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Gunther Toody s is a well-lit, upbeat restaurant that reflects the 1950s era in American history. Named after the character of Joe Ross who played alongside Fred Gwynne in the movie, Car 54, Where are You, the restaurant features a range of corvettes that decorates its interior with bumpers and grills. The restaurant s breakfast menu includes sunflower multigrain bagels, sausage biscuits, hash browns and chicken burritos. Its menu features appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, fish, omelets, pancakes, waffles, steaks and pasta, as well as a variety of egg and crepe dishes. The restaurant s children s menu offers bear-shaped pancakes, chicken nuggets and pizza wheels. It maintains more than five locations in Colorado, including Arvada.
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Cornerstone Plz
Olde Town Arvada Area
Take Out Restaurants, American Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: American, Take Out

Price Range : Below Average


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Provided by Citysearch - 

My boyfriend's family invited me to go with them for diner and I agreed. I had only been there once when I was kind. And when you're a kid, EVERYTHING is awesome.
We were seated by a friendly, outgoing waitress which was real nice which I feel a little guilty for writing this review.
We ordered and when we received our food, 3/7 people had problems with our food. Chicken was raw, mac'n'cheese tasted like it was reheated from leftovers, toothpicks were fried INSIDE of my monte cristo. The waitress of course exchanged meals to accomidate.
Now that I'm an adult, I don't think I'll be returning here.



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Fun atmosphere

This is a fun 50's style restaurant. Most of the food is pretty good. Our favorite to get is to change our french fries to one of thier specialty fries. They have chili fries, Elvis fries (gravy and cheese), and cheese fries. All are very good. They have good burgers and sandwiches. They serve breakfast, but they stop earlier than they should, and they are pretty adamant about it. They also have pretty good ""home-cookin"" type foods such as meatloaf and potroast. They do not like to do substitions very much. They have salads but they leave much to be desired. So not the place to go if your watching your weight. The service is usually pretty good, but sometimes when it is busy they seem pretty over worked. If you go on your birthday, be prepared to be embarrased. It is fun to do to someone else though.



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Gunthers the bomb

the food was great, seating was immediate, and our server Garrett Brewer was exceptional. I recommend that anyone looking for a good atmosphere and good food, check out Gunther Toodys



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Gunther Toody's Blew It

I checked out Gunther Toody's for the first time today. They treated us to a free sample of fries (Elvis Fries, Chili Fries, and Cheese Fries) of which the Chili Fries were the tastiest. On the downside, they tried to serve me a chili burger instead of the patty melt I actually ordered, the Patty Melt was terrible, and the waitress had to recalculate our ticket three times. I don't plan on returning.



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The Best Place in Town!!

I LOVE this place!! The service is fantastic and it's just an overall fun place to go, no matter what time of day. I recommend Gunther Toodys over any other burger place in metro Denver.

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