Built in the 60s the sign in front promotes air-conditioned. Which was a big deal in 1963. Functioning to Fox and waitresses and Busy Bee red uniforms and terrific food makes this a great place for breakfast
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My husband loves diners, so this was right up his alley. We ate lunch here with our daughter-in-law and two young grandchildren. We had things like burgers and meatloaf, typical diner fare. Large portions! They even have a juke box you can operate from your...More
This ‘50s dinner rocks. The ambiance is great and authentic. From the booths with the jukebox stations to the food, the place takes you back to a time when life was slower, simpler and the food was filling. The servers were very attentive and polite...More
We discovered Ventura on our way to LA 6yrs ago and fell in love with Busy Bee. We returned 2yrs ago and this year and still incredible happy with both service and food. I must say I've only eaten the Pastrami Reuben here and I...More
I came across Busy Bee Cafe here on Trip Advisor and it did not disappoint. The food and service was not stellar but the ambience made the meal. It was fun to listen to the 50's music and feel like you were actually in a...More
This place serves reliable, decent diner/comfort food. It's the perfect after-the-bar place to grab a bite to eat before heading home. Service is good. Nothing to write home about but the food does the trick.
We had breakfast here on a Sunday morning. The blueberry pancakes were very tasty. Also very good was the spinach mushroom cheese omelette. Our waitress was quite attentive. The diner itself is very pleasant. One caveat is that it was very hot and the air...More