Bearden’s Celebrates 69 Years!

Owner Jim Griffiths, Rocky River Mayor Pam Bobst and Doug Walters helped kick off the event by cutting some cake.

Owner Jim Griffiths, Rocky River Mayor Pam Bobst and Doug Walters helped kick off the event by cutting some cake.

Bearden’s Restaurant celebrated their 69th anniversary on Jan. 18. Bearden’s has been serving up famous steakburgers, hand cut onion rings and milkshakes since 1948. 69-Cent steakburgers were featured all day! Bearden’s Restaurant has been an iconic destination on beautiful Route 6 (Lake Road) since 1934 when it began serving mouthwatering food originally as Jacksons Limited. In 1948, the name changed to Bearden’s and was a hugely popular drive-in. Cars came from miles around to get a taste of the Steakburger, voted Best in Cleveland. “Congrats Beardens! My family has been going there for a couple generations. Great job Jim Griffiths for keeping the tradition alive! Get a Burger, Onion Rings, and a Shake!” writes a long time customer. Keeping the original charm, Bearden’s has been restored with a cool vibe while keeping all the classics fans love including the choo choo train rolling around the track, the famous Peanut Burger, and a FREE rockin’ jukebox. “We brought my 92 year old mom in for lunch in December because it was the first anniversary of the day we lost my dad. They used to go to Bearden’s on dates. Wonderful place!! Great memories!” Congratulations Bearden’s and here’s to many more years to come!

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