Updated Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Author: Sincere Macejkovic
If this is your first trip to Burbank, then you might be a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of eateries that are available. There are a lot of things to consider when you are planning your vacation dining experiences, too. For one thing, you don’t want to spend most of your vacation budget in the restaurants, even if you belong to a whole family of foodies.
The good news is that you don’t have to settle for fast food to get an inexpensive meal. There is a wide selection of reasonably priced restaurants, including Bob’s Big Boy. This burger joint was started nearby and has managed to become one of the most beloved names in hamburger history. The atmosphere is fun and family friendly, the food is exactly what you’re looking for, and the prices are just right.
If you would like to have a great meal out with the family, you can consider one of the mid-priced restaurants. There are the usual chain restaurants, including the Olive Garden, or you can enjoy a locally owned spot, such as the Hill Street Café. The restaurant offers your favorites, with twists that you won’t see coming. The flavors are divine, and you’ll leave with most of your wallet still intact.
Finally, no trip to Burbank is complete without a trip to Castaway. The restaurant has earned its nickname as “the jewel on the hill,” but the view is even prettier from the inside. Castaway sits high on a hill, overlooking the whole of Burbank, and serves up some beautifully inventive dishes. Since it has been around for over forty years, you have to imagine that they’re doing something right. It’s pricier than some of the other local options, but if you get a chance to really go out and do dinner the right way, there is nowhere better than Castaway.