1950s ephemera decorate Gunther Toody's eight Colorado locations, lending an extra boost of Americana to plates of classic diner food such as burgers and meatloaf. The menu even draws its inspiration from American pop culture of yore, with Elvis fries, burgers named for Howdy Doody, and Big Bopper breakfasts served on platters of chantilly lace. Classic ice-cream treats including shakes, malteds, and black cows help lead each meal to a suitably sweet conclusion.
Owners Doug and Pam Trondson keep the modest café true to its original roots by serving home-cooked meals with a friendly flair. House favorites pad stomachs with rich, bone-sticky basics. Try the ranchman's breakfast ($7.89) with ham, two eggs, and all-you-can-eat pancakes. The breakfast burrito burrows kicky meats, eggs, and cheese inside a flour tortilla and comes with your choice of toast or three-dollar pancakes ($5.99). Since humans love fries, midday nibbles, from clubs ($6.59) to tuna melts ($5.99) to grilled-cheese sandwiches ($5.29), are served with fries, soup, or salad.
Sheldon's Luncheonette has been in business since the mid 1970's. With a classic diner atmosphere, healthy portions, and friendly staff we are sure that you will feel welcome from the moment you walk in the door!
We take great pride in our homemade recipes and are certain you will leave satisfied and anxious to return!
Though many of North End Diner's recipes are straight from owner Jackie's own mother, the 50-year-old diner has also adapted to changing times. Though the menu now includes locally sourced Callicrate beef burgers and several gluten-free items, twangy vintage guitars still blare from the jukebox and hand-scooped shakes clatter onto tables. In the dining room, the aromas of baking meatloaf and simmering gravy make guests feel at home and mashed potatoes feel extremely nervous. A daily blue-plate lunch special arrives within 10 minutes of ordering, and at the fully stocked bar, diners question servers about North End's live jam sessions.