Burger King 6021 Central Ave, El Cerrito, CA94530 This local Burger King has a large parking lot and dining area. It is convenient to both the 580 and 80 freeways, with a…More drive-thru that's open until midnight daily. This is a popular mecca for the senior citizens of El Cerrito. The dining area is surrounded by large paned-glass windows so you can people-watch while you eat. The specialty here is a big broiled hamburger with fries and a shake. There are also several healthier choices available on the menu, like baked apple fries and grilled chicken salads.
Jack in the Box 10409 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA94530 Jack in the Box is a fast food franchise which specializes in American cuisine. The menu features breakfast, lunch and…More dinner options. Customer favorites include the Sourdough Jack Burger, Bacon Western Cheeseburger, curly fries and ice cream shakes. This location has a drive-through window.
Raphael's Shutter Cafe 10064 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA94530 Raphael's Shutter Cafe specializes in homestyle cuisine. Menu offerings include pancakes, eggs, salmon omelettes, French…More toast, burgers, grilled sandwiches, BLTs and a full espresso bar. It is located next to the Rialto Theatre and hosts Raphael's After Dark on Fridays from 9pm - 11pm; have a glass of wine and listen to live jazz music!
The Red Onion 11900 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA94530 The Red Onion is one of the most popular hamburger joints in El Cerrito. It opened its doors almost 40 years ago in…More 1971. The place is a tiny mom and pop restaurant with a couple of two-people tables and countertop seating that surrounds the small kitchen area. You can watch your food being cooked while you wait. Cheeseburgers, fries and shakes are the specialties. The restaurant is decorated with vintage coca-cola wallpaper and 50's memorabilia. You can find El Cerrito locals staked out at the counter on any day of the week reading the paper and watching the world go by over a burger and a basket of fries.
Nibs 10841 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA94530 Nibs is always packed with people. It was opened in 1949 by a man named Clyde. It used to be called Nibbers. Back then…More it was a simple menu, just hamburgers with carrots and a pickle, no fries. Hannah, the new owner, professes that the homemade pies back then were simply amazing. Nibs was acquired in 2000 by Hannah and her husband, Alex, a friendly and accommodating couple who can be found serving the many regulars who frequent Nibs. You will often find El Cerrito City Hall employees and members of the police force in here having a burger from the now-more-extensive menu. Breakfast is popular here. You can order a special with thick-sliced French toast, eggs and bacon for around $7.00 any time of day. There are also many different takes on the hamburger, still made with the special sauce from the original Nibbers. On the mantel behind the counter are hundreds of origami-folded dollar bills. A regular named Richard has been coming to Nibs for many years now, three times a week. Every time he comes in he gives a new origami shape to the owners to place on the mantle and walls.