Last month we were invited to check out the newly redesigned Johnny Rockets restaurant in Georgetown! After recently celebrating their 30th anniversary of their first diner in LA, Johnny Rockets decided to rebrand their very well known 1950’s themed diner for a much more modern look. We didn’t know what to expect of all the changes but as soon as we stepped in the restaurant, we fell in love with the space. We also love their new red and white logo, very chic if you ask us! 😉
What: Johnny Rockets
Location: 3131 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Style: A modern, contemporary setting with technology upgrades to match.
Atmosphere: The redesigned restaurant features brick veneer, warm gray tones and splashes of red and black. You can also find high top tables, counter seating, and industrial style lighting. There are uplifting quotes on the walls such as “laughter is the brightest where food is the best” and ” stay original”.
What We Loved: We love their new open kitchen! You can now watch your food being prepared right in front of you. The burgers are nice and juicy and let’s not forget the basket of fries and onion rings served with ranch dressing. And we loved the fact the cook time was quick. When we ordered our burgers, it was literally at my fingertips in less than five minutes. Amazing we must say!!!! The Oreo Shake was everything and more, especially on a hot summer day. It was sweet, creamy, and delicious. The flavor was, unsurprisingly, not too complex – just straightforward flavors we are all familiar with. Vanilla ice cream blended with oreo cookies. Needless to say, a great way to end my meal.
SCDC Tip: With a new concept comes a new menu! Johnny Rockets will be rolling out new flavors of burgers and sandwiches every two months. That’s right, six times a year, customers can try six different limited edition menus (in addition to their standard lineup). The rotating menu of three new sandwiches will always have a new chicken sandwich among them as well. Visit the new Johnny Rockets with your family or friends after a long day of shopping around Georgetown.