Why You’ll Want To Visit The Last Living Luncheonette Of Its Kind

If you’ve ever watched a television show or movie that shows bygone days of small-town America, you’ve most certainly seen the cafe bar counter scenes where locals frequent for their morning coffee or teens for their after-school milkshakes. Maybe you’ve even at one time cozied up to a cafe bar counter to nurse a cup of coffee or quick order something to go. Sadly, those places are all but gone. But one luncheonette still thrives today, hiding in Bakersfield, California, and why you’ll want to visit the last of its kind:

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