|This entry refers to a departed business — a business that has closed or left town. Information here is mostly for historical reference.|
|429 Front Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060-4503|
|George Ow and Larry Chew (original owners)|
This was a 1950's retro style themed diner complete with a juke box that played oldies' music. The diner was named the Pontiac Grill because the location was a former Pontiac automobile dealership.The original concept was modeled after the Fog City Diner in San Francisco, emphasizing gourmet "diner food" including homemade ketchup, fresh cut fries, premium ice cream shakes and malts. It also featured a top notch selection of California micro brews and wines.
2010-07-31 20:53:34 i miss this place i had fond memories of this place as a kid, all the rich people have pushed all the working class out of this town and it has turned into a snob city, i will remember the good old days —188.8.131.52