Walker's Drive-In


One of Jackson's most beloved restaurants. This is the waiting area, believe me it can get full!

Here's a link to their website. Their menu is quite varied, but focuses mainly on fish dishes.

15 comments:

Olivier said...

si il est si bon que ça, je comprends la queue. c'est quoi comme type de restaurant ? classique ? bbq ?

Cezar and Léia said...

I love those glass as detail, this restaurant looks very cozy and elegant!
Léia

EG Wow said...

News of great food gets around! The best advertising is "word of mouth.":)

Kate said...

Well, if it's often full, the food must be very good. What cuisine?

Randy said...

I would think comfort food and burgers by the look of the decor. Could be wrong.

Jacob said...

This is a "drive-in"?

Funny how "beloved restaurants" are always crowded. Must be the good food and ambiance!

Funny, too, how some restaurants never make it. In some cases, I think it's the location. We have some areas where a number of different restaurants have opened up only to soon close down.

Halcyon said...

Walker's was an old drive-in back in the 1950s, but it has been converted to a rather elegant sit-down restaurant. I think the owners just kept the name b/c of the recognition.

They have all kinds of food, from steak to mixed salads. They specialize in fish dishes though. It's pretty good eating!

Lois said...

Nice decor! I like those bar stools.

VP said...

It's a pity I don't like much fish (a shame living by the sea), but I like the place and I am sure I will find something good to eat...

cieldequimper said...

J'adore !

M.K. said...

Walker's!! I've been there many times. Woodland Hills used to be almost seedy, but Walker's was still a place of class -- small, long wait, BYOB, and so much fun. I've sat on those stools in black heels a few times :)

ρομπερτ said...

How alluring a sight, being able to 'arrive' after a long days work.

Please have a good Friday you all.

daily athens

Jack said...

It looks like a very comfortable, non-snotty place.

JM said...

Cool atmosphere.

Small City Scenes said...

It seems every town has that one great place we all remember. MB