Take time at this authentic, restored 1950s diner.
This is truly an authentic diner from the 1950s era. It was restored to its former glory in 1987. The original building was built from scraps from the Union Pacific Rail yard, which was located next door in years past. The restorative owners used to work at Knott’s Berry Farm and in the Hollywood film industry and accumulated a large collection of tv/movie keepsakes. These keepsakes have been put on display inside the diner. There are three sections to the diner: the diner “floor,” including the main booths and table, a five and dime store featuring a bar and ice cream treats, and the pizza parlor.
Anyone who loves great service at a dine-in restaurant will enjoy their time at Peggy Sue's. This is where you can expect a hot and fresh meal any day of the week.