners owned our favorite steak place on the coast, High Cotton Grill (the location for Bob's was where High Cotton originally was before moving). Their burgers were cooked to order right in front of you and were some of the best quality burgers I've ever had.
A few months ago, things started to change. First, they closed down High Cotton (why, I'll never know...the place had a wait from Thursday to Monday because it was packed and a great restaurant) and they shuffled some of that workstaff into Bob's. Service got a little slower. Prices went up about a $1 or so a burger. Going from $20 for yourself, your wife, and a small kids meal to $25 is not insignificant.
They also expanded their menu which is my primary issue. They were a very focused restaurant. They served their burgers, chicken sandwiches, Nathan's hotdogs (amazing), wings, and shakes. That was it; real diner food. Then they started adding po-boys....then fried seafood...then grilled fish sandwiches...and now they've added breakfast. Their menu is now larger than most sitdown restaurants I've been to. The service has gotten even slower, the quality of food has gone down (the last two burgers I've had were still better than a regular fast food chain, but not more impressive than a Back Yard Burger or Chili's burger).
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