No matter your age, it’s always fun to step back to the 1950s, the era of diners with soda fountains and juke boxes that played your favorite rock-and-roll songs. Bristol 45 Diner in Bristol, Wisconsin, lets you do exactly that. We stopped in for breakfast during our July trip to the Kenosha area and were impressed with both the fun ‘50s atmosphere and the delicious food we were served.
Everyone knows the way to find a good place to eat at a reasonable price is to ask a local. One of the breakfast hot spots that Kenosha locals will direct you to is The Coffee Pot.
The diner is tiny and cramped, the staff is sassy, and they serve Garbage. But during peak times, the line of people waiting to eat at Frank’s Diner extends out the door of this downtown Kenosha eatery. What makes it so attractive? The ambiance of the historic diner car, the sassiness of the staff and the popular delicious and plentiful breakfast specialty they call Franks Garbage Plate.