Famed British musical group The Beatles dined at the Burbank Bob's Big Boy® location during the 1965 U.S. Summer Tour.
Their HELP album was released in the U.S. on August 13th of that year. Big hits included "Yesterday" and "Ticket to Ride."
Finding time after their second appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show and their landmark Shea Stadium concert, the FAB 4 requested to dine at a real American diner. Bob's Big Boy® of Burbank was lucky enough to fill this need and be a part of Beatlemania.
Many regulars and tourists alike request "The Beatles Booth."
Don’t be suprised if it’s not available. Customers from around the world have waited hours to sit in the booth.
However, with over 5,000 square feet of dining space (including our outside patio) and seating capacity for 166 persons, we promise there’s plenty of delicious spots to enjoy a world famous Big Boy®.
"The table is the last booth on the right, where the end of the windows facing Riverside Drive stop. A plaque at the booth describes the event. The plaque has been stolen many times by fans (and has been replaced each time)."