After visiting Frisch’s Big Boy a few times, I was saddened and excited to hear about a historical museum.
Why saddened? I just missed visiting it which means I need to plan another road trip to drop in for a visit.
FRISCH’S BIG BOY RESTAURANT
I grew up eating at Bob’s Big Boy out of Glendale, California.
Whenever my family would visit my grandmother and aunt, it was a must stop.
The last time I ate there in the late 1990s, I was sorely disappointed.
The real problem is that the nostalgia for such a place can sometimes overwhelm that.
In 2011 my wife and I made a stop at a Big Boy in Sanford which left a lot to be desired.
A few years back, I visited a Frisch’s Big Boy in Lexington, Kentucky.
Then a few days later on the same trip I ate at another in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This time everything was as I had hoped for, excellent.
Oh, and I know you’re thinking about the tartar sauce on the Super Big Boy.
I’m ecstatic to say it worked when I was 100% sure it wouldn’t!
FRISCH’S BIG BOY MUSEUM
I own a bunch of Big Boy memorabilia that makes up part of my Burger Museum collection.
It excites me at the possibility to see the obscure artifacts at Frisch’s Big Boy Museum.
Read below to see the full press release about the Big Boy Museum opening.
Big Boy is getting a museum in Ohio The Cincinnati-based Frisch's Big Boy double-decker burger restaurant chain on Wednesday will unveil the museum to a gathering of employees and retirees at the chain's original Mainliner restaurant. The Mainliner opened in 1939 in Fairfax, just east of Cincinnati. The museum named "A Tale of Frisch's Big Boy" will be free for patrons of the restaurant to visit. It's scheduled to open Friday to the public. Frisch's is urging patrons to loan their Big Boy memorabilia for short-term displays. Atlanta-based private equity firm NRD Capital bought the chain from its family ownership in 2015. Long an iconic Cincinnati brand, Frisch's has the Big Boy trademark in the region and there are a total of 121 restaurants in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.