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Step back into the 1960's and surround yourself with memorabilia that has been passed down from owner to owner that will bring you back to the Good Ol' Days that were known as the 60’s.
USD 2 - USD 30
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
American, Cafe, Diner
Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 7 October 2020 via mobile

Generic American food. Nothing you can't get at any other restaurant. Sever was kinda rude. We got the impression, they just wanted to close up for the day, even though we were there an hour before close. We felt rushed to leave. Didn't even get...a goodbye. She just took the money and glared at us from the register. Didapointing for our first meal in Lincoln City. You can't always trust Yelp.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 9 September 2020

We come here every time we come to Lincoln City. My grankids loved the milkshakes and the curly fries. My mom and I split the Elvis burger...Plenty big to do that.....They have a boozy milkshake selection that we will try next time we go...

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed 31 August 2020 via mobile

45 minutes to get a club sandwich. Seating area was only half full. No excuse. HOWEVER it was worth it. People are very very friendly.

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 28 August 2020

Worst experience. 2 tables came in after and ordered after us. One table received their food, ate and paid... still no food. 2nd table was getting food and we got nothing. Waiter kept saying new people cooking. Finally got my sons clam chowder and it...was sour. After 35 minutes, I asked for the bill for the sodas and we went to McDonald's.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 27 August 2020

We were hungry not having had breakfast before leaving for the coast. We googled for a nearby cafe and saw the 60's Diner and from past experience with oldie themed restaurants, thought it would be a good choice. Wrong. We haven't been going out since...the pandemic so wasn't on top of our mask wearing and forgot to put them on. Nothing was said to us when they should have told us to please put the on until seated to eat. Yes, there was a paper flyer on the door but we didn't see it until leaving since one of my granddaughters had arrived to the door and opened before we got to it. I know it's our responsibility to wear our masks but it's theirs to refuse entry until we have them on. We were seated in a booth with padding that had become worn, pulled away from the hard bench and not comfortable but figured with the seating issues, it's what they had so we didn't complain. It took a few minutes and another server came for our drink order. (It was not busy in there.) My son and I asked for coffee and bring plenty of sugar and creamer. My granddaughters asked for orange juice and chocolate milk. The coffee came with a basket that held one creamer, no sugar, just the pink artificial stuff. We had to ask several times for more sugar and creamer plus silverware. We had nothing to stir the coffee with. Finally, someone else came over and we asked her and she seemed put out. Maybe she was overtired but a sigh wasn't the right answer. The food came and my granddaughters had no way to cut their waffle and pancakes. We asked twice for a knife and never got one. One granddaughter tore hers up with her hands and my son cut my other granddaughter's with his fork. My Beach Boys meal was not worth the $12 listed (the web site has it as $11.) The ham was tiny and fatty, bread was small like the cheap off brand and they only brought two little butters for everyone even after asking for more. I was told they had no jelly. My son ordered the King Elvis and his eggs were not cooked as asked and the portions didn't fit the $11 price (web has listed as $10.) I had to flag someone down just to get more coffee and again the server seemed put out. At the bottom of their menu, it said for fresh fish to visit the Pub Fish & Chips. I assume they are owned or partnered together so we said we'd avoid them but did wind up there in the evening which I reviewed in another and why. If you want a good breakfast, read yelp, TripAdvisor and other reviews first.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 28 July 2020

This diner had an outdoor seating area which was perfect. The day was sunny and warm. We had my dog with us and they allowed dogs on the patio. The food was outstanding and cooked exactly they way we had requested.

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 20 July 2020 via mobile

Staff was friendly and hardworking. Food was very good and inexpensive. We’ll keep this place on our list!

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 7 July 2020 via mobile

My family and I stopped in for a to go order since we had someone at the hotel with the dogs. My mom and I even had a boozy milkshake while we waited, which were tasty. Staff was friendly and the restaurant was cute with...60's decor. When they called our order ready I noticed only 4 boxes and we ordered 5 meals. I asked about it and right away the lady figured it had to have been a chicken strip meal missing since we ordered 2. I was told sorry and that it would be another 6 minutes to cook. Meanwhile I had 4 meals cooling off and my hubby's shake melting. I did ask for the shake to be placed in the freezer until the food was ready which they happily did for me. Luckily our hotel was just around the corner and food didn't end up soggy from the wait. Food was good, staff was friendly, I hope to be able to go back to try and eat in next time.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 6 July 2020 via mobile

The 60’s Cafe & Diner is a nice place to stop for a hardy lunch or dinner. It feels right out of the 1960’s. The shakes are hand made (try the blackberry-it is their specialty) and the burgers and fries are fantastic.

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 28 June 2020

The waiter seems so nice and it just stands out because she actually seems like she cares, and the food is great it's very welcoming

Date of visit: June 2020
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