About this Business
From Our Editors
A few things remain unchanged from the '80s. You still can't put Baby in a corner. It still takes a bolt of lightning to send a DeLorean back in time. Bacon is still the world's most delicious food—as well as cinema's most rebellious dancer. Such is the founding philosophy of The Breakfast Club Diner, a haven for 1980s nostalgia. The restaurant's walls are lined with movie posters, album covers, and other cultural mementos from the era—plus a modern mural where characters from Star Wars hang out at the beach off Coast Highway with the Dukes of Hazzard and other pop icons.
Despite the '80s theme, the menu is that of a quintessential Americana diner, and dishes up all the classics, such as ribbon-cut hash browns served alongside four-egg omelets, scramblers, and country-fried steak and eggs. Those hash browns also form the base of the diner's signature skillets, which layer ingredients such as the Athenian's diced gyro meat, feta cheese, and sautéed veggies. The diner's signature Crunchy Munchy french toast serves toast slices coated with frosted flakes alongside whipped cream and fresh fruit. Beyond the flapjacks and breakfast burritos, the chefs also grill burgers and assemble french dip sandwiches, rueben sandwiches, salads, and burgers for lunch.